The farmhouse bathroom renovation has begun and I could not be more excited! What an amazing birthday present for me (tomorrow)! I have been aching to renovate our bathrooms since we moved in 2.5 years ago and this is the first one in the lineup! So many of you were asking about the details so I wanted to provide them for you here. You can also catch my Instagram stories daily from now until it’s finished to see the daily progress 🙂
Farmhouse Bathroom Renovation
I wanted to have one statement piece in this bathroom and I found this floor tile TWO years ago and scooped it up in hopes of using it one day. HA. I do realize I am a crazy person 🙂 We just found out today that I didn’t quite order enough and the store I bought it from no longer had it in stock. However, I was able to track it down and order one more box – phew! I am so excited to see all of this come together!
I love how the vanity has open shelving on the bottom but STILL maintains some drawer space up top! I love the look of this one but I will be changing out the handles to black handles! I will also be changing out the sink faucets to antique brass. I purchased these ones from eBay and love the look of them! The walls will be “Swiss Coffee” by Benjamin Moore with “Simply White” trim. I will also have beadboard halfway up as seen in the image on the left! I am still unsure about the mirrors. They will definitely be oval but I don’t know if I should go with these wood ones here or these antique brass ones here! Gimme your vote in the comments!
Lastly, the door we had opened up in tho the bathroom and the bathroom is small enough where the door was just in the way so we are putting up a sliding door!
I went back and forth with the tub FOREVER and I was just about to give up when I decided to ask all of YOU on Instagram stories which tub you had at home and loved. Well, there were so many votes for this one here and we went with it! It has great soaking depth and has a nice paneling in front which adds character. We are going with classic subway tile for the shower and of course, the floor tile that I featured above!
Stay tuned for the little details as we progress in the next week or two!