Hi Guys! I’m excited to tell you we’re already at the end of a tiny half bath remodel!! We had plans to get the master bathroom done before our baby girl showed up, but I was a little leery after our kitchen took WAY longer than expected to get started. I was worried we would be in our newborn zombie state, while workers walked through our bedroom and the contractor forced me to make final decisions on the design. Not smart.
This bathroom had some hiccups, but it has been a pretty smooth process, with a different and amazingly nice and professional contractor. Here’s our little half bath and where it all started… I was a little sad to see the stripes go but am excited to have a toilet and vanity at a normal height for us and our guests.
Here’s what it looks like all gutted and ready for pretty, new things!
My plan is to put hexagon tiles on the floor, run subway tiles from floor to ceiling on the vanity wall (to act as a backsplash), and paint the rest of the walls. There was a part of me (a big part) that wanted wallpaper, but the price to install and buy the rolls exceeded $1,500, and I really didn’t want to spend that kind of cash on this small bath, at least not at this point. Here’s the wallpaper… How cute is this?!
Moving on! We also changed the door from a regular swinging door to a pocket door, and the window sill will have a piece of white quartz to match the white sink.
Here’s my mood board for the space! I’m going to try an IKEA product in this bath and am crossing my fingers that it will hold up in this space! Eek.
Source List: Hex Gloss Moss 1″ – The Tile Shop, white subway tile – Home Depot, Acacia Wood 24″ mirror – CB2, Willamette 2.25″ Pendant Light Fixture – Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., IKEA godmorgon/odensvik skin cabinet with 2 drawers and dalskar faucet, Edgecliff Pull 11″ Drawer Pulls – Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.
Here’s some of the progress pictures!
I’ll be back with the final reveal, depending on how fast everything gets done! Cannot wait to show you guys the goods and hope it all will come together as I envisioned!