Back in August I shared the tale of our bathroom remodel and then in December gave you an update on the status of the space below the bathroom, the butler's pantry, which finally had a ceiling after some six months of going topless. Today I am ready to reveal the finished bathroom. This tiny little space (only four feet wide) has again become my husband's bathroom. He picked all the materials and did the tiling himself. Almost everything is white -- white tile, white walls, white towels. I think that made his choices easier! He is coming around to the idea of a colorful rug, though, and he plans to hang some artwork to the left of the sink but hasn't quite gotten around to it yet. Still, he is so happy with the results. He now has a real shower in place of the weird half-sized tub shower that used to be next to the window. It certainly won't make the pages of House Beautiful, but it is way more functional than it used to be and it works for him. Plus there's a real sense of accomplishment in a DIY.
bare bones in July
finished in January, taken from inside the shower (yeah, it's a small room)