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Friday, 7 May 2010

The smallest room

This week I revamped the smallest room at home. Last week I finished the bathroom (we had the bath removed and put a showercabin, a new cabinet and sink ). This is a very time room with a toilet and a sink.

I don't have a picture of the totally BEFORE of last year, but I do have this shot of the proces of revamping. The old room had a round neon light (hate them), a small medicin cabinet and a seperate mirror with a glass shelf full of make-up beneath (the girls use the toilet for make-up in case the shower is occupied), a flowered bordertape on the tiles (you can still see remnants behind the watertank) and a blue seat.

I removed the shelf and mirror at the image below already. We hang a nice old lamp we already had instead of the neon, got a new medicin cabinet with a mirror on the door, painted darkgrey (with coupon it was around 27 dollar). I bought two iron wirework towelholders. One smaller one for the towel and one larger one to hold two rolls of paper. Works great. They were 6 and 8 dollars each. The white soapdish was 0.70 cents in the one dollar store. A new seat was 9 dollars. I hang a "curtain" for the window that was a vintage crocheted tablecloth. The candles (we have a lot of powerfailures) I made from old bedlegs (read here). The shelf was an old shelf that I painted white and sanded. The print is an image from the graphic fairy that I printed out and framed with an old frame. All the make-up pencils and masqara I stored in a cherub vase of the one dollar store that costed a dollar. Cost of revamp around 50 dollars.

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Pierelantijntjes said...

Je toilet is prachtig geworden hoor. Heerlijk als iets weer af is, vind je niet?
Groetjes van ester

Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures said...

Your bathroom looks like you spent so much more. Great job!