There's nothing quite like ripping three LARGE holes in a wall with the goal of making it look like they never existed. That's what happened when I removed the old ceramic towel bar and toilet tissue holder, with the holes patched up shown on the right below. Using several thin coats of patching . . .
I'll start off with what I absolutely love about this bathroom: all the natural light! It really makes the space a pleasant place to be and going forward I'd say a window in a bathroom is a must for us. After finishing the main bath renovation early last year, I've slowly moved my way across the . . .
photography by Greg Dechow . . .
Welcome to the dreamiest little bathroom. As small as the space is, it feels and looks twice the size it was before, with the removal of the wing wall that closed in the shower and replacing it with clear, frameless glass. I'd say getting ready in the morning just got a heck of a lot better, right? . . .
Now that the tile is in and walls are painted I'm so excited to add all the final details that will make the space feel complete and welcoming. The glass enclosure was installed this week but I honestly don't want to post a picture of it until the striking, oversized framed photograph arrives and . . .