When Glynis and Lee Wood bought a 1970s ranch-style home in Austin’s friendly Northwest Hills neighborhood, where Lee spent his boyhood, they weren’t the least bit daunted by its cavernous rooms and hallways. “The house felt closed-in and dark, and it wasn’t very welcoming,” Glynis says. “But I love older homes, so we bought it with the intention of preserving its character and history.”
Regain Your Bathroom Privacy & Natural Light w/This Window Treatment
Stained glass window in bathroom. I like this vs a normal widow since we seem to always keep the curtains and blinds shut in there anyways. At least this way some good light can still gets into the room. (I totally agree...plus it's so beautiful)
Gray walls highlight a gray barn door on black rails leading to an en suit bathroom featuring a gray washstand accented with polished nickel hardware and topped with a white marble countertop fitted with an oval sink and a polished nickel antique hook and spoiut faucet positioned under a white arched mirror lit by a Bryant sconce illuminating wood like tiled floors and light gray bathroom walls.