Wednesday, May 31, 2017

master bath renovation

We have hated this "Christmas" bathroom  since we moved into our house 7 years ago, but it a room that very few people saw, so we did other improvement projects first.  This summer we came home from vacation to water stain spots on our kitchen ceiling from the master shower.  We decided that would be the perfect time to fix the problem and the ugly bathroom.

The red paint and green tiles made the bathroom look so dark and small.  The whites and grays definitely brightened the room up!

We didn't use our tub very often and the shower stall was super small, so we decided to get rid of the tub and make a big shower!

There was a window above the tub that came out and we installed a new one that could get wet from the inside.  We frosted the bottom half for privacy but can still see out the top and it lets in lots of light!

The shower stall was super small so out it came!

Getting rid of the shower and extending the vanity really opened up the space!

The bathroom was just a hot mess before with no storage.

I love this clean look!

One last look at the hideousness that was our bathroom. Why did we have a bow stored in our bathroom you may ask?  SMH at my husband and his hobbies!

Simply beautiful!

The vanity and shower were the first to come out.

The sheet rock came down and the floor came up so the electricity and plumbing could be moved.

Work on the shower area.

Sheetrock was one of the few things Jason didn't do himself.

But laying the floor was all him!

I've got one smart and talented hubby!


He learned as he went!

Jason critiques tile work everywhere he goes now!

 Paint - Benjamin Moore - Stonington Gray
Floor - (I can't remember off the top of my head) will update
Marble - carrara gray
Cabinets - Medallion
Vanity lights - Lowes - Allen+Roth
Mirror and Shower Door - local glass place - A.C. Glass

Here are a few pins I pinned for inspiration.

I am so pleased with the finished project!

1 comment:

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