Rub-a-Dub-Dub…

It’s time for potty talk! Who’s ready for some toilet humor? OK, I’m done.

But seriously, let’s talk bathrooms. So as previously mentioned here, we’re doing the second floor full bath over. This is our only full bath so it’s pretty essential. Unfortunately, we have no idea how the bathroom would have originally looked. But we know at some point, they built an odd little laundry room next to the full bath and the two rooms had a ridiculous giant sliding door from the hall. With so many angles it was difficult to take before photos but take a look at this first layout and the photos that follow and maybe you can piece it together…

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bath afterWe’ve given some of the hallway back to remove the angle and to make the toilet area a little more private. We’ve got to stack the laundry (which is fine by me!) to conserve space which gives me a nice long vanity. And we’ve even tucked in a linen tower next to the bath for extra storage. Take a look at these design inspiration pics…

Again, (quelle surprise!) we love the soothing neutral colors. And the rustic meets industrial feel.

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I’d like to make something like these cabinets for our stacked laundry.

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And we’re in love with all these open, weathered wood vanities. We’ll have to make this custom since the space isn’t standard.

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