This was our largest Reno yet!! And I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out. The original bathroom was awkward, it did come with a ton of counter space but only one tiny sink and no where to place a makeup chair. It also had a plastic shower insert and these weird brass and glass sliding shower doors.. so to me the whole thing was a gut job.. the only thing that survived was the walls :)
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BEFORE.. clean but awkward vanity layout, plus it was missing a tub.. but not for too long ;)
Bye bye old bathroom..
We tossed and turned with layout ideas.. It wasn't a super large space so we really had to think about it. The corner wall was knocked out to open up the bathroom a bit more. . Originally we had planned to put the tub where we eventually put the vanity and have 2 smaller vanities when you walk in straight ahead.. But then the tub would have gotten lost in the corner.. SO we decided to install tub basically straight ahead and keep a larger single vanity to the right..We would have loved a double sinks but there just simply wasn't enough space in this bathroom for more than one.. a small sacrifice for a fabulous tub!
Shower Tiles Close up:
For the shower we kept it the same size as before but added a tiled bench. The shower floor tiles are done in a neutral marble basket weave tile. The main shower wall served as a huge Accent wall for the room. We chose mini marble subway tiles. To save on the budget the two other shower walls were tiled in a simple white subway tile. And to tie it all in we added 2 tile stripes in the same marble tile as the Accent wall.
We added a hidden spot/ledge for all
my our shampoos and bath products
The Vanity is from Rona. It was originally dark brown wood (see above pic) but I painted it BM cloud white. I loved the shape of it and the beige marble top. It reminded me of a white vanity from Restoration Hardware that was way out of my budget.. so I just painted it to achieve the same sort of look.
I chose to add a little sparkle by using Restoration Hardware Crystal knobs... I just love them. I have used them in every house. Even in the kitchens.. But I always remove them when I sell! As most buyers don't fully appreciate them as much as I Do.. and at $14 a knob it gets damn expensive.. so onward to the next house they go ;)
The Pottery barn train rack/ towel holder and bath caddy. (Sorry for the Blurry Picture!)
Paint Color- BM Elmira White
Moulding/Trim Paint Color- BM Cloud White
Freestanding Tub- Rona
Bathtub Caddy- Mercer line Pottery Barn
Tub vintage look faucet- Home depot
Shell Light over tub- Home depot
Chrome Train Rack- Pottery Barn
White towels- Homesense
Vanity- Rona (Painted white)
Crytsal knobs- Restoration Hardware
Medicine Cabinet/ VanityMirror- Rona
Wall sconces- clear-out at Home Depot
Vanity Faucet- Martha stewart Harbor line
Millwork- My handy Husband.
Shower Faucet- Uberhaus Gaia from Rona
bamboo bench- Homesense
Round Mirror- Homsense (Wrapped the rope around myself)
Shell Shadow boxes - Homesense
White Bath Mats- Homsense
Glass shelves with iron brackets- Vintage shop find
Large Floor Mirror- Urban Barn
House of Hipsters - Found & Foraged Linky Party
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