Our Guest Bathroom is finally finished!!
It was the last remaining room of the house that we hadn’t renovated. We had always planned on someday renovating it, but as our families live in Europe and always stay for a few weeks, a second bathroom was not just a dream, but also a necessity!!!
Before, this was just an empty room with a staircase leading to the attic. Not big enough to be converted into a bedroom, but big enough for our new bathrooms plans!
Let me guide you through our brand new bathroom!
As the cabinets had already a lot of texture, white sinks were the right choice. Their round shape balances with the rectangular cabinets
With its geometric, textured cabinet fronts and smooth lacquer finish, the retro-inspired bookcase makes quite the impression. This freestanding bookcase features three fixed shelves for endless shelfie potential, two roomy compartments keep odds-and-ends out of sight but easily within reach.
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This brass flush mount light is inspired by vintage light fixtures. It’s trendy, good-quality and can be mounted on ceiling or wall. The round shape provides a refined industrial glow to accompany our mid century modern bathroom.
The exposed vintage filament light bulbs works great as an accent or mood light. It completely enhances the fixture.
At only $49.95 each, they are a steal for the price!!
It fits our design aesthetic perfectly and looks great with our asymmetrical mirror.
We installed a step-in shower with a linear shower drain. We went for a tile-in option, installing the flat drain right into the tiles of the shower floor to avoid visual interruptions between the floor and the drain. This way, we have a sleeker and more streamlined look.
We have a rug that sits outside the shower (I moved it for the pictures) that catches any extra splash.
Linear drains do more than look cool and are far beyond an embellishment but an improvement. This essential part of the plumbing system is an architectural focal point not just for drainage but to enhance the complete aesthetic of the space.
We wanted a shower bench to make our showering experience easier and more enjoyable! We have more space, we can sit and store soap, shampoo bottles and other miscellaneous shower items.
We chose this 12×24 ceramic tile not only because its size is perfect for our shower bench, but also because its clean design works perfectly with the floor tiles we had already purchased.
The Before / After
For this bathroom renovation, the tricky part was the timing. I ordered EVERYTHING online: toilet, faucets, tile, sinks… A bit of a gamble, not seeing any of these major fixtures in person. But I measured twice and hoped that the items would all work together!
Ordering everything online ended up working out just fine and I absolutely love every single item. The CB2 sconces and the asymmetrical mirrors look like they were made for the space.
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Thanks for reading!
It’s been really exiting to design a guest bathroom that we truly love ! To pick out ever single detail and make all elements work together. So, what do you think? I hope you love the transformation as much as we do!
Thanks everyone for reading along about my guest bathroom renovation. I loved sharing it with you! If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section. Be sure to find me on Facebook & Instagram.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!