Through Every Season

Bath Tada!

So how do you like it?

I love the hight of the new counter.  It makes my bathroom counter seem so low, though.

I had to add in the decorative mint green tiles to make up for tub being half an inch shorter than my old tub.  Thanks, Dad, for the suggestion.  They match my towels perfectly.

Courtney asked what color floor tiles we used.  We got them at Lowes.

New light fixture, a place to hang our hand towels, and drawer space for the kids.  The new paper holder wasn’t the exact one in the set but it cost $10 less and I liked it more.  No bleach products are allowed on the solid surface counter top.  If it gets a stain, you’re supposed to sand it out.  I am a little nervous about that.  

Finally enough places to hang the kids’ towels.  I used scrapbook paper for the art.
I tiled and painted the hall, too.  It’s laminate wood floors were water damaged earlier this year.  Everyone says it looks wider now (in person).  The walls needed repainting.  I used left over paint from the kitchen/music room.  Blank wall to the right is where my family and friends colleges are going after our trip to MoRanch.
Our front entry way is brick.  A lot of the older entry ways here have it.  New tile goes down the hall and laminate wood floor goes into my living room.  We’re versatile.


  1. Camezi

    Our house in SA had a brick entry. I think it’s a 60’s thing. Was your house built in the 60’s? Your bathroom looks beautiful. I love that shower curtain. I’m a little jealous. Your hall looks great, too.

  2. Wendy

    Your bathroom looks great. I’m really impressed that you were able to do so much on your own. And tile on the diangle? I would have never attempted that, but it looks awesome.

  3. Elayne

    great job….you are sooo brave! The duck needs a blue hat.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© 2024 Finding Joy in Him

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑