Hey sweet friends! I am so excited to share our Master Bathroom renovation with y’all today! It was one of those projects that we weren’t really planning on doing right away but then we found out the shower had a leak.
From there the vanities had to go and then the garden tub etc. etc. etc. You know how that goes, right? It’s a domino effect, one thing leads to another and then 6 (or 10) weeks later you have a brand new bathroom. 😂
Did you say a new bathroom? Yes, please! 😉
I’m not gonna lie, it was a mess for weeks!
There was dust everywhere and there was 100 different things going on in every direction! I mean for one, we had just moved and we were still getting settled. We had carpet installers here right before that. Floor refinishers, painters, you name it, if it had anything to do with remodeling it was probably going on over here!
The inspiration for this bathroom came from tile I had purchased from Bedrosians Tile A few months earlier. I knew I wanted it to be the starting point for our new bathroom.
I’m so in love with our floor! (OK, you know you’re a grown-up when you get so excited about new tile that you can’t even sleep! 😆)
I had also been dreaming about this Quartz countertop ever since I used it for a client. It’s from Kitchen and Bath Center I absolutely love the style it brings to the room.
It looks so pretty with our floors and our white shower tile.
I knew I wanted our vanities to be stained. I love the look of stained wood mixed with white! And I figure if I get tired of the stain later, I’ll paint it! It’s a lot easier to paint over stain then it is to try to strip the paint finish off. Right? Right! 😉
The garden tub was the first thing to go! Even though the leaky shower was what brought on this whole entire renovation. I knew I wanted that garden tub out of there the minute I walked in the room. I have wanted a freestanding tub for years! I ordered this One from Amazon.
I love the faucets that mount in the floor and spill into the tub. However, I didn’t want to spend more than I spent on the bathtub on a faucet. 🤷🏻♀️ I decided on this One because I loved the look of it and it was within my budget.
We partnered with Sinkology on the sinks and Pfister faucets for the vanities. I absolutely love them! I wanted the rectangular shape instead of a typical round or oval sink. I am so thrilled with the way these turned out.
When we first looked at this house I could see this bathroom. Not the way it looked at that moment but the vision in my head.
So the choices were pretty easy because I had a plan In my mind from the get go.
This week we are adding shiplap to this corner vanity wall.
We also have new lights on order. I will be adding more pictures once we have those installed. After that,just a few paint touchups, shoe molding and this project will be complete! Yayyyyy
Then it will be time just to sit back, relax and enjoy a nice hot Bubble bath.
Until next time sweet friends!