We had a nice sized laundry room in our house, but only one bathroom.
I posted earlier about my floor problems in this space. You can read about my creative solution here. They were vinyl over the original wood floors. Here are some photos.
The finished product.
I tried to use as much architectural salvage as possible in this house. This door was a great find, thanks Jane, and so pretty after I refinished it. It had a dead bolt hole that I had to patch and the doorknob seemed extremely high, but I loved it. Turns out I needed the doorknob that height to avoid hitting the washing machine when opening the door. I was completely unaware of that potential problem. I love when things work out!
The oak moulding I salvaged from a local house built in 1900. The house has been abandoned for years and will soon be gone. I'm glad I had the opportunity to save some of its beautiful woodwork! Thanks Arlene!
I found the fabulous stained glass at an antique store and since this window faces the driveway it is the perfect screen as you exit the shower.
Speaking of kitchen cabinets, I reused some of them here in the bathroom above the washer and dryer. I added some lath moulding around the doors to give a more turn of the century feel versus 1940 and the handles are from old window sashes.
I searched for over a year for an antique medicine cabinet, any antique cabinet, and finally found one. Well, I found 4 within a 2 week period! This one had already been restored, YAY, but it was an in wall mount that needed a 2x6 wall. So, I had to tweak my plan a little and put it on the shower wall instead of above the sink which is ony a 2x4 wall. It made the nook a little tight since we needed to build a bigger wall, but what do you do? Oh well. It was a little strange to have 2 mirrors so close so I kicked it up a notch and added a third! This allows you to see all sides of the head and hair...you know, cuz my husband really cares ;)
I had the PeFeCT salvaged wall mount sink, but since this will primarily be my husband's bathroom he vetoed it due to the separate water spouts, boo! So I had to concede to his wishes.
The corner blocks and woodwork in this room are also from the same house that had the oak trim. This woodwork was upstairs in the house and had several layers of paint that I had to strip. Well worth all the work!
I love this tiny room! Thanks for stopping by!