Here’s the first room in my home tour. It may seem weird to start with a bathroom, but it’s probably my favorite room (design-wise) in my house right now. It’s still not 100% finished, but then again, it probably never will be. I’m always changing, adding or removing things in my rooms. It drives my husband crazy.
The main thing that I still need to do in this bathroom is get a new sink. I want a vintage style that hangs on the wall, but haven’t found the perfect one yet. Well, I have, but it’s $2000. Let’s just say that’s not in our budget. So, I’ll hang on to my shimmery blue sink until I can find the perfect one. I’ve learned to be patient & not just go with the first thing I see or I end up needing to change it later anyway.
I know, it’s weird to put a picture of just my toilet up here, right? But, everyone flips out when they see this thing for the first time. I mean, how many houses do you know of that have a pull-chain toilet? Exactly. The chevron curtains are from Urban Outfitters. And yes, I know that chevron is overdone & no, I don’t careI actually wanted just plain striped curtains, but those are pretty much impossible to find, for some reason. I’ve seen where people have painted their own, but let’s be honest, I have zero time to do a project of that caliber. So, chevron it is!
I think the reason that this bathroom is my favorite is the yellow tub. I’ve wanted a painted tub for forever & finally decided on yellow. It’s amazing how much it changes the room. I also love my camera art that I bought on Fab. I find so much great artwork there. Probably too much, but I digress.
A quick shot of all of Jack & Finn’s cute hooded towels. Fun, right?
Here’s what the bathroom looked like when we toured the home.
And here’s the same shot now. Just a little different.
If you’d like to see all of the before and afters along with some demo pictures, click through the slideshow gallery below. There are also a few shots of what the room looked like the first time I re-did it. I hated the shade of green I picked out as soon as we were done painting, but never had the energy to repaint. Obviously I was never inspired to decorate it either.