After more than 14 years of living in this house, I was truly beginning to think we would never have a bathroom in our basement. We had long since gotten used to going upstairs every time we needed to use the bathroom (extra exercise!). But a few months ago, we finally settled on a contractor to do the job for us and got on their schedule in October. It took them a couple weeks, which was really nothing if you consider how long it would have taken us to DIY it.As a reminder, here's what stage it was at when we turned things over to the contractor. For more before pictures (and a brief history of how we had to reconfigure this bathroom layout early on to make the space more efficient), check out my previous post.
The mirror we chose is simple and frameless, so as not to detract from the picket tile wall and pendant light which are the main focal points.
Pfister Kenzo Wall Mount Bathroom Faucet (Brushed Nickel)
Pfister Kenzo Tub & Shower Trim Kit (Brushed Nickel)
Carrara 12x24" Polished Porcelain Stone Look Tile