We are kicking off our interior blog posts with the smallest room in the house, but probably one of our favorites. If I could explain to you what a bathroom looks and feels like after four years of vacancy I would, but I'll let the photos speak for themselves - just please note the amount of bugs, ADA bathroom sign and cracked tile we inherited in our purchase.
When we purchased our house - or real estate office - we had one half bath and no running water... we weren't even sure the well was going to work. Obviously this wasn't going to work for us so we set out to create three full baths. This tiny bathroom would be for guests and located just off our office area. We focused on making it just large enough for a walk in shower since we knew we'd have guests from time to time who may prefer to shower in a walk in tile shower rather than bathe in our clawfoot tub upstairs.
We were set on sticking to our budget and were lucky enough to re-purpose glass that was used for an interior office window in the real estate office for the top half of our shower wall. This kept the tiny, guest bath feeling open and airy.
Our vanity was beautifully, hand crafted by a friend of ours and really sets the style for the bathroom. The hairpin legs and above counter sink paired with the white subway tile and Sherwin Williams Worldly Grey walls gives the space the fresh feel we wanted.