Finally! Finished at last. It's been at least four years in the making--yeah, I am serious. It was worth the wait, though. From the doorway:
Behind the door is my husband's favorite part.
our second favorite thing in the bathroom--the flat screen hooked up to cable. It's important to know that the water stays nice and warm through an entire movie--really. I tried it.
Here are the sinks, etc. I figure granite and brushed nickle should be going out of style now that I finally have them in. I love those medicine cabinets. They are set into the wall and completely mirrored inside and out. Even the BACK of the cabinet doors are mirrored !
See the little cairn on the back of the toilet? Is that not just so Zen, so spa-like. Close up:
I have a thing for stones. This cairn is from a shop in Clifton Park (NY) called Artique. They sell small amounts of floor space to crafters which gives you access to all kinds of interesting mini-shops in one big store.
These seem easy to make. The middle stones are completely drilled through at the center. The base stone is partially drilled in the center with a dowel glued upright, and the top stone is partially drilled to sit on top of the dowel. I really want to try doing some of these. I fear that I will spend more on drill bits than if I just went to Artique and bought a few more, though. If you've tried this, let me know what kind of drill bit to use, please and thank you.
ohhhh I am jealous of these photos.ReplyDelete
Your bathroom looks amazing! If you are ever wanting a bathtub tester let me know :)
Thanks! The original bathroom didn't have a tub which is why I think I appreciate this one so much.ReplyDelete
This looks like heaven! To go from no bath to that gem must be wonderful for you. Great job!ReplyDelete