For anyone who knows me, or who reads this blog, you know I have been in the midst of almost a total remodel of our condo. Some have asked for pictures, so here we go. I will start with the bath and over the next few weeks attempt to show the rest of the remodel. It was built in 1977, and with the exception of our bathroom and bedroom, it has remained somewhat original. That meant the guest bathroom had a tiny, little, kinda gross, shower. You could barely turn around in it. The toilet area, on the other hand, had a large space next to it with absolutely nothing there. So we switched places. The toilet is now where the shower was, and vice versa. The sink was vintage 1970's with some kind of blue stripes through it's bowl and it sat atop an oak base. The floor was lino. Here is the new bathroom. I wish I had before pictures, but I don't.
The new bath has a wood window, pedestal sink, the small tile is a pretty green with a feeling of "forest floor", and is a natural stone. The large tile is porcelain, with a heating element to keep it warm, and has some white tiles and some tan. The bead board is white and the walls a darker green. I had to have the shower curtain custom made because it needed to be very tall (84"), so I had a shade made to match the apple green toile. Sorry the pics aren't very good. (Especially the crooked one.)