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My second bathroom
brigettekelly
January 23, 2013 in Design Dilemma
What do you think?
Any ideas will be helpful.
This bathroom is small.
My washer and dryer are in here also.
Not sure what else I can do or if this is good enough?
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angryredhead
It's kinda hard to answer any of the questions without knowing your aesthetic, budget, and needs.

Bare minimum for a bathroom is function and cleanliness in my opinion. If it works and it's clean, it's fine. If you're content, it's fine. If someone else doesn't like it, it's tough tits.

It looks clean and functional, so it's fine by me.
2 Likes   January 23, 2013 at 5:11PM
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Scott Design, Inc.
You must have second thoughts about this bath otherwise you wouldn't be posting. What bothers you about the room?
1 Like   January 23, 2013 at 5:43PM
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brigettekelly
Thank you for the comment ..
I paid a little over $150 for all the accessories for both
Bathrooms.
I don't mind spending a little more I was thinking
Of a basket to put in the bathroom and put rags in it
Rolled up .. Something cute ..
Just asking for ideas ..
1 Like   January 23, 2013 at 5:47PM
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brigettekelly
@ Scott,
I'm posting to get more ideas :)
Nothing bothers me about the bathroom ..
:D
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Ironwood Builders
Not big on the fuzzy seat cover...makes it hard to keep the lid up...I don't mind putting it down when I'm done, mind you...just don't like surprises.
1 Like   January 23, 2013 at 5:55PM
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angryredhead
If you go to Pinterest and search for bathroom accessories, you'll likely discover loads of ideas.
1 Like   January 23, 2013 at 5:56PM
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The Staging Fashionista
Here are some ideas for accessories in a small bathroom.
2 Likes   January 23, 2013 at 7:07PM
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ossiander
Frame that mirror. That will give it an updated look. Try a soft color on the walls. Then the little touches of a contrasting colored towels or soaps will brighten it up and Maybe put a little fun curtain on a rod in front of the washer and dryer.
1 Like   January 23, 2013 at 7:18PM
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flgrandma
It looks fine with the exception of the fuzzy cover on the toilet seat and the rugs. I'd get rid of the fuzzy cover and get brighter colored rugs and towels to go with the walls. Agree that you could get a nice colorful shower curtain to cover the washer and dryer and maybe maybe a cute print on the wall. If the room is small you really don't want things that will be in the way and aren't functional.
1 Like   January 23, 2013 at 7:27PM
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brigettekelly
In person the rugs are not that fuzzy ..
I'm not looking to take away but to add :D
This bathroom set was over $150
It's the second bathroom I posted the first one
Earlier today ..
I don't own this flat just renting it, bothrooms are very
much outdated these are old condos in kauai hawaii ..
The mirror takes up most of the wall in the bathroom.
I was just thinking about putting some nonstick
Stickers on the mirror
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flgrandma
You may not have known this coming into Discussions, but once you ask a question on Houzz you get answers from all directions. So be specific in your questions. If you're happy with the color of your walls, your towels, rugs and toilet seat topper, be sure to let everyone know this. I personally would not add stickers to the mirror, but that's just a matter of taste. If you like that look, go for it. Your bath looks perfectly fine just the way it is.
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Jean Tuck
You are wearing golds and brown so thinking since you enjoy these colors , then use gentle hues of these colors to keep rm looking more spacious and dark chocolate towels for luxurious look. or same color of floor rugs.
1 Like   January 24, 2013 at 6:18AM
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apple_pie_order
The bath in your rental condo looks fine. Nice, clean, simple, functional, well lit. You might consider adding an orchid plant or vase of orchids. You are in Hawaii, orchids grow everywhere.
1 Like   January 24, 2013 at 6:21AM
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Jean Tuck
Well I must confess the taupe and cinnamon colors as acessories items are spectacular in this setting.The trick seems tobe smaller pattern size to maintain spacious feel. Way to go! A small basket at back of commode area with pretty small towel and some pretty desgned soaps in it would be refreshing as well.
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brigettekelly
Thank you for all the comments ..
Here's my first bathroom ..
0 Likes   January 25, 2013 at 5:01PM
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loghomecats
I would go to home depot and get a cheap modern vanity with a granite top. theyre pretty cheap now a days. you have good tile floors and add a accent painted wall and play off of that color for your accessories. maybe find a framed mirror, add some plants. it would be a brand new bathroom for cheap.
1 Like   January 25, 2013 at 5:16PM
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