Finalized our master bathroom ideas board for the upcoming renovation! The original style board I was playing with wasn’t quite fitting the bill so I decided to work from scratch and I am FINALLY excited about this final style board! Now, to make it come to life! Our master bath is from the 1970’s (as if you couldn’t tell) and most of the tile is cracked and in poor condition. I CANNOT wait to have everything torn out of here! I am slightly embarrassed to reveal these before photos but this is the state of our bathroom as of this morning! I threw the majority of our crap into the vanity to spare you 😉
I know, you are all VERY jealous of that shower but I am SO sorry I don’t have a link for it 😉
I cannot even wait until these before pictures become a distant memory! You also don’t have the full before view because the toilet used to be mint green too! That was about the first thing to go when we moved into this house and I was about 8.5 months pregnant – threw that thing right out the damn window.
NOW, for the fun part! Here is the style board that most of you got a sneak peek of in my IG stories last night!
The vanity I had originally chosen just wasn’t sitting well with me. Our huge problem was that the vanity that is currently in our master is 40 inches. NO ONE in the world makes 40 inch vanities unless they are custom so I went with a 42 inch vanity originally but I wasn’t sold on the way it looked. I ended up going with this 36 inch (37 inch counter) one instead and I know I am sacrificing space on top and underneath but I will just figure it out 😉 OR just minimize all of our crap! Our flooring will be the hexagon tile above with a light grey grout. We will be tiling the entire shower with herringbone style subway tile and it will have a glass door! We aren’t going with that exact shower faucet style since this is just a stand up and not a tub but I am linking the one I purchased below!
We will be putting bead board halfway up the wall with a chair rail, just like the bathroom remodel that was done last year! The window will be a “farmhouse style trim” and the wallpaper will be above the chair rail!
If you want to see our previous bathroom transformation (the kids bath), you can read about that here!
SHOP the items from our style board below:
Faucet and vanity are from Signature Hardware!
Our project will most likely start towards the end of this month and will take about 4-6 weeks. Bathrooms are tough! Easy to gut and long to rebuild! I will be moving over all of our things into the kids bathroom where will we reside until it’s finished! I will be sharing daily progress of it over on my stories for those that want to tune in!