Sunday, July 14, 2013

At Home: Master Bathroom Renovation Complete

Happy Sunday everyone!  Today I am going to share the completed master bathroom renovation!  We are so happy with the final outcome.  It is my favorite room in the house.  I designed this room to be peaceful and serene. It is an odd shape because we combined two rooms, but I think the final design makes good use of the layout!

To see the before pictures, head to this post.  It is really dramatic.

The view from the bedroom door.

I will share the shower with you another time.  It is amazing!  Right now, it is covered by a curtain.  The plan is to put in beautiful, frameless glass doors.  We will get there soon. The floor is one of my favorite design elements.  It is tile from Lowe's that we placed using a herringbone design.

This vanity wraps around the other side of the L-shaped room.  When my contractor and I were going through the room prerenovation, we were having trouble figuring out the vanity placement.  We brainstormed this and then I worked with the kitchen guy from Home Depot to create the vanity.  It is just as I imagined. Steve and I have our own spaces to get ready.

My side of the vanity shows some more details.  We went with tilt mirrors and schoolhouse lights.  There is no closet in this room so having enough storage was key.  I created the nook to hold towels.  It is empty right now, can you tell I have to do laundry? The basket holds extra rolls of toilet paper.

This is the view of the opposite wall.  We built in the shelf from Ikea and it looks so good.  I have my medicines and other things in the baskets and jars.  We built a pony wall to create privacy and to make a divided area.  Now, we have a changing area complete with a mirror that doesn't feel like it is right next to the toilet.

I went with shutters in this room, covering up only the bottom portion.  It is a really nice option as they can be opened for light or closed for privacy.

Another view showing the relationship between the shelf, my side of the vanity and the shower.

I love getting ready each day.  We did Ella's hair and got her dressed for her dance recital in this bathroom. I envision her using the space to get ready for her wedding one day!  A spoil that was truly worth the wait.

Vanity:  Baltic Bay color by Thomasville from Home Depot
Countertop:  RiverWhite Granite
Wall Color:  Gray Owl by Benjamin Moore Aura
Flooring:  Lowe's Porcelain Tile for only $2.48 per sq ft
Grout:  Natural Gray from Lowe's
Shelf:  Ikea Stockholm
Full Length, stand up Mirror:  Lowe's
Shutters:  Lowe's
Mirrors:  Delta from Home Depot
Vanity Lights:  Home Depot

I will be back next week to show the details as well as to share some tips on how you can decorate on a budget!


  1. Stacey, this is doesn't even look like the same room. You have done such a beautiful job designing everything. You have such a keen eye for those things!

  2. Dramatic change, indeed! Now, no wonder this is now your favorite part of your house. I like vanity wraps, and while not everyone likes to share their spaces when getting ready, this one is just perfect. On the toilet area, I would prefer if the pony wall is taller, for more privacy. Overall, I approve of your bathroom renovation! =) Arthur

  3. Stacy,
    I love this bathroom! We are about to move into a new house and I am looking for inspiration for my master bathroom. It currently has a brown colored floor and I love this gray with the brown flooring. I came over from Pinterest. New follower here.

    Emily @ Love, Pasta and a Tool Belt

  4. What a transformation! From tacky to luxurious, there's so much to like about your bathroom. But I have to say that my favorite has to be the vanity. The design is quite unique and it's excellent use of the space. I give it an A+ for form and function!

  5. This is awesome! I've been trying to do some bathroom renovation , and this gave me some great insight for things to try. Thanks for sharing!


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