Bathroom revamp reveal / by Suzanne

Our new bathroom is just like the old bathroom, only better. The old fixtures were removed and replaced. We now have a beautiful and deep soaker tub to better accommodate the tall folks in our home, a new sink (not at all unlike its predecessor in its pedestal design), and a new high tech toilet with hands-free functions to keep the toilet cleaner for longer - the less often hands touch things the cleaner things remain. The toilet was Simon's choice and, although it took getting used to, I think I'm beginning to like it. Especially that it seems to stay cleaner longer.

Faucets and towel holders were upgraded.

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You can program the toilet so the seat opens when you enter the room, flushes itself once you're finished and closes a few minutes later.

Everything is in the same place as before (except for a light switch) and the footprint hasn't moved a smidgen. Yet the bathroom feels bigger because we installed a pocket door.

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The floor is also new. I love the look of hexagon tiles and how good they feel on bare feet.

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We kept the wainscoting and only removed it from around the chimney to expose more of the brick.

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Ceiling, walls, trim and wainscoting are painted the same colour, "parchment" by C2.

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