The upstairs was supposed to have three bathrooms, one master and two mains. Cleaning bathrooms and toilets is my least favorite cleaning job, so I nixed one of the bathrooms and made it the laundry room. I couldn't be happier that I made that decision. So this main bath is shared by the kids. M is only 4 so she uses our bathtub a lot still. It's not big and actually on the small side. But it has everything they need. Two sinks helps a lot with multiple children, something we didn't have in the old house.
looking back to the upstairs hallway
We opted for just a tub so we could tile the walls to give this bath a little pizazz. I wanted it to have an old/vintage feel. So when I saw the floor tile I fell in love. I was concerned with so much grout, but like I said before it's a small room. I can deal. I got the mirrors at TJ Maxx and all the towel bars, hooks, and toilet paper holder on myknobs.com for a fraction of what the bath store wanted. And they are Moen which I figured was a good brand and hopefully the finish won't be chipping off!
We still need a shower curtain in here and I was thinking this fabric might be good? It's shared by boys and girls so I probably should keep that in mind. I had a few other ideas but felt it might be too "girly". Does that matter in a bathroom? I over analyze everything . Which keeps me from doing and finishing things, which keeps me from blogging. Do you see the trend here?!
What kind of fabric could you see in this room? This one or another? I love hearing your input, helps me in the decision making!!
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