I would love to share beautiful, finished, styled photos with you in the new house.
But I’ve never done that before. So why would I start now?
So instead of worrying that everything in the house needs to be finished before I share, I’m just going to share what’s done to this point. And share all the decisions we’ve made for the spaces. As we keep working on things to “finish” our spaces, I’ll share updates.
First up – the upstairs neutral bathroom. It’s a simple space, but it’s pretty great. (Check out the inspiration for an idea of where I’m hoping to go with this space.)
Isn’t it amazing that there are so many decisions to make in such a small space? SO. MANY. DECISIONS.
I already shared the vinyl flooring, lighting and vanity. Next, I found this white, vintage-feel medicine cabinet for extra storage. This is the same medicine cabinet we had in our last house and it provides a lot of great space for daily use items. Plus, there’s a mirror inside, which I love.
The faucet is the Delta Ashlyn widespread faucet in chrome.
Next up, the shower.
I found this great Threshold curtain from Target in a neutral gray and I think it’s a great fit for the space. We went with chrome fixtures in the bathroom – mostly planned around this great Delta shower head.
(I’ve had this shower head since my trip to Delta in 2013 and I’m so excited to be finally using it. Henry adores using it during his showers.)
The reason I love the shower head is because it is a 2-in-1 deal – it pulls down for a hand shower and reattaches quickly for a regular shower. Plus, it’s pretty. I ended up buying the Delta Trinsic shower package for the bottom of the shower.
Look how great that shower curtain looks against those floors. (For those who have asked about how to “finish” the floors against the tub – Ryan just caulked here and it’s working well.)
We also chose a chrome curtain rod and curtain rings. We have always used these curved rods and they provide so much space inside the shower.
So … that’s a little peek at our new bathroom. A few weeks in and we are making it work. And now, I need to figure out which hooks to hang for towels.
But, baby steps …
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