Guest Bathroom Makeover Reveal|Before and After Bathroom – I am so excited to share our newly renovated guest toilet with you – I have shaped this sad and boring room in the past few weeks and now I really want to visit someone because it is so much more functional. And of course more beautiful! Obviously there was some room for improvement from where things started …
The bathroom is a strange floor plan. They walk through to our guest room / office, so there is a door on each side. Plus an extra door to get into the toilet where the toilet and shower are. These are three doors in a small space! But because it had three bright white doors, I thought we would paint the walls deep gray (Mt. Rushmore by Kelly Moore). Such a dark color may be a bit heavy in other rooms, but with three doors and bright, new light, I think it’s absolutely great how it gives the room some drama and sophistication.
Yes, white on white on white and a broken toilet. Yikes! The good news is that it was pretty much an empty white slate and there was no other place but to go upstairs! Fast forward after a few weeks of planning, installing and repairing the broken toilet. And this is what my room looks like today:
So much better, isn’t it? The biggest change in the room was made by throwing off the old, missing pedestal sink and the ugly, outdated, one-piece tap with rusted drain.
I think a lot of people would think of painting the walls in a light color like this, but when you have them on the cupboards, it becomes more of an accent color than an overwhelming shadow on the walls. We plan to add antique glass handles to the doors, but have not yet found any new toggle screws that work with them.