We've done this so many times...bigger apartment to smaller apartment, apartment to small house, small house to large house.
|From my scrapbook: 2003 buying our first house, not realizing all the moves to come|
Large house back to small apartment...
That last one is what started my descent into guilt for our reality show acting. Little did I know that wouldn't be the last time we downsized while our family was growing. It's just what we do. When we sold our Omaha foreclosure remodel that we'd spent the last 4 years on we went from almost 4000 square feet back to less than 1000 here in our current basement apartment. It required a big garage sale, furniture elimination, and a whole lotta hope. But, it wasn't that hard emotionally and I actually really like the smaller-space lifestyle.
We'd like to get a remodel project or build a new house, but the dream we are looking to achieve is to stay in a very streamlined and efficient, small space. It just suits us and opens up our lives for other things besides maintaining a house. I was contacted by WETSTYLE to introduce their new line that was developed just for smaller space bathrooms. In this time of Tiny House obsession, I think this is such a great move for them. I'm excited to show you some of their ideas for maximizing storage in a tiny bathroom.
Since we just put in new bathroom tile and vanities at our last project I can attest that these "off the floor" vanity models are an incredible idea. If I could bottle up and show you all the physical strain, and frustration we endured as we shimmied our vanities into the "tile hole" we'd made for them you'd laugh, I promise. This idea looks lightweight, efficient, and way easier for keeping floors clean.
I love the whole set up. Storage behind the mirror, storage under the sink, and best of all next to that slim tub, a modern sleek look. This new line for us little house enthusiasts is called W2. This link can direct you to a dealer near you. I love that its made from natural materials (soy and mineral stone). FYI, they are on Twitter and Pinterest.
It checks off so many things I look for in building materials, I was thrilled to work with them and feature it. I'm curious how many of my readers are also into small rooms and houses or if you want something BIGGER....let me know.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of WETSTYLE. The opinions and text are all mine.