How weird is it to state "I love my bathrooms!" The one downstairs especially. It has awesome built in shelves that just scream "Character!!"
The upstairs bath didn't need much work, we painted the walls and the cabinet and put the mirrored cabinet in. I believe Al put in extra lights with a heat fan too.
|This little nook was empty. I had the genius idea of asking Al if a stackable washer/dryer would fit. Lo and behold it did!! No basement laundry for me!! What a blessing!!|
Our downstairs bath was fully renovated like the rest of the house, it started with a full size tub/shower and when I say it was TIGHT, that is an understatement! We didn't use the bathrooms when we started demolition, but I did sit on the toilet once to show my husband how much leg room was left with that tub there, I am not kidding when I say my knees almost touched the tub! I insisted we turn it into a large powder room instead of trying to put a shower in. The shelves lead me to believe this bathroom was originally a walk in pantry. Location of the bathroom is right off the kitchen, so it makes sense that's where the food would be stored "back in the day"
|the built in shelves.|