TBT – The Blue & Oak Bathroom

The upstairs bathroom was sick when we moved in. Moldy window, water damage under the toilet, dry rot behind the shower surround. Surprisingly enough, none of these features were highlighted in the property listing.

But what you couldn’t see wasn’t the only problem. Installing new windows, sub floor, and cement backer board couldn’t undo the sickly blue paint, crumbling blinds, faux oak cabinetry.

We’ve been spending a little time tending to the symptoms wrought by bad bathroom karma…and here’s things are today:


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5 Responses to TBT – The Blue & Oak Bathroom

  1. madambass says:

    Looks like a photo in a magazine!

  2. Anna says:

    Wow, good job you guys!

  3. Patricia Biggs says:

    Awesome…Blossom….Quite the change for the better !!!

  4. VERY nice! I am probably the only person on the entire planet who has never really liked most shades of blue, especially when combined with natural wood, so I’m sure I sympathized with your desire to change more than most of your readers. WOW! You hit this one out of the park, IMHO! Bee-yu-tee-full!

    I spend way too much time online with WordPress, etc. so I might as well be new on earth where most of the other “socials” are concerned. Only recently have I had the time to begin to populate my own boards over there.

    Question: If possible, could you leave live links to your “moved to Pinterest” images, pretty please? On some of the posts here there are only the few words indicating that certain pics are over there. They don’t “click” and I have no idea how to find them. Thanks a million.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
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