Downstairs Bathroom Update

I thought it was time to take a few new photos of our bathrooms. This post will just be about the downstairs bathroom, look out for a post about the upstairs bathroom soon!

Even though our renovation was over a year ago, things are still not perfect, but the renovation is done and it’s generally pretty, I just keep fussing over accessories (although I’ll like fuss about that stuff my whole life haha). Also, the fact that I REALLY want to replace the light fixture. We put in a cheap Ikea fixture as soon as the reno was done, it was meant to be replaced eventually, but I just haven’t found the right fixture for the space. Check out the transformation below, it’s pretty awesome too look back on it, I can’t believe the walls used to be mustard yellow and the floors were blue! Also, the closet is the major change for us, sliding doors and shelves inside!

Oh and if you missed the previous posts about this bathroom check them out here and here.

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Downstairs Bathroom Progress

It’s almost done! It actually feels and functions like a real bathroom now.

Done:
Claw foot tub
Sink
Medicine cabinet
Wall and floor tiles
Baseboard trim

To Do List:
New light fixture
create shelving in the closet
Make and install sliding closet doors
Patch up random holes in the walls
Paint the door and trim

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Downstairs Bathroom Sneak Peek

Progress has definitely been made. The downstairs bathroom has been tiled, but not grouted yet. Check out how cool these tiles are, each piece is made to look like a unique piece of wood. We splurged on fancy italian tile for the floors, only because the square footage was so small.

To do List for Downstairs Bathroom (we’re not physically doing it all ourselves):

Grout Tiles
Install Claw foot bathtub
Install Toilet
Paint Walls
Install Vanity/sink
Install sliding closet doors
Install closet shelving/storage
Hang light fixture

This is the claw foot tub we’re installing. It’s pretty much our dream tub! We wanted to find an old one on craigslist, but everything we came across was too long for the space. We had 59″ to work with and most older tubs around 66″. In the end, we spent less than if we had to get an old one and fix it up.