Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Bathroom Reveal

As promised, here is the final reveal of my bathroom. It's a small bathroom, so i took pics to give you a a 360 degree view of the bathroom.

Here are the vanity drawers in action:

The vanity with statuario countertop, American Standard Studio sink, and American Standard Town Square faucets:

The paneled vanity wall, pivoting mirror and sconces:

Azzura Adora tub with American Standard Town Square faucets:

The frosted window and shampoo shelf:

American Standard Town Square toilet tucked away in the toilet nook. I really like how this toilet has easy to clean flat sides, instead of the hard to clean trap:

The paneled doorway. Oh darn, before taking the picture i should have folded the toilet paper into a point like they do in the fancy hotels:

And that's it. Although it took a while to finally complete the last few finishing touches. It's served our family well and stood up well over the year. I really liked designing and building this bathroom. In the next few posts i have an idea for a regular feature and i'll be sharing another project going on here in the Roncy Vic household.

13 comments:

Kerry said...

This is GORGEOUS!! The paneling and the colour - the tile work. Love all of it.

Jen @ RamblingRenovators said...

Wowee, your bathroom is fancy! Love it all. The vanity is the perfect final touch. Good job!

Maggie {Okay, now what?} said...

It is very decadent. I love all the panelling! A little disappointed that the toilet paper doesn't come to point, But I'll get over it :-)

LifeBegins@Thirty said...

It looks fantastic! The panelling is beautiful and I especially love the toilet nook :-)

Kathy said...

Wow ! That is gorgeous. Amazing work.

Designwali said...

that is one sexy bathroom! great job!

threeacres said...

OMG this is gorgeous! I love the paneling and the color scheme.

AM Dolce Vita said...

Your bathroom looks amazing! I especially love your attention to details: panel moulding, sconces, and tile pattern on the floor. Love the unconvenitonal use of dark color in a bathroom too...it creates great visual impact.

Lindsay said...

OH MY GOD! I may copy you for our masterbath reno. I LOVE THIS!!! The dark is absolutely stunning.

Anonymous said...

what is the colour of paint you used? I love it.

Roncy Vic said...

Thanks everyone! The paint colour is Benjamin Moore Asphalt (cc548).

Kristine said...

Looks beautiful! Love the darker paint colour, much more dramatic.

Kevin @ My Dad's Shoes said...

Well done! Colors work well.. I would not have guessed that color would work so well in a small space. And the paneling is, of course, awesome.