Today I’m sharing a few photos of my never-before seen bathroom … at least, not seen on the blog anyway. This upstairs farmhouse bathroom of mine is nothing fancy, but I think it has a quaint little charm to it. It’s certainly not your luxury bathroom by today’s standards, but I’ve grown fond of it.
I’m not sure what this room was when the house was first built back in 1875, but I’d be willing to bet it wasn’t a bathroom. The sink is short because the ceiling is vaulted and it sits on the short wall.
A painted claw foot tub has a circular shower curtain rod. The floors had peel-and-stick tile on them when we first moved in. I’ve since ripped those up and painted the pine floor boards I found underneath.