We have been project doin’ banshees since arriving at Mike’s parent’s house in Illinois about three weeks ago! I decided that there are too many changes to include in a single post, so I’ll give it to you in small bites. The picture up top is a reminder of what the bathroom looked like when we purchased the airstream. We didn’t like the oiled brass hardware and fixtures, and the super heavy glass shower door was broken beyond repair. You had to lift it to get it open. While that was a minor pain while outside of the shower, at least it was possible. Once you finished showering, getting back out required all hands on deck – No Thank You! I wasn’t certain that I wanted to paint the cabinets, but the finish was not in as good of shape as the rest of the camper, so I decided to take a risk. It’s difficult to tell from the photos, but the cabinets are a very light gray and the walls are green. Valspar makes a cabinet paint that requires little to no prep-work! I’m happy with the results so far. I’ll keep you posted on the wear and tear. We also added brushed nickel hardware and fixtures, as well as some Wall Pops sticky tile from Wayfair. I think it added some style to the tiny space for only $28!This picture gives you a look at the new shower screen. It rolls away into a vertical canister on the left that squeegees the water away. Best of all, more getting trapped in the shower!
This picture allows you a peek at our biggest change – new flooring! I can only take credit for choosing the flooring. Mike installed it. I’ll give more detail about the flooring when I post about the kitchen/living room.