Here it is right as we were moving in:
Then I added some accessories, since I was still pregnant with the baby, and it wasn't such a big deal to just stand my son up on the counter to change him:
And now, with a little baby, here is what it looks like now:
It is one of the most functional spaces we have. The top drawer under the changer holds baby diapers, sensitive wipes, and an extra outfit. The second drawer holds diapers for our son, and thick wipes. The bottom drawer holds extra toilet paper and trash bags for the trash can that is just on the other side of the door, in the toilet room. The potpourri (from Ikea) works great to mask odors, and the basket on the counter is for baby laundry like burp clothes and blankets. This lets me avoid trooping upstairs each time the baby spits up. The little tray under the hand wash was a wedding gift, and I love how it fits right in to the color scheme. Notice the small potty under the bench in the toilet room. It works both as a potty for potty-training, as well as a step so our daughter can reach the handles to wash her hands on her own.
It's different from the master bath upstairs, but both are given over to the practicality of life with little kids.
I link to these awesome parties:
Sunday: I Heart Naptime, Stephany Hyder, Nifty Thrifty Things, Home Savvy AtoZ Monday:Between Naps on the Porch, Sumo's Sweet Stuff, Thrifty Decor Chick, Alderberry Hill, Debbie Doo's, Home Stories A to Z Tuesday:Coastal Charm, Tip Junkie, My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia, Carolyn's Homework, Made in a Day, Our Delightful Home, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Get Your Craft On Wednesday: Savvy Southern Style, Crystal and Co, Power of Paint, Newlyweds Recipe Linky, It's Overflowing Thursday: The Shabby Creek Cottage, Made in a Day, House of Hepworths, the 36th Avenue Friday: Serenity Now, Tatertots and Jello, The Shabby Nest, Thirty Handmade Days, Addicted 2 Decorating, Funky Junk Interiors, The Grant Life