It’s summertime and in our household and that means it’s time to get busy on home renovations. The image above is a rendering of the plan for our upstairs bathroom! We’ve done our best to maximize this small space. More on these plans below, but first a little backstory.
You might remember that my hubby Luke is a high school teacher, and during the summer months we kick it into high gear with our reno goals. Last summer, we did the full kitchen renovation, painted the entire downstairs, tiled the mudroom, wallpapered the entry and decorated the living room, dining, guest room and my office.
This summer, we are hoping to complete the upstairs bathroom (gut job), the master bedroom (needs massive help), replace all the doors, floors, and baseboard and paint the second floor – plus decorate!
My very first Warwick Reno post had lots of BEFORE photos of the house, including a few upstairs. Since then Luke has gotten rid of almost all of the upstairs flooring. Most of the floors are original pine and were covered in linoleum. The master bedroom did not have original flooring and I think we may carpet in the bedroom, as we have wood flooring almost everywhere else in the house.
Here are a few more BEFORE photos of where the upstairs is currently at:
We are really excited to get demolition going and we are starting in the bathroom! I worked with a really cool digital rendering company, Deckor, to help me create these realistic views of the new bathroom based on our design selections. I honestly can’t say enough about Aman and the team at Deckor, they really brought the space to life with their rendering capabilities! We are also working with some really exciting brand partners on the rest of the upstairs plans and I’m excited to really solidify the designs and share them with you!
Here are the gorgeous bathroom renderings. These make me so happy. I can only hope our finished project looks even better in real life!
In our next post, I’ll share all the design details for the bathroom.
XO – CLAIRE
Claire’s creative energy comes from her unique perspective on the world as both a trained interior designer and a passionate yoga teacher. Her affinity for kitchen design, timeless style and eclectic decorating are shared here, along with lots of interior design education and tips. Thanks for being here, please enjoy!