MASTER BATHROOM REVEAL

This bathroom has been a long time in the making and while most of the work was completed before I started my blog, I finally finished this room up!

Here are a few before photos. Nothing horrible, but definitely not our style. The bathroom was a huge selling point for me on this house because I could see all the potential in this space.

The first thing I did was redo this shower – I’m going to put together a dedicated blog post just for that because dang, that was a project and a half. The new and improved shower is awesome, though, if I do say so myself. Like, it might be the best thing about this whole room!

Then I laid these great large hexagon floor tiles (I have a tutorial on tiling here). With how in style these are right now, I was shocked at how difficult it was to find large hex tiles that didn’t cost an arm and two legs. I found ours at Floor and Decor and their low price point still saved us money even after having to pay for really expensive shipping.

This was a picture I took mid-project, so that grout haze is all cleaned up now 😉

I knew I wanted the walls white but I also knew I wanted a little color, so I painted the vanity BM Polaris Blue after seeing this inspiration from Studio McGee.

Studio McGee

Here’s my tutorial for how to paint vanities.

Jordan replaced the light fixtures with these that I found on Amazon and we matched the hardware to the stuff I just put in the laundry room, which matches the new faucets perfectly (which I can’t find the link for anywhere! We bought them over a year ago, so they could be discontinued).

Does that crooked drawer bother you? Because it bothers me. Every. Single. Day.

I tried out BM White Dove on the walls, but even though I love it where I’ve used it in other spots in my house, it was reading really green in here. So I repainted it BM Simply White and it couldn’t be a prettier white.

After using this bathroom for over a year with no towel hooks (see, I don’t actually have my life together haha), I finally figured out the placement and installed these for bath towels and these for our hand towels. I also built a few thin floating shelves to go over the hooks for some texture and warmth and because, well, is there a room that’s not made better by shelves? Haha.

Okay, so there are too many elements of this room that I love so it’s impossible for me to pick a favorite, but I do really, really love this little water closet. I installed this olive branch wallpaper right over my textured walls and over a year later (keep in mind we live in a very humid place), it hasn’t budged an inch. Then I put faux shiplap around the bottom half of the room and bam. Super cute place to use the restroom (lol).

And that’s that! I can finally check our master bathroom off as “done!” At least until I find something else to add or tinker with in there 😉

With love,
Mercedes ♥

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