Finished 1930's Hall Bath: Aqua & White
I purchased a home 2 years ago after my divorce. The fixer-upper came with great bones and an awesome main level floor plan...but the hall bathroom was G-R-O-S-S! I can't believe it took me this long to do it.
My 11 year old son and I did the demo ourselves. We hired a plumber and a carpenter to do the rest. I am a KD so had some good people to help me out.
Everything is done now, except I have a crystal door knob on order from Rejuvenation.
Tub/Surround: Kohler Sterling Ensemble Series Tub/Shower "Vikrell"
Beadboad: Nantucket Beadboard (www.beadboard.com)
Vanity: Showplace Wood Products; Concord Cherry Inset with Antique Vintage Distressed finish: Low Sheen.
Top: Silestone Quartz Surfacing "Lagoon". Looks like Carrara White Marble!!! Breeze to wipe clean...and SHINES so nice!
Tile: Florida Tile (Hex) Black and White with Charcoal Grout
Mirror: Antique came with house
Sconce Lights: Minka Lavery Hyllcastle Chrome 18" Wide Bath Bar. Ribbed glass Style # P5672 Lampsplus.com
Chrome Train Rack: Tuesday morning $29.99
This post was edited by kompy on Wed, Mar 13, 13 at 15:33