Finished Basement Bathroom

We are finally done with the downstairs bathroom!  We had a few surprises along the trail to the finish, but overcame them and got it done.

Here it is.
View on entering the bathroom.  Tub unit is by Delta, purchased from Lowes.
Special order 48" cabinet and matching end piece by Kraft Maid, purchased from Lowes.
The counter is quartz, purchased from a local supplier's remnant sale.
I couldn't find a mirror in the width I wanted.  Kinda bummed.
Cabinet pulls are Savoy in chrome by Hickory, purchased from Menards.
Knobs are by Designer's Image, purchased from Menards.  I like them because they are heavy and feel
like real crystal. Most of the "crystal" knobs I looked are were very lightweight and looked like cheap plastic.
Faucets and accessories are Caldwell in chrome by Moen.
Curved shower rod by Moen, purchased at Menards.
Roller hooks by Wamsutta purchased at Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
The shower curtain I'd planned to use in this bathroom ended up having all sorts of stains (???)
on it and was way too short.  I bought a new one--Jana in white by Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
A total steal on clearance for $6.99 in store!
It isn't really a true white, but it works.  It has lurex threads in silver woven through for a bit of shimmer.
Custom 5" trim made by my father in law.  Tiles are Style Selections Serso Black Walnut look from Lowes.
The lightbulbs are making the tile look really orange, but it's actually dark brown with a hint of red.
Paint is Icy Avalanche by HGTV Home/Sherwin Williams, from Lowes.  It's a gray color with a bit of taupe.
Door is special order Jeld-Wen from Lowes.
The door knob is Weslock Impreza, ordered from Amazon.
I don't like exposed screws on my door knobs and these were the only
ones we could find without.
Looking in from the door.  Toilet by Toto.  😏
Light is by Minka Lavery, purchased online.  Wayfair is selling what looks to be an identical light but under a different brand name.  Overstock still has this brand.  A few thoughts--one, I'm glad I went with the four-light vs. the three.  Two, I really wanted to put traditional clear incandescent bulbs in this but knew I'd get shot down on that.  I put in some LEDs the electric company sent us for free.  They are okay, but very yellow.  Since it's a basement bathroom, I'm leaving them for now.

The next project is my sewing room.  I'm still struggling with cabinet layout.  I have a week to make my final decisions.  I have the paint color, lighting, and flooring chosen.

I haven't sewn much this past week, but I am in the process of putting together 42 churn dash blocks.  You can check my Instagram feed to see updates.  (Link to the right--->)

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