Clarence has been plugging away at remodeling our bathroom for a while now and it is finally pretty much done. We still need trim around the door but that has to wait for spring, because I'm the painter around here and I don't want to stain and polyurethane the trim until I can do it outside. I'm not sure why it didn't occur to me to get it done before the weather turned cold...
This is our rotating shower curtain rod. You know those curved rods they have in many hotel rooms? This is like that, except that it rotates into the tub when not in use, so the room isn't dwarfed by the shower curtain sticking out into the room. With our narrow room, this is important to us.
Our Ikea cabinets, sink and faucet. I don't completely love the sink/faucet combo, but only because it's impossible to wash your hands without water splashing out of the sink. Otherwise, it's fantastic as we get a full top drawer under the sink, not a partial one with a cut-out for the plumbing.
This is the light fixture that I probably paid too much for, especially when Clarence had to build that box out from the wall in order to mount it. But, it's really pretty in person and he is so good to me to figure out a way to make it work.
After changing our fixtures from chrome, we switched out the ugly, old, brown register for this brushed stainless one. I think it's kind of funky and fun.
Another big change is the wall-mount toilet. I loved the idea of being able to mop around and under more easily and we like the insulated tank in the wall-no more condensation puddles under the toilet in the summer!
I pinned a woven-top curtain on Pinterest a while back, planning to use the idea for the bathroom curtain. I spent an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out the best way to accomplish the look I wanted and finally had to overcome my fear of doing it wrong in order to just.do.it.already. I'm happy with the final outcome and, like many things I procrastinate about due to fear of failure, it wasn't as hard as I thought it would be.
I don't think our paint color is quite accurate in any of these pictures-it's blue with a touch of green in it. It's a color I chose at Home Depot, in an attempt to match one of the stripes in the shower curtain.
We never had a vent fan in our old bathroom. I hated having to clean the mildew off the ceiling above the shower, so I'm thrilled to have a (nice and quiet) fan now. I also love the timer Clarence put it on, so no fears of all our heat being sucked outside because someone forgot to turn the fan off. Another impulse purchase was a ground-fault outlet with an automatic night light. We always had a night light plugged in anyhow, so this eliminates the need for that.
Clarence put a lot of work into this project and I am so happy with the outcome. Thanks for taking a look!
(Many specific products are on my "Bathroom Ideas" Pinterest board if you want to find links to any of these items.)