16 April 2012

Renovation Reveal: Upstairs Bathroom

This is the third and final bathroom renovation in our house, and this post is the third and final renovation reveal for our most recent renovation.

When we bought our house, the upstairs bathroom looked like this:

May 2007

Pretty much immediately, the flimsy shower surrounds in all three bathrooms developed gaps, compromising their effectiveness at being a water barrier.

Faced with the reality of doing three bathroom renovations in a house we thought was move-in ready, we prioritized the master bath as the most important renovation. While that was going on, we taped the surround in the main upstairs bathroom so that we could shower during the master reno. And, in the midst of the master bath reno, it was discovered that the toilets in both upstairs bathrooms had been (fortunately, minimally) leaking. So, out went the toilet and old floor.

This is how the bath looked when we mothballed it in 2008.



After sorting through several visions for the bathroom, stripping it to the studs, and rebuilding the room, check out the results.




Curious about the finishes? 

Paint: Sherwin-Williams Harmony, Steely Grey (7664) in Semi-Gloss
Floor Tile: AlfaLux Stoneprints in Nero
Shower Tiles: Pental Subway Gloss in White (4x12) with Pental Glass Mosaic in Rain (1x2)
Cabinet and Mirror: Bertch in Sable Osage
Vanity Top: Fairmont Designs 25" Ceramic Top in White
Light Fixture: George Kovacs Three-Light Bathroom Vanity Light from Seattle Lighting
Toilet: Toto Eco Drake
Trim and Hardware: Kohler Purist in Polished Chrome

1 comment:

Janie said...

Done. Check! Now rest.....