Bathroom #1: Sneak Peek

First off, thank you to everyone who left such sweet comments on yesterday’s post. I cherished every single one. You make me feel all warm & fuzzy. Which, funnily enough, is exactly how I feel about this bathroom I renovated.

After so long away, I’m not even sure where to begin with this… super long story cut short – August 2011 I decided to get a roommate. I’m renting out the garden apartment but I have a spare bedroom that was already (mostly) renovated and figured it would be a smart move financially.

I haven’t had a roommate in a very.very.long time… Lets just say it was a really great learning experience with significant upside potential for next time. Suffice it to say, I learned a lot and it was because of this roommate the bathroom got done. Both good things.

I need to do some more organizing & photo taking before I do a full reveal but hopefully I’ll get up for you next week. In the meantime, here’s a little peek.

So 3 years ago, before we closed on the property, the bathroom looked like this –
2nd floor bath

Now it’s more like this –
Bathroom 1: sneak peek

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8 Responses to Bathroom #1: Sneak Peek

  1. Cher Vick says:

    Sorry to hear that. But looking forward to seeing your new projects!

  2. wow. Really looking forward to the reveal.

  3. KMLiving says:

    Love those gold claw feet….

  4. Oh hell no, you have to show more than that! Gah, that tile is beautiful!

  5. Leah says:

    you can’t just show us that and nothing else…!! 😉

  6. livingin40 says:

    Looking forward to the reveal! What I can see looks great!

  7. I want want to curl up inside that bathtub and live there forever.

  8. Joy Malinowski says:

    Bathroom is beautiful. Wanted to tell you acetone (nail polish remover) will remove dry water base paint if you ever have another spill. I use it to clean up the inevitable drips that happen during my painting projects. Try to test it somewhere hidden first as it will remove dye too.

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