This sweet little bathroom wasn't very sweet when we started this flip. It was a real eyesore with light blue tile running up half the wall, two mis-matched vanities flanking the toilet and a fibreglass surround shower with glass doors... not the most stylish.
I had to get the best look in the most economical way in this bathroom because it was the last room that was done on the flip. We didn't have much money left or should I say we had NO money left. With that in mind, I reused a vanity & sink, and to save time & money, I chose a black & white hex vinyl flooring from End of the Roll which was perfect in the space.
A big pet peeve of mine is to have the toilet as the focal point in a bathroom. This bathroom was in the middle of the house and was seen from most rooms so moving the toilet was an added expense but needed to be done for the sake of good design. In keeping with the modern farmhouse theme & to keep the rooms cohesive, I went with white subway tile from Home Depot to surround the tub...a look that most buyers (male or female) will like...an inexpensive but classic look and very on trend.
When staging bathrooms I like to keep things crisp & white (bathrooms should feel clean) so bath towels, bath mat & shower curtain are all white. I used the same wall colour in this room as I did throughout the house... Blizzard Fog by Valspar which has a hint of gray in it. Another little trick I do is place French soaps (sometimes they give off a pretty smell) & Turkish towels in bathrooms. This gives the bathrooms a hotel feel & makes them feel luxurious. All accessories in this bathroom are from HomeSense (including the French soap) and the bath towel hooks are from IKEA. The light fixture, tub & faucets were all purchased from Lowes. The round mirror is from Bouclair.
It's hard to believe this is the same bathroom...what a transformation! What a difference it makes to keep things white and bright!
One more reveal coming soon... the loft and master bathroom. If if you missed the other reveals, you can check out the main floor here & kitchen here.
Construction and cabinet making on this home were all done by MVH Custom Carpentry.