The new laundry room is finally fully functioning (Thank God!) and the best part is that we can close that door to separate it from the kitchen. We replaced what used to be the exterior door there with an interior door that has frosted glass so the light still shines through from the new addition.The bedroom isn’t looking much different from last time but the floors are finished (Minwax Ebony is the color). Painting, trim, and lighting is about all that’s left here. The bathroom isn’t quite as far along but I can see my vision coming together (if you squint and move your head side to side real fast). I look forward to the day I can shower in there instead of this mauve 2 x 2 foot box. I used the same basic subway tiles as we did in the cabin but mixed it up with a different pattern and I am digging how its turning out. We put a white hex on the floor (still to be grouted) and plan on putting a marble top on the short wall of the shower base. We got the vintage credenza up on the wall! Even without the drawers in place and completely covered in dust it still makes me happy. We are going to put a marble countertop on this as well (we are using every last bit of the two marble slabs we bought for the kitchen).
Thanks for coming along on this reno ride with me, phew…I’m tired. zzz
Alto Pendant Lamps by Cedar & Moss // Cabinet Doors & Drawer fronts by SemiHandmade // Cabinet Hardware by Lewis Dolwin // Stools by Organic Modernism // Cabinet paint colors: Pigeon & Wimborne White by Farrow & Ball // Floor Stain Color is Ebony by Minwax // Faucet by Brizo // Subway Tile by Daltile // White Hex Mosaic Floor Tile by Merola // Vintage Credenza from West Coast Modern
To see all of the renovation process check here.
To see before photos check here.