|Since I never specifically took pics of our bathroom you'll get to take a |
little walk down memory lane...here you can see the wooden walls and the tri-fold vanity.
|The hideous laminate counter-top which would actually|
get stained with blue toothpaste that the kids left on it.
|Vinyl flooring that "looks" like tile.|
Yeah you aren't fooling anyone!
|Plastic tub with matching plastic walls.|
Oh I bet you're jealous now!
|You can't see it but the bathtub floor was permanently stained or discolored or something.|
It always looked dirty even after cleaning it.
|Ta da! |
Our house if over 115 years old and has a craftsman/cottage look, so we tried to have the bathroom match that style. We picked a traditional octagonal floor tile. We also painted
the ceiling gray to balance out the white walls.
|Phil built this mirror from salvaged old barn wood,|
I really love it and think it adds character and color.
|A salvaged wood shelf with one of Phil's paintings |
and some antiques we've collected over the years.
As Phil will attest, this was one of the most challenging parts of this remodel.
But he just had to have his challenge, haha!
|Everyone always loves the boys matching robes : )|
|Matching school house lights |
(Very affordable from Wayfair, we shopped around).
|Last week mama Elda came to visit! |
The boys were so excited for her arrival : )
|E & T with mama E|
|P & C|
|Farewell Ikea breakfast (it's conveniently right next to the airport), it went too fast!|