We had this very awkward space between the toilet and the wall for the shower plumbing. A niche if you will, that was about 5.5" wide, and the same deep. It wasn't original to the house, just a wasted space after the wall was put up to accommodate the shower put in by the last owner. It was impossible to clean the floor in that area and despite the idea that any square footage is good square footage, that niche really made the wall feel 2.5" wide instead of 3' wide. So I tried my hand at drywall.
Pretty good huh? Cutting the drywall was the easy part. The difficulty was framing such a narrow space to be able to screw the drywall into something other than thin air. That took time, and loads of patience, but once that was done, we could tape and mud.
This gorgeous brushed nickel bridge faucet which is going to look FABULOUS (am I overusing that word today?) on the new sink!
Tons of work still to do, as you can well see. But I hope it wows you all once it's complete! In the next few days I'll have polls on sconces, fabric, art, and accessories - and I hope you'll all give your input!