In my second video about my beige bathroom, I talk about four features that I particularly like and which turned out well. Example #1: I continue to be the number-one fan of putting a diverter in the shower that you can use to send water to either the shower head or the handheld shower. Note how in this bathroom, my handheld is lined up perfectly (on the horizontal) with the diverter. For sure plan for this when you are having the plumber do the pipes — it is so nice to have everything line up nicely. Another terrific feature … Heck yeah there is more →
So I had the bathroom clean… I put on makeup… The good camera was all set up on the big tripod… and DH was on the scene to help me shoot this video all about my bathroom renovation — completed with affordable beige ceramic tile from Home Depot. Then, the camera froze up, and we couldn’t get it back on. So I grabbed my little Canon that also shoots video — and, well, the show must go on.
Designing a bathroom is a tough job, because you must pack a lot of function into a small package. In this final video in my three-part series on my blue bathroom renovation, I spotlight several things that I woulda coulda shoulda done differently. That said, I’m very happy with the bathroom overall. I’m not one to have regrets. Note, the titles were not loaded into the end of this video, we discovered after uploading it via vimeo. So, argh, please ignore that woman at the end panning in and out. We’ll fix it sometime soon. Maybe.
When I renovated my 1950s bathroom, you can bet that I sweated the small stuff. In this video — the second in my blue bathroom series — I talk about some of the design details that came out pretty darn well.