As you walk into the master bathroom beyond my vanity on the right is this:
the ‘toilet room’, or as some may say, ‘the water closet’, sounds so nice, but I don’t how many people nowadays would know what a ‘water closet’ was. I’m not even sure how exactly to use that term. Is it the room, or the fixture?
Whatever you want to call it, there has really been quite a transformation by the simple addition of the door. (Of course the floors, trim, wall and ceiling treatments and new toilet have an impact too :).) By adding the door, it actually makes the space seem larger and it is so much more ‘user friendly’ now with it. We also added its own light and fan in this new little room. The toilet paper holder in here, as well as the other hardware pieces in the bathroom, such as the hand towel holders, small wall-mounted mirror, train rack towel holder and wall sconces over the sinks, were all ordered from Restoration Hardware, on clearance too.
The cute bucket I use as a garbage can and metalware art over the toilet are both from HomeGoods.
And can I, uh-um, just say one thing about the toilet? All toilets are not created equal. I searched and found on the internet reputable resources for rating the flushing capacity of toilets. Let’s just say, this one by Toto, rates very well…enough said.
This is a small space and a short little post about it, but both are necessary. 🙂
I appreciate you stopping by.