|At the end of August I decided it was finally time to redo our half bath. In the past three years I did a few little things to it to make it more inviting like painting a blue accent wall.|
|One of the main reasons I did not like the bath was this shell shaped sink. Littliest would always hurt himself on the pointy edges. It was something I wanted gone a long time ago.|
|I came up with a better solution for the puppy and hence the makeover got back on course. The Hubster had to help me get the sink base out. The builder had glued it to the floor.|
|We went to Lowes to get the sink I had been wanting for over a year but while there we came across this sink and it was on clearance for less than $200 so I decided we could give it a try even though I knew it was not what I had envisioned.|
|The very next day the other sink went back and I got the new pedestal sink I had been wanting. It makes the space feel so much bigger.|
|Even though the half bath is NOT done yet I am having fun adding accessories like this fabulous rug I bought at Target last week.|
|I changed out the builder grade mirror with this $10 antique mirror!|
|I am waiting for my newly cut and stained shelves to be dry so I can hang them above the toilet.|
So there is where we stand on our half bath make over. Though it is taking FOREVER I know it will be worth it in the end.
|Before I go I wanted to let y'all know about Socks For Sandy. If you are able bloggers and Hometalk are teaming up and asking that you get together new socks, gloves, and hats for the hurricane Sandy relief and mail them by this Friday, Nov 9 to |
Socks for Sandy
P.O. Box 520
Little Egg Harbor, NJ
To read more about this effort head over to Courtney's over at French Country Cottage who has shared a lovely post about the background to this relief. Thank you Courtney for sharing this with us all! Lets band together to make a difference!