master bathroom remodel

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

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A year ago we bought a fixer upper home out in the country. It wasn't all too bad, except for all 4 bathrooms. I was 7 months pregnant and could not move in with the bathrooms in its current state. I took some before pictures, but somehow lost them all. Since I don't have any 'before' pictures to show you, I'll try to paint the image for you. It was a 1980's original blue toilet and matching bathtub. It was tiny and there was a wall that separated the toilet/shower/sink and vanity. Awkward, ugly, and non functional. So we went busy to work, I pinned my life away finding inspiration on Pinterest, and within a month we got the bathrooms redone so that we can move in.

We ended up knocking down a wall to open up the space and make things more functional. I also decided to go with mirrored vanities to make everything look bigger.






I really wanted to get a claw footed tub and just make a small standard shower, but I don't think we have the space for all that. So, instead I found this deep soak tub and I really love it. We also just went with a neutral gray theme and used Carrara marble as black splash.





Not pictured are the initial towel hooks from Anthropologie and the toilet ( I figured, you all know what that looks like). Also, do you know how hard it is to take pictures of a mirrored bathroom without getting yourself in the image? ;)

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