Do we ever stop calling our boys, boys? That was the question swirling in my head as I took a few photos of the boys’ jack and jack bathroom before the remodel. It is the perfect time for a boys to college bathroom.
Boys to College Bathroom | Before
Some of my funniest childhood memories between my boys took place in the bathroom. How appropriate, right?
Like when my younger son, during his sleepwalking phase, thought the bathroom trashcan was the toilet.
Or the transition from “tubbies” to showers.
Or the scent of Axe body spray lingering long after the boys left for school. As a practical joke, they sprayed Axe into the air vent adjacent to their sister’s bedroom.
She came out screaming that her room smelled like a middle school hallway.
The one constant in the boys’ jack and jack bathroom were the wet towels on the floor.
Or the empty toilet paper rolls that were too heavy to toss in the trash.
Or the conversations they shared at the end of the day.
My boys own product than me and my daughter combined. Their bathroom counter looks like a Sephora counter at the end of a weekend.
I may need to plan Thanksgiving facials this fall so I can take a new photo. #countdowntothanksgiving
When I made the farmhouse frame around the mirror, my older son could not wrap his head around the “Why?” “Mom, why did you add a frame? What was wrong with just the mirror?
These are the boys’ bathroom memories before we trasition to the boys to college bathroom remodel. I love the memoris, but I am very excited for new flooring (if those floors could talk), new tile and a new vanity.
I love my boys and I am so excited to begin the demo on the boys to college bathroom remodel. It’s not just a transformation of their bathroom it is a celebration of their personal transformations from high school to college.