Photo submitted by of Kevin Walsh of Bear Hill Interiors
BATH WEEK continues! I promised 5-7 days of baths and now I am on day 5…we’ll see if I can come up with anything over the weekend!
Today I am thrilled to show off some fabulous COCOCOZY reader submissions. These are bath’s proud readers happily submitted for today’s post! Thank you readers for your submissions!
I’ve included a quote from each email that was sent to me – emails describe the bathrooms in readers’ own words. Hope you enjoy!
BLACK & WHITE BARGAIN MAKEOVER
Photos submitted by Charmaine from My Best Friend Craig Blog
Before, bargain makeover – yikes! (above)
“I am so happy with the outcome. I got the mirror from goodwill 🙂 and the wallpaper is from Sherwin-Williams easychange (the book is ink black, white, neutral easychange or page 179).” Charmaine, My Best Friend Craig blog
After, bargain makeover. Yay! (above)
Photos submitted by Debbie Bassnet of Vintage Scout Interiors
Before, green outdated tiles in designer Debbie’s own home. (above and below)
“I was on a serious budget, so I created an oversized basketweave pattern by cutting faux marble porcelain squares in half and using black granite tiles cut to size as well. Added some much needed built in storage as well by using some space from a hall closet.” Debbie Basnett, Vintage Scout Interiors
After, the bath with the gigantic basketweave mosaic looks fantastic. (above and below)
SMALL APARTMENT BATH’S SPA REMODEL
Photos submitted by Elizabeth Meyerson of Gambi Design
Before, this apartment’s pink bath was a cluttered mess.(above)
“I would love to submit photos of my client’s bathroom remodel. Designing this tiny bathroom in a small Manhattan apartment was challenging. Opting for a pedestal sink provided an open feeling. A soaking tub, which is deep, but smaller than a standard tub, was a space saving solution. The monochromatic floor to ceiling tiles are classic beige and cover the walls and floor giving a spacious feel to the room while white fixtures and towels add brightness. I chose a detailed mosaic trim along the perimeter of the floor to add interest and character. A glass shelf and a tiled windowsill help provide space for extras” Elizabeth Meyerson, Gambi Design
After, TAH DAH! A small New York City bathroom is cleaned up and freshened up! (above)
Photos submitted by Meryl Weis from Northbrook, IL
“I just finished a master bath addition that I think came out amazing. I became obsessed with the idea of using black on the walls, but equally terrified. I kept trying to talk myself out of it, but I just had to do it. It was a risk that payed off. I used Graham and Brown “Enchant” in black. All the cabinetry and moldings are in Benjamin Moore Acadia White. The floors and countertops are Carrara. The paint in the shower and toilet area is Trout Grey.
The room was designed to have a free standing tub under the windows at the end, but since neither my husband nor I are bathers, we opted for a chaise lounge which we use and love.” Meryl Weis
“Hope you like our bathroom a little — we do! Best part is that we didn’t have to do any work, as we inherited it as is from previous owner of our new beach condo.” Keely Stahl.
Hope you enjoyed these reader submissions! I did! Thank you, thank you, thank you readers for your submissions!
Have a great Friday.
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