When we moved in we thought the master bathroom was going to be one of the very first things we tackled. Ironically three years later and it is the LAST project we are officially doing her in this house - ha! We just kept putting it off as we were unsure what direction we wanted to go in (we had at one point considered knocking a wall down and enlarging the space so we could add a freestanding tub, but that would have taken away from one of the bedrooms) while we remained indecisive on this space we continued to work on making over pretty much every other square inch of this house. Well, finally this is the last space to tackle so we decided to finally pull the trigger on it. We ended up deciding it would be wisest to keep the footprint the same but because of the way the room was designed we are able to enlarge the shower by quite a bit. There was well over a foot of space behind the shower as well as space above it that was unnecessarily closed in. So, although the overall footprint will stay the same, the fact that we are going to be able to enlarge the shower a bit and use lots of light colored tile I think we will be able to make the space feel considerably larger. I am so excited. Here are all of the items that we are using in the space:
2 - Oval Mirror with Medicine Cabinet (two of these)
3 - Shower System
4 - Charcoal Vanity with Marble Top
5 - Sconce in Satin Nickel
6 - Kohler Toilet with this Seat
7 - Two Inch Marble Hex Tile Flooring with white grout
All of the links above are to the exact products we are using except the tile. We used a local tile company to order our tile but the links we provided are to the same tile that can be ordered online. The bathroom was gutted last week and the plumbing and the plumbing was all moved to it's new spots for the shower so this week the fun part of seeing it all start coming together will start.
Here's are a couple of before images of what it looked like the day we moved in:
You can also see the very inexpensive mini-makover we did on it here, while we were deciding on what we were going to do for the full remodel.
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