Victorian Style Bathroom Update

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Im never as  happy as when I have a paint brush in my hand, dont bring me Jewellery bring me paint and we’ll be friends forever! It wasnt too long ago that my bathroom had been completely renovated but as is my character I bore of my surroundings quite often..much to my husbands despair. I decided to introduce some, ok a lot of grey into the bathroom, my Washstand, Fireplace, cupboards and doorway were given a makeover with Winter Grey by Rust-oleum, it immediatley brightened up the room and gave the whole space a new, fresh feel.

The bathroom previosly didnt have a shower, it was on the plans to fit a Victorian style Rigid shower, but like most things on my very long DIY list, it got put on the backburner for a while. However I got the push I needed when my son started work in a garage, he regularly comes home covered in oil and adding a shower became very neccesary

The white metro tiles were fitted and finished off with grey grout, the shower was an easy fix and was just connected to the taps we already had, I love the look of this little corner, the tiles really stand out with the grey grout and the shower screen, while simple is a beautiful frame for the Victorian styled shower.

While everywhere else in my home has lots of colour, I decided to keep the bathroom much more simple, by sticking mainly with grey and white and adding greenery and prints to make it feel less sterile

The room still needs a little tweaking, I plan on adding a rug and im still waiting on a Victorian towel warmer, but Im more than happy with how it turned out

Kelly♥

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Ilka Elise | 28th Jul 17

    This is a stunning bathroom 😳✨😍 I’m obsessed

    • homewiththehaworths | 28th Jul 17

      really kind, thankyou xx

  2. Nicky | 13th Aug 17

    Kelly this bathroom is absolutely stunning. I am in the throes of adding a couple of prints to mine but my question is, how do you keep the water/condensation from getting into the picture frames? Are they specially sealed?

    • homewiththehaworths | 14th Aug 17

      Thankyou, No ive not sealed them, ive never had a problem with condensation, but thats probably because the window is always slightly ajar when bathing/showering x

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