He before and after of this bathroom is full of good ideas and now, in addition to its new and improved aesthetic, is much better exploited.
For this great change no great and annoying works have been necessary. For a week - the time it has taken to transform the bathroom - the owner of the apartment barely found out about the intervention. The owner commissioned the reform to Ana Lorenzana from @Decoryver, that true to his style has achieved great changes without heavy works and with great pleasure.
THE BATH BEFORE
The tiles, valance and floor covering look dated. But perhaps the worst is the shower of jets and the gray toilets that had known better times and that threw years into the bathroom unnecessarily.
THE BATH AFTER
The details in blue, wood and above all, straight and elegant lines They have resulted in a beautiful, large and bright bathroom.
To get it;
- It has been used the paint to transform the tiles. This avoids annoying debris and gives the bathroom a homogeneous and elegant result. On this occasion two colors have been used, the white and a vibrant blue in some walls that has been used with great success giving strength and vitality to the bathroom.
- The floor is now covered with a successful vinyl floor that mimics a light oak laminate.
- Furniture and toilets have been changed. They have changed the retro toilets for a comfortable and practical rectangular shower, a more conventional white toilet and above all, a washbasin cabinet with a countertop with two integrated sinks.
- The wood details. They are next to the blue color which has achieved a warm and current aesthetic. It has included a high cabinet with wooden shelves where the toilet used to be. The long furniture of the sink includes two drawers with wooden fronts in its central part and the glass shelves of one of the walls have been replaced by a beautiful natural wooden shelves, with a spectacular result.
In short, another great Before and After @decoryver It demonstrates what good taste and careful attention to detail can do.
Thank you Ana, for sharing it and congratulations on another great job.