I was incredibly fortunate to find a move-in ready home and avoid costly renovations, especially bathroom rehabs! So, all I had to do when I moved in was… decorate, decorate and enjoy!
Here are the before photos of the full bathroom – you can see more before photos of the entire home here.
And the full bathroom after photos…
The window provides the only natural light in the room so instead of putting in a full shower curtain that would block it, I used two curtain panels to frame it. This still lets the light in, and a clear shower curtain hides nicely behind one of the panels for everyday use. (Thanks mom for the brilliant idea!)
I do have some changes that I’d like to make to this space in the future… change the shelf out (The glass is hard to keep clean), change towel rack to hooks and maybe paint or do wall treatment, like beadboard or shiplap. All to add more rustic and contrasting textures to the space.
I’ve never been a big fan of medicine cabinets because of how they jut out from the wall . But, in a small bathroom where storage space is limited, it sure comes in handy!
Both framed photos are snaps I took around the city. Charlotte, NC is my hometown, so I always like to represent when I can! The sign to the left lists some of the unique neighborhoods in and around the city.
Now on to the half bathroom, which is conveniently located off the dining room space and is mostly used by guests.
Unfortunately I didn’t snap a good shot of the half bathroom before. So, here are the after photos…
Another medicine cabinet – but another small bathroom too so it works for additional storage space.
To the left is a closet but there wasn’t enough room for a door and it was left open. So, I put the curtain up to hide the space and also bring a pop of color to the room.
What do you think about my two farmhouse bathroom reveals? I just love these tiny spaces… Small, simple touches in such small rooms can have incredible impact!
Stay tuned –