In need of a big change on a small budget, this space, previously an upstairs hall bathroom for kids, needed to be transformed into a beautiful, welcoming bath for guests. The main challenges of the space were the dated materials, a 1980's glass block window, and rotting floor. The painted, custom cabinetry creates a neutral backdrop from some stunning finish options. Subdued yet efficient, double sconces found at a floor clearance sale replaced the harsh vanity lighting. An elegant, dark gray quartz countertop (bought as yard stone) adorns the painted cabinetry. Fun, jeweled knobs add a dash of color and a hammered nickel vessel sink works with the overall aesthetic. The rustic round mirror, found in an unused bedroom, works perfectly, finishing off the space with an eclectic look. The existing tub was retained, but the surrounding, dated fiberglass was changed to Calcutta gold marble, running in a classic subway pattern. The focal point of this shower is the beautiful custom glass tile in the center, sitting under the new rectangular transform window. A colorful and whimsical shower curtain serves as a beautiful canvas, and new, modern, gray floor tiles ground the space and complete this updated look. A fun and inviting space to enjoy for many years to come!