Half Bath Tour…..

Honestly, this isn’t that exciting, but for those of you who asked, here are a few shots of my half bath on the first floor.

The half bath is an extremely small room as it occupies the dead space under the stairs that lead to the second floor.  From a design perspective, it is a perfect use of space that would otherwise have been a closet.  With a small sink and a toilet, is the perfect spot of guests to freshen up upon arrival.  The mirror pictured above is from Ikea and reflects a wall decal from Chiasso.  You can read more about the wall decal in this posting.

Above the toilet is a quick weekend DIY project I did using left over paints and wall spackle.

Here is a better shot of the decal and the wall it occupies.  I love the decal’s scale and how it acts as a large central focus in what is a pretty narrow room.

So that is the half bath…..not blow your socks off exciting I know, but some of y’all asked and I am a man of my word.  What is more exciting is that I have grouped all my room reveals together and have created a new page called Home Tour.  It’s a work in progress but it highlights the different rooms I have completed and photographed to date.  Check it out…….

11 thoughts on “Half Bath Tour…..

  1. Okay, I found your site through CG, and you and I are creepily on the same wavelength. I have been considering for a few weeks now doing the exact same color scheme for our half-bath. I also saw the same decal in a Chiasso magazine, and attempted to paint it myself on our gray bedroom wall (it didn’t turn out as nicely as the decal. Repainting will have to happen). Glad to have pics to show my husband now that our bathroom CAN be gray and yellow and totally cool. Great job!

  2. Excellent! This looks precisely the size of the bathroom my Dad is squeezing in to a corner of our mudroom. Can you tell me the dimensions? Do you have a sink in there? Love, Love, Love it!!

  3. Hi, I just love this wall and color choice. I really want to do something similar in m new home. I am just confused as to how you put up the decal? Did you use the whole decal from the website or did you paint the wall first? Any help would be much appreciated!!!! Thanks so much:)

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