A small bathroom gets a refreshing makeover and some extra room to breathe.
Before, the tiny bathroom was crowded with dark, inefficient furniture; a vanity that had little storage and a unit over the toilet that was too narrow. The sink was tiny too! All of this together made the space feel smaller and claustrophobic.
The vanity was swapped out for an airy open-style base with a shelf and a larger sink. The unit over the toilet was replaced with a custom wall mounted cabinet that goes all the way up to the ceiling and is deep enough for bath towels and other bathroom paraphernalia. A barn wood shelf was mounted over the toilet for decorative items and a convenient extra surface.
Before: The bathtub was curvy and bulky on the outside and small on the inside. Only the shower area was tiled.
After: The new bathtub is sleek, low profile and extra large on the inside, and the original sliding glass doors are back in place. The beige tiles were changed for sparkling white subway tiles that cover all the walls and concrete-look 24″ tiles on the floor. All the moldings and baseboards were removed, joints are finished with clean, simple caulking.
The farmhouse-chic look was completed with carefully selected accessories and touches.