Here’s my finished bathroom – the easiest place to furnish/decorate since there’s not too much to do. [Although apparently bathroom furniture is a thing. I guess I do own bathroom shelving. But you could buy what I would describe as a vanity poof/stool for ridiculous amounts of money at stores. And those things were ugly.] I was lucky in finding an awesome shower curtain that was marked down from $60 to $45. When the cashier rang it through, it came up as $20. I threw that in my bag and left as quick as possible, just in case there was a mistake. Scoring an unexpected deal can really make your day. Especially when you live in a mess. Add a cute toilet paper holder and you’re set.
My bathroom is ridiculously spacious which is really kind of unnecessary. It just means you have to walk further to the toilet in the middle of the night when you should be sleeping anyway. [Getting up to pee in the night is a serious condition. It's called nocturia. I do it all the time. Apparently it's more common in pregnant women and the eldery. I'm neither of these. Which just means I'm not sleeping well. It has the potential to have a huge detriment on productivity - one study found that nocturia resulted in 24% decrease in productivity. That's a big deal.] So I have a large bathroom. And zero plugs. Seriously. I have to keep my electric toothbrush in my bedroom. I have to straighten my hair in my bedroom. Living in an old house has perks like character and stuff. But in the old days, they didn’t think they would need plugs in the bathroom. Huge mistake. So annoying. Though, like anything, you just get used to it. Definitely something to think about for my next apartment [or eventually a house if I ever get a real-life job]. As is the two separate faucets – one for hot and one for cold. Whoever came up with the idea of combining these was brilliant. Seriously under-rated invention.
Double faucet sink. Lovely.
Cute toilet paper holder