We have two bathrooms — both of which are equidistant from main gathering areas (kitchen and living room). Although both bathrooms are equally awesome, for some reason guests tend to head to the bathroom that we use! I would really prefer it if our bathroom stays off limits. How do I politely or subtly let guests know which bathroom I prefer them to use?
This is Offbeat Home's archive of bathrooms posts.
This shopping round-up request came straight from the boss lady. Ariel requested that I use my nimble shopping fingers to scrounge up some offbeat bathmats. You know… bathmats that are more than just pastel/tasteful/subdued/boring.
Like it or not, the lavatory is a place in which we all spend quite some time. Sometimes even long stretches. Sure, a magazine might help to pass the time, but what if you've read every article twice already? In our toilet room, there is still plenty to look at, because I've turned it into a miniature art gallery, using nothing but postcards and some picture frames.
Next week we shall be taking a tour of Homie Kat's punky artsy studio apartment in Seattle. But this week — Shark Week — I'm teasing you with the coolest bathroom my eyeballs have ever bared witness to. Behold the majesty of Kat's shark bathroom!
I have a super small master bathroom that doesn't allow for a large sink. But just because it's a small space, doesn't mean that I have to settle for a boring sink. I'm on the lookout for a small bathroom vanity (no larger than 24" wide) that worth me spending the dough. Check out all these awesomely tiny options that I found in the meantime — prices range from $$$$-$$, but no matter how many dollar signs they are, they all make quite the statements.