Although some may have seen some updates on my Instagram last night, I thought it was time for some decent photographs of the process of the washroom. 🙂 Above was one of my biggest concerns, the bump out. As you may recall we chose to take up unused hallway space and give it to the washroom – I was terrified it was going to make the hallway seem small, but after it was done, it’s not even noticeable. Surprisingly, it feels like it should have been like this all along. We still have to add back trim and I have to do some painting – but you get the idea of how this looks. On the opposite side of the wall this made room for a nook for the new vanity (not yet installed)Although in the hallway it doesn’t feel (or look like) much space was given to the washroom – While you stand you in the washroom it feels quite the opposite – You realize that a lot of room was taken from the hall. In this nook our vanity will fit – giving us more floor space. It’s not much – but every inch counts. I’ll explain more about this nook later, when we have more pieces of that puzzle put in place.
Aubrey finished installing the tile and grouted the walls last night. I may have done a jig when I saw it – It was *exactly* as I had hoped it would look. Like a fancy hotel bathroom. It feels clean, clutter free and well – clean.
The bathroom floor has yet to be grouted but will also have white grout lines.
New pot lights. I looooooove pot lights.The bathroom is feeling larger, cleaner and brighter than our old washroom did. I’m really happy with our choices so far. We still have a few steps (as you can see) including me picking a wall colour (likely white) but I thought these pictures may be fun to post. We’re also changing up our toilet. We had installed a new one a few years ago but because of budget got a really inexpensive one. We didn’t love it, it ran all the time, and so we’ve decided to do the same toilet as in the basement, the Kohler’s Memoir that I think is so pretty.
Read more about the tile we picked in this post. / Floor hexagon 2″ tiles