The house owners of this charming California bungalow replaced the grasp bathroom door with a toile curtain to improve visitors flow within the cramped area. This grasp bath’s characterless self-importance got the boot and was replaced with a dresser scored on Craigslist for $35. Husband Jeff reworked it to accommodate a sink and sealed it with Waterlox to face up to splashes. This grasp bathroom has a spa-like feel because of the quartz counter tops and the printed porcelain tile arranged in a Herringbone sample around the tub. Transform a flea market find or dated household heirloom by sanding it and then repainting it a enjoyable color. Bonus points if it is a dresser, armoire, or one thing else that provides additional storage.
A tasteful wastebasket and matching tissue field cover will tighten up your bathroom properly. We additionally love the removable wallpaper from Chasing Paper on this bathroom by Regan Baker Design. Add a tree within the corner for a low-lift replace that has a ton of transformative energy. As seen on this bathroom designed by 2LG Studio, the palm leaf tree really brings it to life.