FINALLY! I am so excited to show y’all this long awaited (myself included) master bathroom reveal. Mark and I still walk in and can’t believe it’s our bathroom. After two years of glitter walls and royal blue tile, we are still pinching ourselves! We couldn’t be happier with the results…I just found myself smiling as I scrolled through my first “Master Bathroom Moodboard + Inspiration” post. What a fun experience to see my vision (and pinspiration) come to life. In addition, here is the midway point post.
Just one quick (and necessary) before/after picture…
And now for the reveal photo overload. (There are a few more before pics here.)
*A FULL SHOPPABLE SOURCE LIST IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST*
The big double mirror is a STEAL from At Home…I used a 10% off coupon and paid $96 (total with tax!) for it. Can you believe that?! Bargain love.
We cannot rave about this vanity enough. A blind online order gone RIGHT! Did I mention the marble (and backsplash) came with it?! Eeee!
I love this view! Master bedroom reveal + details can be found here.
To make the double vanity work in this space, we had to relocate the door and the toilet. I’m so glad we shoveled out the extra cash to do this bigger reno. Having the double vanity makes SUCH a difference. It was so worth it!
White + gray — my two favorite decor colors! Swoon.
I knew I wanted an uninterrupted, pleasing to the eye, full subway tile wall. And, yep, I literally teared up when I saw it in person for the first time. Glorious!
Our contractor had the idea of extending the original shower out 4″ larger than the original to create a) a bigger shower for us and b) zero dead space between the vanity and half wall. It’s perfection, and I’m so glad he suggested it!
The random blue tile 5-ish-foot ledge (that was so odd) is now a much more practical and sensical shower seat.
Still drooling over these marble accents!
I was very particular with how I wanted this shower niche. I did NOT want it on the big wall because it becomes an easy eye sore when filled with all the things. And I knew I wanted it to be dual level…one for shampoo, conditioner, et.c and a smaller one underneath for exfoliant, face wash, razors, etc. It’s my dream little niche that juuuuuust barely fit on this wall between the two wood planks behind the drywall. (That’s why it’s not centered — with what’s behind the wall that’s the ONLY way it could fit.) Thank goodness. It was a close one, but our contractor made it work since I was so set on it. “I DO NOT WANT IT TO BE ON THAT BIG WALL!” Niche dreams come true, apparently. 😉
Shout out to my sister for those lovely pink peonies from her backyard!
I love this little corner. It’s more personal than it looks, but more on that in a moment. I have to tell you that I snagged these lovely sconces secondhand — $25 for the pair! I linked a similar look here.
The framed print is a sketch of my wedding dress that is also (not so surprisingly) silver and white.
And this little ring dish just makes me smile.
As you might’ve seen throughout our home, we’re slowly changing every vent to this fun and much more aesthetically pleasing wicker pattern.
Shop the Room:
Walls: SW Worldy Gray in Satin
Door: SW Anonymous in High Gloss
Grout: Mapei in Silver
Vanity Mirror (super big steal)
Sconces bought secondhand, no longer available (I linked a similar look above)
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Well?!? What do you think!? I’m sooo happy to enjoy this completely transformed space in the years to come!
P.S. Two reveals in a week!? Be sure to stop back on Thursday for the One Room Challenge reveal of Sterling’s nursery!! I’m totally cutting it down to the wire (and then some) as you might’ve seen on insta story, but it’s happening!