As I was writing this week's post about the bathtub, I realized that I have never shared my vision for what the guest bath is going to look like.
No, we haven't totally forgotten about our bathroom, however, the project has been completely neglected.
Now, I want to talk a little bit about the second time around refinishing our tub.
A few weeks ago I mentioned on Facebook a DISASTER that occurred during our bathroom remodel. So, here's the story.
I cannot stress the ease of putting down peel and stick flooring. Literally a job that can be done in a day.
This is our story *dun *dun (that would be a Law and Order reference folks).
It began with a layout and a chalk line (the good kind, not the person shaped kind).
If you are unsure about how to layout your tile, here is a great video tutorial.
The bathroom remodel it still in paint mode, so today I'm going to discuss my experience with refinishing our bathtub.
When we decided that we wanted to remodel our bathroom, but on a very tight budget, it meant we could not replace our tub, which would have meant replacing all of our tile as well. So I found a product to refinish the tub instead.
After three years in this house we finally decided to do something with our guest bathroom.
As we move along in our master bathroom remodel, I'm constantly thinking of ways to maximize storage. I put our bathroom into the tiny category of bathrooms, which is bigger than teensy, but smaller than, well...small.
In our tiny bathroom, we will need to do a few slides of hand to get as much storage out of that baby as we can.
My first order of business will be to find a vanity with drawers. I do NOT want cabinets as I feel they waste space. And as beautiful as pedestal sinks are, they really are not practical in the storage department.
Here are a few examples of vanity drawer storage. (P.S. ALL my pictures are from Houzz.com. Why? Because I'm such
an addict a fan.)