It’s not always easy to transform what seems to be a lost space into the new favorite room of the house. This is what happened when interior designer Shea Pumarejo of Younique Designs renovated this attic bathroom.
With multiple rooflines limiting the upper level bathroom of this cottage-style bungalow, a ceiling raise was the first step in transforming this into a fully functional space. Staining the ceiling in a turquoise blue, the door in vibrant yellow and adding plenty of shiplap, this bathroom has a happy feel. In fact, this attic bathroom now feels full of life, color and useful storage. Take notes and get inspired!
The bathroom features an arched door with mirrored porthole, which brings some extra character to this attic bathroom. The shiplap built-in cabinet hides some extra storage behind doors that can easily be open with touch latches. The toilet is strategically placed behind the cabinet for added extra privacy.
The shiplap on walls and ceiling is Pine wood and the vanity is from Pottery Barn.
A colorful stained wood tile is used as backsplash in this bathroom. It actually reminds me of a vintage quilt! 🙂
Wood tile is by Moonish.
Sconce and mirrors are from Restoration Hardware.
White shiplap and a turquoise stained ceiling give this attic bathroom a charming, cheerful vibe.
The ceramic tile used in the shower keeps the same shiplap look that we see on the walls.
Transom windows let in plenty of natural light without sacrificing privacy in this bathroom.
The Pine shiplap ceiling features a custom blue stain.
Accents of turquoise and yellow create a happy atmosphere.
The arched door was custom-made for this space.
Hello my friends!
What a fun space? I love how happy the colors and the elements make this bathroom feel. You know… life is too short to live in a boring place. Bring happiness to your home – love what you have, love what you do and love how you live!
Have a great, everyone! I will come back tomorrow with a new post, ok? See you then!
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
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