Almost 4 years ago, we moved into our 1965 Colonial. It was well- maintained BUT was in desperate need of a design overhaul. We have been slowly renovating room by room and we finally tackled the kid’s bathroom. This room was screaming: make me pretty! The tile on the floor was deteriorating and the grout was extremely stained. The layout was completely dysfunctional since opening the door had you walking smack dab into a plumbing wall. We also had a window to contend with.
I designed several different layouts before settling on our final plan. But before we get to that, see the BEFORE photos:
You have to LOVE the teal and orange combo!
See the crowbar in this photo? Took these photos right before demo day!
Here is the gorgeous AFTER:
We flipped the tub/shower to the back wall to open up the space and changed out the window to a frosted glass for privacy. We were even lucky enough to have a small amount of space left for a small linen closet. With a new toilet, vanity, tub and lighting, this space is so light and bright. I chose white subway tile for the shower with a cobalt penny tile accent stripe. And the floor OH the floor! You can’t stare at it fore very long or your eyes go crazy, but I love it so freaking much!
This bathroom is such a breath of fresh air after using the old 1960’s bath for so long. It’s clean, crisp and reminds us of the Cape (one of our favorite places!)
If you have a tired bathroom that needs a sprucing don’t hesitate to reach out! Bathrooms are SO fun to design!