Remember how I mentioned yesterday that I was going to finish updating the Home Tour page last night... didn't happen. I went into the hospital to visit Meredith (AJ's sister who is waiting for a heart transplant) and we watched Crazy Stupid Love and I just couldn't bring myself to leave before it was over... :) Total twist at the end. It's sort of a dark comedy, beware.
AJ and I have been brainstorming projects to work on when we finish paying off the bills for the house we intended to flip (have I mentioned that places like Andrews Plumbing has been amazing at letting us do payment plans because we decided to rent instead of sell (which would have paid off the bills in one shot)?). One of the things we are so excited for is another bathroom... we haven't decided if we'll just redo the one we have or try to do the one in the master... regardless, here is some inspiration for the master. We want a double sink and a glass shower. And a toilet, I suppose that is essential. :) It's going to be hard to fit it in because we have such a tiny spot but it's better to get a small bathroom than no bathroom at all.
Love the simplicity of this, the pedestal sink and the recessed medicine cabinet:
The curved lines of this vanity are great:
Wouldn't it be nice to have a chandelier like this in your bathroom? I think so, too. :)
Maybe AJ and I will decide to do two separate vanities...
If I had to pick a bathroom I'd want to recreate every little piece of, though, it would be this one... I'm in love with the marble wall, the double console vanity and the way the whole room looks clean and bright:
This first photo is gorgeous. I found it in Traditional Home and fell in love with the wall color, Farrow and Ball's Light Blue, and the double sink. And let's not even start talking about the tub. But here's the dilemma, our bathroom is a third of this size.
As for glass shower, we are thinking about something very simple like this:
We can't wait to get started... anyone know where a money tree is? :) The master bath will definitely be more expensive than the guest bath because of the shower and the double sink. We know those are two bigger ticket items but those were things we, but especially AJ, are excited about so we'll make them happen. As for the guest bath, we already have the claw foot tub, we could reuse our toilet if we wanted and we'll get a pedestal sink. What will be a little pricey in there are the light tan marble tiles AJ used in the bathroom of the condo. But, they're basically gorgeous so if we spend practically nothing on the fixtures then splurging a little on tile will be okay... Off to sell more dressers! :)
I'll leave you with a photo of the little guy who loves to read and be a maniac... it's an interesting balance at our house. :)
Oh wait, he's decided to stop reading and start licking his book. :) It's a little blurry because licking your book is an active sport.