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.

20 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.

Anonymous said...

I am a little late to the game here but WOW do I love this space. Where are the sconces and mirror from?

Kyle said...

Thanks a lot! The sconces are "Wilshire Single Sconces" from Restoration hardware. I waited and waited for their annual lighting sale to buy them.

=) Megan said...

Love the pullout shelves under the sink! Our new house has a cabinet but no shelves and I couldn't figure out what to do, now I know. Beautiful space you created.

CREW 72 said...

I absolutely love what you have done here and think that is very magnanimous of you to share your resources. I have searched for the 'Benjamin Moore Asphalt (cc548)' paint that you have used and it is available here in the UK, but you have to choose from a variety of paint types/finishes. May I ask which one it is that you have used here?

North East Factory Direct said...

Truly beautiful! Love everything - from your new bathroom.

Furniture Store Denver said...

This is one of the most amazing transformations I’ve ever seen! Your bathroom is beautiful!

Poulin Design Center said...

You did an amazing job on your bathroom! Beautiful.