This post is a long time coming! And if any of you happened to visit our house tour page, you may have already gotten a sneak peek! Our half bath is a tiny little room at the back of our house off the mudroom and next to the kitchen. It was our only functioning toilet and sink during our renovation, which means it was absolutely disgusting towards the end there! But now…
Fresh as a daisy! We replaced the old wallpaper and chair rail with white wainscoting and that same beautiful navy blue paint we used for the back of the built ins. I removed that faux stained glass from the windows a long time ago but now in our new sleek bath, you can really see the impact. A tiny toilet topper was replaced with floating shelves to open up this super small room.
And most importantly, we saved space by shifting the placement of the sink and replacing both the sink and the toilet with sleeker versions. The toilet before was wide with a scalloped cover. We switched it out for the same toilet we used up in the master bath. And a pedestal sink makes much more sense in such a small space. A rustic light fixture and a round mirror finish off the space.
Remember my inspiration photo from way back when?
Not too shabby!