Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Bathroom Remodeling: Complete

I have moved up the side screens to the front. Initially, I was going to hide the toilet and the sink behind the side screens and have the bathtub and vanity in the front.

But this layout is more spacious. I will leave the screens unglued so that they can be moved as needed.

I still need to add the smaller accessories like the toilet paper holder, towel rack, etc.


Giac said...

Hello Sumaiya,
That is one elegant and gorgeous bathroom. It looks like it came right out of a modern day design magazine. I think the screens up front make the room look beautiful and very architecturally interesting. You have really transformed an awkward space into something fantastic.
Big hug,

Sumaiya Mehreen said...

big hug right back at you...if only i had this in my real life house ;-)

cunha said...

Hello, Sumaiya,
gret bathroom i love the oriental ambient.

Ilona said...

Your beautiful and elegant bathoom has privacy and you can remove the screens to see it all, that is just a fantastic solution.
Kind regards, ilona

Sumaiya Mehreen said...

Thanks Ilona and Cunha :)

otterine said...

It looks wonderful! :D

Sumaiya Mehreen said...

Hi Brae...thanks! I was inspired by your dollhouse bathroom to begin with :)

Mark R said...

It may seem eccentric to some, but this style right here is very classy. When one enters their bathroom, the illusion of being separated from your house is normal. However, with this design, homeowner's wouldn't experience that feeling. Just make sure you have it checked by professionals regularly okay?

Mark R