Gosh we are so close now, I can almost smell it.
Our new bathroom is looking like an actual bathroom again- but like 200 times better than the last one.
There’s a handful of small jobs needed to finish it, but I’m sharing a couple of snaps here as I just cannot resist showing you… Can you tell I’m excited!?
I never knew I could get so enthusiastic about a towel rail/radiator. This one has the Victorian styling I love and really sets of the classic tiles we’ve gone for too.
Continuing the vintage bathroom theme are these taps… It feels a bit old school not having a mixer tap, but I think the shape of the these is perfect for our bathroom- I love them.
Despite our new bathroom not being quite finished, I have been able to have a bath and let me tell you it was GLORIOUS!
I’m unsure if this is because I’ve not had a bath for ages (showered at my mums FYI), or I really needed it, or the fact that it is longer, wider and deeper than our last bath. Seriously it was like sitting in a puddle in the last bath, especially for my husband who is 6’1 and broad. This bath is like going swimming- pass the snorkel!
So just to remind you of our bathroom journey;
- Our old bathroom as it was with a video tour
- The bathroom renovation plans
- Work in progress- behind the scenes
Although in these shots the bathroom looks finished, it isn’t. To be honest, we still haven’t got a toilet as the cistern went missing, and the floor needs finishing off and sealing. We are now within touching distance though and it will be worth the wait.
*On this new bathroom project I’ve been lucky enough to work with two great brands- Bathroom Takeaway who have supplied some of the products and furniture, and Tile Mountain who have supplied the tiles. I’ll go into more detail about what we got from where- a resource list in a future post.Sign up for my Creative Notes Letters, a personal letter to my readers. I want to keep in touch without depending on social media as I'm trying to use it less, and I know many of you are too CLICK HERE