I’m so thrilled to ultimately share the FIRST REVEAL of several to find– our corridor guest washroom! It’s really more like Hudson’s restroom given that we added a 3rd shower room upstairs into our guest room, yet to me it’ll constantly be called “the eco-friendly washroom.”
Right here’s what the restroom appeared like when we acquired the house two years back really environment-friendly. I in fact enjoyed exactly how vintage the restroom was, the environment-friendly ceramic tile made me so pleased as well as I loved the floor tiles.
Our plan was to maintain this restroom as-is, yet as the demonstration starting taking place throughout our remodelling, due to the fact that we were removing the sheetrock on the wall surfaces around the restroom the ceramic tiles started to drop, since the grout was from the 1950’s.
It was rather clear it was mosting likely to have to be torn out as well, so alas I bid farewell to my beloved vintage floor tiles. As soon as we began with a clean slate, it did feel like the appropriate move to make however, since this will be the restroom that Hudson matures making use of, and we additionally disliked the door attached to the bath tub, it made showering Hudson rather difficult.
I wanted this washroom to be very modern, yet additionally extremely neutral since I’m thinking it will certainly go through great deals of decoration changes via the years. Matt has actually always liked herringbone floor tile, so we chose to go all out in right here! We used this 4 x 16 inch subway tile for the Herringbone pattern, as well as paired it with a black hexagon flooring tile for contrast.
We ended up making use of the vanity we had in place prior to our renovation, this white one! I added in stands out of shade with the curtain and the carpet, as well as I enjoy just how the burnt orange shade looks against the black and white! Here’s tons much more pictures of the area, and I’ll make sure to connect everything envisioned below!