we installed beaded board on the walls and ceilings to give the space that"been there forever"feeling. We ran it horizontally to mimic the subway tiles used in the bathtub.
because of the slanted ceilings...a shower was not possible, but it's great for soaking or bathing wee-ones!
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Heather Pat wrote:
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Love your creative way to fit things in that space... do you have a shower in that tub, if so, how well does it work with the slanted ceiling? I did a bathroom reno in a similar type of space and opted out of a tub and shower under the slanted part of the ceiling, but now I am not happy with what I did. I just adore what you did here!
Tubs make great use of areas with lower ceilings. I love the built-in shelf/seat at the end of this tub.
Have you noticed? Rooms with slanted ceilings are almost always high on charm.
Do you have challenging ceilings of your own? I'd love to see how you are making the best of them!