We’re still putzing along with our little bathroom renovation, moving at the speed of almost-frozen molasses. For this post, I’m going to take you back in time (November) to where we installed the tile flooring, which has surprisingly been the easiest part of this whole adventure thus far (but certainly not without it’s own set of issues).
Above the toilet was a large oak cabinet that was removed and I am still searching for the perfect shelves. The mirror ($29.96) replaced an oak medicine cabinet that too was removed. We updated a rectangular box light with this lovely nickel light ($64.97 similar found here ) and the one piece sink/counter combo was updated with quartz and a white porcelain sink ($135.20). The wall color is Opaline by Sherwin Williams (SW 6189 $60).
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It had been a lot of work, but, with the addition of a new pedestal sink and low profile, double flush toilet, we were finally ready to start creating useable storage in our now spacious-looking bathroom. It is truly amazing how much bigger it appears without a cupboard overhanging the now sparkling tub, and an over-large vanity crowded against it.