The bathroom remodel is aaaalmost done, but we are so happy with how it turned out. Anthony and his dad did most of the work in August, but we finally finished some of the last details recently. I painted the walls, ceiling and trim, thankyouverymuch. Eventually, we'd like to install some rough hewn shelves, but for now we just have a generic shelving unit in place to put all our stuff.
Anthony tiled the tub surround up to the ceiling.
We had the tub refinished and it actually comes clean now!
We installed four corner shelves in the tub instead of hanging a shelf from the shower head.
We found an antique sink at the Habitat ReStore which Anthony and his Dad built a cabinet for. We ordered the glass shelf, hand towel holder and tp holder from Pottery Barn. I found the train rack on Amazon to replace our over-the-door towel hook. We used black hexagon tile for the floor and white hexagon tile on the wall floor to ceiling behind the sink.
The mirror was taken from my parents basement storage room. My mom had purchased it at an auction 15 years ago and never put it up in the house. A few coats of spray paint and it was good as new. The lights are left over from my last rental where I hated the sconces and swapped them out for these.
It's such a pleasure using the bathroom now! I still want to make a new roman shade for the window - but first I need to get a new pedal for my sewing machine.
No more plastic tile on the wall. No more linoleum on the floor. No more crappy tub surround. No more tiny vanity. And the outlets are not tied to the light switch anymore! Here is how it looked when we first moved in:
Getting ready for demolition!