We knew that we had to lose this window because the electrical line comes in and we had to by code, but also because that was to become the shower wall.
The window on the right in the pic above we pulled out and replaced with glass block so as to not lose the great light in here. It's really hard to take a good picture of a glass block wall with the sun shining in.
I also insisted that the shower wall did not go all the way up to the ceiling. I didn't want it to feel too boxed in and coffin like. I wanted it to feel pretty expansive, for such a small bath.
And that's how it got left for a really long time. And then we decided it was time to start shopping for tile. The fun stuff! I knew I wanted something that looked like it could be original, but fresh and shiny too. I wanted to respect the history of the house. So, we went with subway for the walls, traditional, and not terribly expensive. Where we splurged was on the floor tile and the radiant heat. That is the best shit ever!
The column on the shower wall was a bit tricky to finish out. But I am very pleased with our solution.
Painted it blue. Was supposed to be a moody grey/blue but it ended up just blue and I like it.
I love the way the sink looks, but haven't been thrilled with the quality. I wouldn't recommend it. Style is killer though. It's really tall.
It feels so luxurious to have a bath right in the bedroom. It's pretty cool.
So, until next time!