Wednesday, July 21, 2010

bathroom fixtures, still in the box

So here is the new cabinet that we are installing in the master bathroom. We found it at Lowe's last year when they had some things on sale. I love the cottage look of it, and though I wish we had much more room for a bigger cabinet, this will do. The sink in it is smaller than the one we have now, so I should have a little more room on the counter. Right now our sink takes up so much space that there is only a little edge around the side to place things, like our toothbrush holder or Q-tip holder.

Here is the new faucet we picked out. All the fixtures in the bathroom have white porcelain touches to them, so this was a great find. On clearance.

Hopefully the work on the bathroom will commence this weekend, with the toilet replacement and cabinet replacement. I don't know how long it all will take, since Charlie is slow and careful when making home repairs. And, often, there are trips to Home Depot involved. Many trips.

Here's hoping that I have lots of pictures to show on Monday of a new bathroom. It might not be painted and decorated the way I like, but hopefully we will have new fixtures.

Keep those fingers crossed.


Bailey's Leaf said...

When we did our bathroom, we were without facilities for 2 days because my husband is slow and very very deliberate on everything he does in the house. The result? Stunning! Getting there? Medication is almost needed.

Good luck! It'll look beautiful when it is done!

KT said...

Oh I laugh...there is never just one trip to Home Depot :)

the misfit said...

Love Home Depot. Love home remodeling. See that you have an 18-gallon Rubbermaid "roughneck" storage bin in the background of that picture. Just bought six (more) of those this week. Love them too.

Want to see pictures of the renovation and please don't forget to take before pictures!!

JellyBelly said...

Can't wait to see the results!!!!

Alison said...

Looking forward to seeing the final remodel.

Laurie said...

Oh i love that cabinet! Fits my tastes...and the chandelier molding...such a great touch!!