The master bedroom bathroom is finally done. The tub had a marvelous journey across America and finally arrived for it's installation. So now we have a lovely spot to bathe after living with this for 21 years.
This was the closet on the left.
And the 2 piece bathroom on the right. For 21 years, this toilet has had a mind of it's own....trickling and whooshing at will, despite having it's parts replaced and tinkered with a dozen times. The inside of the toilet was marked 1979.
And here's the before view with the wall between.
And the after view. The doorway is now right where that crucifix was hanging. (it has sentimental value and will be re hung). Now the focal point from the bedroom is the sink and mirror.
To the left where the closet once stood is the bathtub. This is from The American Bath Factory and is beautifully made and priced about the same as many crappier acrylic tubs. I ordered from CSN Stores and got free shipping. (hence the long journey)
I used Polished Nickel light fixtures and taps from Restoration Hardware. I first saw these taps 10 years ago at Restoration, and loved them immediately and knew I would use them one day.
The other view towards the window. It is hard to photograph small rooms! I drew the plans for this bathroom 6 years ago in Design School for my final bathroom design project.
And, the toilet, despite being in a new spot with all new plumbing and being a brand new Kholer, still trickles and Whooshes at will, waking me up at night. We clearly need the plumber back to do something with it.
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