This is the only room in the house without any windows (aside from closets) making it an excellent safe room for tornado warnings. It also makes it harder to photograph. I was using a wide angle lens that I think it not very good quality…or else I just don’t know how to use it very well. Anyhow, sorry about the poor quality photos. This room needs some art. And a shower curtain. And new towels. It’s not very done. I’m not sure why I’m giving a tour of it at all…
FYI, our architect is Ryan Thewes.
New Home Tour: Kitchen
New Home Tour: Living Room
New Home Tour: Dining Room
New Home Tour: Den/Playroom
New Home Tour: Nursery (Alianna’s Room)
Room to Grow: Making a Bedroom for Foster Kids
New Home Tour: Master Bathroom
Guest bathroom. Kids bathroom. What do you call it in your house? Our house has a couple of unique features that caught our attention the first time we saw it. Besides the angled front wall of windows in the living room and there is also this downward angled vanity in the hall (only original) bathroom. The countertop was replaced with concrete and a bowl sink before we moved in. Jason added different knobs and painted it gray. Together we laid the slate tile—our first tiling job! The tiles and tub, originally pink and blue, were painted white before we moved in. We also changed the light fixture and added a shower fan. The wall color is Sherwin Williams Softest Green.
Step stool from IKEA for children to read the sink.
I really like the concrete countertops. We’re thinking about trying out this technique ourselves someday for our master bathroom or kitchen.