Dear friends… this post right here could make me famous. I think I’ll look into retiring right this minute from all the potential pin traffic that’s about to transpire… because this one is a BEEEE AUTY!
I have this bathroom downstairs that I’ve never shown online. I put in the tile floor, er… 4 years ago? Along with ripping down horrid wallpaper and painting. Even got a new door put on the room! But as you may have noticed, there is no handle.
Oh. And the toilet leaks inside like crazy too. If I leave it on, the tank keeps filling, stopping, draining and filling again. It’s really annoying. So it’s off. I may just get a new toilet.
I know. Just maybe don’t pin all at once for fear of booting Pinterest off their own server.
That light? It has a plug in it and runs my vacuum cleaner when downstairs. But I have to flick the light on for it to work. The regular plugs in the bathroom don’t work. Go figure.
And to enhance things, my lens was throwing some strange orbs all over the place via all this excitement. Or maybe it was spray snow still on the lens. Whatever.
Although the ceiling is cottage cheese, it’s a decent cottage cheese I can live with. Maybe. It isn’t very old. But a planked ceiling sure would be pretty…
This room is so incredibly productive it’ll blow your mind. It houses ALL my paperwork from years gone by on a shelf unit I nearly killed myself over fitting in there. And if you feel like playing ‘spot the cat’, she’s indeed in there.
So why show you this showroom stopper of a bathroom? WELL… I have a big decision to make. And I was hoping to get your input.
I picked out this adorable vanity and it needs a home! Isn’t it cute?! It’s even prettier in person. White marble top, vessel styled sink, black cabinet with frosted glass door inserts. It’s really REALLY cute. Even cuter in person.
When I’m done with it, it may even wear some antique touches.
I’m so indecisive about where to put this vanity, that I choose it because it would work in the trainwreck bathroom above, or
the ladder bathroom upstairs. See my dilemma?!
I know I should make the downstairs wreck usable. I really should. But the new vanity would look so striking with the black tile accents upstairs!
No matter which bathroom the vanity ends up in, I’ll be doing some painting and wall treatments to finally get a little more character to all that drywall.
In case you’re wondering, the vanity is showing in this picture, but it wasn’t pushed in all the way. It really does fit perfectly.
So! I need to get started this week and would love your opinion!
The bathroom vanity is undecided… which room would you put it in?
Disclosure: I have partnered with Virtu USA for a bathroom reveal. I was not compensated for this post.