Monday, June 1, 2015

The Guest Bathroom {Before}

Welcome to our (original) guest bathroom. 
Where you feel like you stepped into the 60s!

*This is after we removed 2 layers of wallpaper.
Our vanity was slanted on the front. Isn't that weird??
 And our light fixtures were hideous and were mounted on the ceiling. Gross!!
 The sink and the toilet were the only updates in the entire bathroom...everything else was original to the house.
 And our tub was BLUE....because that was obviously very stylish back in the day.
 As well were these pulls for the vanity!

Luckily, we've already started the bathroom renovation and got that ugly bathroom vanity out of there!!!
I can't wait to show you how we decided to redo our bathroom and show you the completed project! We are almost done!! Stay tuned!! :)

7 comments:

Kayla MKOY said...

Goodness that bathroom is PINK! ;) I can't even wait to see what you guys do with it! I know it'll be gorgeous.

Brittany said...

Omygoodness! That is comically hideous. What a gem. Can't wait to see your transformation for it.

Brianne Bracco said...

Whooo! Fancy pink! Love it haha. Yay for bathroom remodel! Cannot wait to see the after. ;)

Elise @ Cheers Yall said...

I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE!!!!! Love projects like this SO MUCH! xx

Anne said...

Yes, the pink tiles! I totally have one of those Cincinnati bathrooms too... though we just decided to go with calling ours "retro" and hoping some buyer will like that :) At some point someone reglazed the tub and the floor though so they're white, which is a big help. Cannot wait to see what you do!

Becky said...

Oh my gosh SO MUCH PINK! Your nursery isn't even that pink haha. I can't wait to see why you guys do!!!

Roxanne Vaughn said...

Yeah, the shapes are kind of odd, to say the least. Glad you've spotted all of that, and are working on modifying your bathroom into something more functional than before. There's a lot of things you can do to it, be it the vanity, tub, sink, or shower; not just in terms of wrongs being righted, but that of possibilities and options being explored. Looking forward to your updates.

Roxanne Vaughn @ Total PLBG