I have a tiny little bathroom, with a slanted roof on one side, so I knew when I moved in that I could add a little colour, but be careful not to go overboard in such a small space. This is how my place looks right now, but it didn’t look like that when I first came in to view it.
This is a better shot from before I moved in, that shows you how tiny the shower really is. It has a hand held shower head (it falls from the holder when the water is turned on) and looks to originally be a footed tub that was titled in and then painted. The curtain that originally was there just draped on one side and took up most of the space in there.
I like to have all the facecloths in a nice little basket for overnight guests to help themselves. I also found a cute vintage cover of Good Housekeeping to frame for some fun art. Its ironic that the little puppy looks like he’s having so much fun in the bath, because every time that I give Whiskey a bath in there he freaks out.
You can’t see it very well in these photos, but I cut the curtain to fit the angle of the roof and then stitched along the edges to give it a more polished look. Before, the curtain just hanged in a bunch and in a small bathroom like this, the more free space you have, the better.
Thus concludes my little bathroom tour – emphasis on little. Its got its quirks (no hot water until 7:45 am, an outlet that is actually in the shower stall and no water pressure if the laundry machine is on), but overall its a cute little place. If it was my own place and not a rental, there is so much more that I’d have liked to do in there, but for now I’m content to just keep it looking cheery!