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Travertine tile, Glass enclosed shower with rain shower head, Soaker tub with heated air jets(WOW ! we love that feature, New double vanity with granite top. See before and after pictures.
(Forgive the quality of the pictures, they were taken with my phone through the screen. Also, I would hope anyone rating this would factor in the spacial constraints, budgetary commitment, and regulatory limitations of aapartment life. Those limitations are what make the space a statement of my efforts rather than the overall look.
We downsized from a house to an apartment and my biggest fear was losing my outdoors. We found a place with a tiny patio and a ton of rules and regs on what can go out there. Still, thanks to Craig'sList, Ollie's overstock store, and some creativity, I made my nook for under $150. Just waiting on my daughter's school to end to add potted plants.
I decided to convert the second full bathroom into a shower, as my master bathroom already has a Jacuzzi tub. While at it, an adjacent bedroom lost its closet to accommodate full size washer and dryer.
The shower took the space previously occupied by a standard bathtub, but was widened about 8", rainforest shower head installed from the ceiling, as well as two pot lights. All lights are on dimmers, and to break the sterile modernist look, a small crystal fixture is installed. The tiles - dark grey granite used to line the inside of the shower including the ceiling and also on the floor, and mosaic glass tile used to create a visual of a waterfall. The walls are painted in a color to match the mosaic tile. Any color variation on the picture - due to use of flash. Not well seen on the pictures, due to flash reflection - a side bar with a hand held shower ( on the right.
It's no secret - Arizona is HOT. And I don't mean South Beach HOT. I mean dry desert heat hot. Some east coasters coming from the tropics may miss some of the outdoor living of days gone by. I know for sure we do - including our cat Sephora. We would spend mornings with coffee, afternoons reading or gardening, and evenings grilling and relaxing outside on our patio - which when we left Florida, was nothing like when we first moved in. It took time to live in the space, figure out what we wanted and how we wanted it, and of course, a budget to consider. Even though we're renting, those same considerations applied when I created our indoor garden room. Read the details from paint color, to process, to thrift finds on my blog Focal Point Styling here: http://nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com/2012/05/creating-indoor-garden-room.html
I really like these chairs...Ballard Design of course...but these would work with my pattern drapes and my brown sofa....and new glass and metal coffee table. :-
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Living room was redone for under $1000. The biggest expenses were the slip covers - all 4 pieces of furniture are slip covered (cause again, this is a budget update!. The pictures are a little dark (phone photos but the walls are a soft grey, the curtains navy, the recliner navy, the couch/loveseat are oatmeal and the accent color is cranberry.
I painted a lot of stuff that I already had whether in this room or other rooms of the house (mirror, clock, wall decor and re-used it in the new space. The rug is actually 2 IKEA rugs put together which I don't love, but this was the most budget friendly thing for now in the color that I wanted for the size that I needed. The fire place is faux. No clue why it's covered up - it was like that when we bought it.