Look! Gisela's New Bathrooms

Look! Gisela's New Bathrooms

Aaron Able
Mar 31, 2008

Reader Gisela was eager to show us her updated bathroom before Bathroom Month ends. In addition to sharing pictures (both before and after) she has thoughtfully shared all her resources with the AT Community...

Last year my bedroom was featured on Apartment Therapy NY for bedroom month. We have since moved to our first house! It is an art deco house, and was a real fixer upper (gut rehab) on Miami Beach. While I am anxious to send you all the pics of our renovation, it isn't done, yet. However, the bathrooms are done and I would like to share them with you for bathroom month...

Our house has four bathrooms and we renovated three of them. We bought the house from the original owners' children and it was pretty much untouched except for some bad 60s renovations. Each of the pre-renovated bathrooms had drop ceilings, disgusting shag carpeting (!) and hideous tile that the previous owners used to cover up the original Art Deco tile/colors.

Our first challenge was the master bathroom. The original bathroom was a tiny box. To make it bigger, we claimed the adjoining master closet and pushed the whole thing out a foot. We kept the same configurations in the other two bathrooms, however we took out a tub and installed a shower in its place. I also included a picture of the medicine cabinet in our guest bath, to make our guests feel welcome.

The last bathroom was in pretty good condition so we kept it as is, just adding a fresh coat of paint and changing out the toilet, sink, faucets, showerhead and sconce. The bathrooms still need artwork and more homey touches, but that will evolve in time.

Our resources are mixed, and we used every coupon and sale that we could, like Home Depot's 10% mover coupon and hit Restoration Hardware when they had their bathroom month sales.



Resources for Master bath (pictured):
All fixtures are Hansgrohe, axor montreux collection
The tub is from overstock.com
The toliet is Kohler
The medicine cabinets, freestanding cabinet and sink cabinet are from Restoration Hardware, Cartwright collection. The vanity topping is carrera marble and was fabricated by our fabricator. The trainrack is also from Restoration, though I can't remember which collection.
The marble on the wall and the mosaic marble on the shower wall are both called royal ice
The marble on the floor is a mix of black marble and crystal white, basketweave pattern (came in mesh sheets)
The overhead lights,sconces, towel rings and toilet paper holder came from rejuvenation.com

Hallway bath resources:
Sink and toilet are Kohler
Medicine cabinet is from Home Depot
Sconce is from Restoration Hardware, Cade sconce
Overhead light is from rejuvenation.com
fixtures are Kohler pinstripe collection
White marble is Thassos grade b
hotel rack and toilet paper holder are from rejuvenation.com

Guest bedroom bath resources:
Sink and toilet are American Standard
Medicine cabinet is from Home Depot
Sconce is from Restoration Hardware, Cade sconce
hotel rack is from rejuvenation.com
The marble shower wall is royal ice; the floor is a mix of royal ice marble and green onyx
Fixtures and toilet paper holder are Kohler, Devonshire collection

Thanks for letting me share, and I hope to send you pictures of the rest of the house, soon!

Best regards,
Gisela

Thanks Gisela!

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