I can't believe I haven't show you pictures of our finished master bathroom! Thanks for your patience.
Of course you've read about the room's shower, bathtub, and accessories. When it came time to take of photo the complete room, though, it was hard to get a decent shot without glare from the windows (or reflections from the lights). I tried on multiple days, but in the end I decided to go with the best of what I had.
Here's a view from the doorway. Shower and toilet on the left, tub straight ahead, and vanity on the right. Still looking for a few more accessories, but they'll come when they come.
A better view of the sink side, showing the mirrors and light fixtures (and cat bowls). The vanity is higher than the old one, and has way more storage. The vanity is made from cultured marble with integrated sinks, but the contrasting color of the bowls makes them look like they're separate. One of the two old sinks was cracked; we were told that was caused by hot water usage (i.e., what Hubby Tony does every morning when he shaves). The new one should last for as long as we're in the house.
Five years ago today: It Can't Hurt
At least you have room to swing your camera. I couldn't do that in my six by eight!
That's about the size of our master bath, too, Joanne.Delete
I think the master bathroom is the room that's changed the most over the years Our previous house was about the same age as yours, and had a similar-sized master bath.Delete
It looks beautiful Kathy, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
You're welcome :-)Delete
It looks all fresh and new! Yay! How wonderful!ReplyDelete
Here's to new rooms!Delete
The new vanity looks very nice in that you have lots of drawer space. I have figured out, in reading others' comments about their bathrooms and kitchens, that deep cabinets are not well liked as we get older and it's more difficult to bend and squat to get items from those cabinets. This looks to be a good alternative.ReplyDelete
Our old vanity had a cabinet under each sink, two shallow drawers in the middle, with room for a vanity chair underneath them. I'm not a vanity chair type of girl, so that was space was just a dust catcher for us. Right now the lower center drawers are still empty, but I don't think it will take long until they're filled.Delete
Beautiful! I love the dark cabinets with the light colored counter.ReplyDelete
Thanks. They do make a nice contrast, don't they?Delete
Beautiful! Wish I could afford to do a bit of remodeling. I love my house, but sometimes I think it would be nice to have a little change.ReplyDelete
For years I've changed things out cheaply...new towels, new window coverings, and new accessories. This is the first time we've done anything substantial (and more than likely the last).Delete
The upside of catching up on blogs is that you get to search for the update on stories. It's beautiful Kathy. I know you are so glad to have your bathroom back completely.ReplyDelete
Thanks. Yes, it's good to have everything in place again.Delete