Almost a year ago we began renovations on our guest bathroom and finally the project is complete. I’m excited to share this room with you and also excited to host overnight guests.
Our guest bathroom had been updated by the previous owner in the 1980’s with new wall tile and a new vinyl floor. Both were in good condition, but we wanted a different look, so we gutted the room and started over.
The wall mount sink was a space saver but offered no storage. The toilet work very well but was replaced with a more modern one.
The tile was in almost new condition but wasn’t the style we prefer.
We live in a 1950’s Cape Cod and the guest bathroom is located at the top of the steps on the second floor. This is what you see when you get to the top of the steps.
Come on in to see our updates.
We love the subway tile and old fashioned style floor that we selected. A larger sink with a vanity makes getting ready in this room much easier and the vanity offers much needed storage. The toilet is water saving and also powerful.
A towel bar and a hook are on the back of the door.
The shower got a new showerhead and a new faucet.
A towel bar in the shower offers a handy spot for hanging wash clothes.
A curved shower curtain rod makes this shower feel more spacious.
Mr. SP did the majority of the work on this project. My contributions were sewing the shower curtain and making the curtain and shade for the window.
If you’d like to read about our renovation from the beginning, here are the links where our progress was shared:
This bathroom renovation was our biggest interior project for 2012. We are so pleased with the outcome!
Floor Tile – Merola Metro Hex – Home Depot
Wall Tile – Lowes
Cadet 3 Toilet – Lowes
Tub and Shower Faucet and Showerhead – Moen – Lowes
Shower Curtain Rod and Toilet Paper Holder – Lowes
Curtain Pattern: Pate Meadows
Sink Faucet: Rohl