In fact it's the 2nd smallest room in the house which has been distracting me somewhat from my sewing lately ! At long last the whole en-suite has been gutted and re-fitted for a completely new and fresh look .... only 3 weeks to wait before we go through the whole procedure again with our horrid worn out bathroom . Woohoo !
It may be an extremely small space but the re-planning still required much scurrying from shop to shop , brochure comparisons and , naturally, a pretty meaningful shake of the money tree at the bottom of the garden (!) No wonder my head was finding it difficult to conjure up bears when my mind's eye wanted to imagine tiles , sanitary ware and most importantly STORAGE solutions , which would give me the perfect little ablutionary bolt hole . After all , I have to share the other one with the 3 young men of the house :0(
Plus ;I've finally found a home for my gorgeous Art Noveau plaques ; they've been squirreled away for forever , and I have a fantastic huge one ready for my bathroom - I could never have too much Art Nouveau if you know where I'm coming from ;0) These 2 draw the eye nicely up the wall creating a feeling of height and space . I pounced on the cute little mirrored jewellery cabinet, which has flower knobs and a tiny drawer , and decided to stick it right there - totally out of context - housing nothing but my contact lens paraphernalia !
I finally have the mirrored wall cabinets (one above the sink , one in the corner) which I always wanted / needed - I can actually see , and choose from , all those lovely bottles of "nice stuff" for scrubbing , cleansing and improving , all neat on their shelves .
The shower now has a vertically sliding head ; so I won't feel I'm about to drown like I did under the old fixed position one ! Inwardly concertina doors add to space saving ... but all these small details do take time to get right don't they ? I think I better stop admiring my excellent choices and GET ON WITH MY SEWING !!!
Mirrored sparkley Hugs ,