So I typed in “loo” into my Yahoo search bar to discover the proper spelling of the term used for a toilet or or a bathroom and quickly learned it is spelled just like it sounds (duh!). The first item that comes up in my options of delights to read is “Toilet” on Wikipedia. Let me just say that this, the Wikipedia entry for toilet has got to be one of the longest I have ever read and now I know more than I ever wanted to know about it. And you know you’re going to go and look it up now, aren’t you?
Our loo, and I mean this in referring to our bathroom not our toilet, has officially been updated with a double sink! We had it installed in the main bathroom in our house because of our growing clan, and it’s also a great selling feature. Potential home buyers love double sinks.
Now while I would love to go all “vintage” on it, the home stager in me says to keep it contemporary and neutral for the next happy owner of this loo. This nest is not our forever nest, so while we are renovating it to make it more our style, we are practicing some restraint. Permanent fixtures in this home will remain neutral. Our style and personality is being brought in by way of accessories and items that can be taken down or moved easily. That’s the key to living in the house you love, while still making it appealing to the masses.