I love the penny tile in this bathroom. It feels classic yet interesting, just what the “client” wanted. We didn’t have the budget to do full concrete countertops, so we used Henry Feather Finish to skim coat the concrete onto the top of the base we made. I installed 1 1/8 in plywood on top of the existing laminate countertops to make a thicker edge. The countertops throughout the house were so low, and this made it a little bit better. Vessel sinks also made it easier to wash your hands without throwing out your back.
Isn’t the little sink cute! What a fun idea. This was actually pre-existing, and currently disabled. After one too many flooded bathroom incidents, I decided that hygiene was overrated.
We moved the entry to this room, removed a closet and added a new, smaller one that ate into the media room instead of taking up precious space in this room intended for three children. The “treehouse” was built to add a separate space to play, and because life is too short to not have a treehouse in your bedroom.