|Kenna: Uh, did you know Dad turned your bathroom into a pile of rocks?|
|They go together well, we think (and hope!!)|
|The floor has to be sloped just a little bit, toward the drain|
|Taking a peek at the "look" and making sure all angles are right|
|Now the shower pan liner is down (heavy vinyl) and the next step is getting some tile on there!!|
|This style, only this pic is showing it in stainless steel, not brushed nickel|
|The sink faucet - this pic is showing the brushed nickel colour|
We have enough tile to do the floor in the main bathroom also, and that one will have a tub, so no cobblestones, but both bathrooms will have a similar feel, using the same tiles and fixtures.
Our theme for the inside of this house is/will be: grey, black and white. Partially because we love the look, but mostly because so does everyone else. Since we will be selling the house and not living in it, some of the choices we make are based on "mass appeal" and not personal preference. In fact, we've already had our mind changed (by others) on a few of our design choices/colour choices.
We'd really love to do a trough styled sink, which, with 2 faucets, would be the only way we'd be able to pull off a "double sink" in there due to also needing counterspace. So we are looking for something within our budget that is almost like the one above, only more narrow and long. We'll see what we can find!! Otherwise it's maybe opinion? What is yours? Do you go with 1 sink and have more counterspace, or 2 sinks and give up the majority of the counter?
Everyone keeps saying that 2 sinks in the master is pretty crucial, but I am of the opinion that counterspace in a master is also necessary for hair and makeup, so if it's gotta be one or the other, I'd take counterspace over the extra sink. What to do, what to do...