A Philadelphia home gets a bathroom makeover taking it from the 80s to the 21st century.
It’s 2015! And a new year means a new look and new life for your home. Now we know that every year a lot of these home makeover projects begin with taking stock of our rooms, making a list of what needs to be done – and then deciding it’s all too much and putting it off until next year. This year, ease into the process by taking on some smaller and easier rooms. The best place to start – your second bathroom. You know, the one that only gets used when guests come over? The one we all secretly use as storage when no one’s around? That one. Because it’s a small space, it won’t take much to pack in a lot of style. Better yet, turning this small, neglected space into a style oasis will give you all the motivation you need to push on to the real work. And who knows? Your guests might even thank you too. A quick tip: small rooms can fill up fast, especially when they’re already stuffed with functional items like sinks and tubs. So look to create interesting moments through stylish vignettes. And since you’re probably not looking to spend extra time painting or wallpapering your second bathroom, work within the color palette (likely white tile) and go with something clean and modern. It’ll be easier for you in the long run and your color choices will really pop!
Get The Look
Threshold Floral Bath Towel Blue
Murchison-Hume Signature Candle
Threshold Performance Solid Washcloth
Target Home Shower Hooks in Brushed Nickel
Floral Bath Rug in Black and White
Threshold Waffle Weave Shower Curtain
Threshold Bath Towel Gray Floral
Threshold Step Can in Chrome
Threshold Brushed Stainless Steel Toothbrush Holder
Hansgrohe Raindance Select E 120
Illume Anenome Bar Soap
Photographs by Patrick Cline.