Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Newly Renovated Master Bathroom

Hey Everyone! So I am so excited to show you guys our newly renovated master bathroom! It's been one of the first things I wanted to do ever since moving in two years ago. We'll we finally did it. Prior to the reno, the bathroom was, once again, the old 60's style powder pink and blue that we absolutely hated. On top of that, the shower door was cracked and water leaked to the floor every time we opened it. The toilet was also very rocky due to the floor being slightly (well, majorly) sunk in. Floor tiles were loose, and it was just a complete mess. Here's what it looked like before:





Yes, our master bathroom is SUPER small. I knew I'd have to be smart with design to make it stand out. I decided the light and bright was the way to go. So we called a contractor we found on Craigslist (oh Craigslist...), got a decent quote, and he got right to work on demo. He demolished the entire bathroom. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. My entire bathroom gone in a matter of hours. I was taken aback, but I knew that I was going to be thrilled with the end result--a brand new bathroom all to my liking.




For the next few weeks (yes it took my contractor a little over a month, smh), I was in and out of Lowe's and Home Depot looking for the right things to make our bathroom come together. Here is the list of the things I bought for the bathroom:

1) Style Selections Leonia Silver Porcelain Tile
2) Kohler Wellworth Toilet
3) American Olean Mooreland Carrara White Ceramic Tile
4) American Olean Delfino Stone Paradise Blend Pebble Mosaic Tile
5) TEC Skill Set Sanded Powder Grout in Silverado
6) Lancaster Glacier Bay 24-inch Vanity
7) Glacier Bay Framed Medicine Cabinet in Copper-Pewter
8) Hampton Bay Brushed Nickel Bath Bar Light
9) American Standard Chatfield Brushed Nickel Sink Faucet
10) American Standard Chatfield Chrome Shower Faucet
11) Sherwin Williams Stone Isle Paint (Flat) 
12) Custom Glass Shower Door

The bathroom was coming together and I loved every minute of it. 







Leonia Silver Floor and Wall tile

Chatfield Bathroom Sink Faucet



Finally the bathroom was done and I couldn't believe I designed such a calm little retreat. The neo-angle shower glass came from a glass company in New Jersey.

Here are the final pictures:

Glacier Bay Medicine Cabinet Mirror Framed Recessed Mounted

Kohler Wellworth Toilet

Elite Shower Doors


Bathroom Renovation Ikea Plant




What do you think?

Keywords: bathroom, renovation, lowes, home depot, design, reno, white, gray,  tile, faucet, neoangle, toilet, kohler, vanity, light, medicine cabinet, recessed, glass, shower door, silverado, grout, marble, carrara, ceramic, tile, olean, mooreland, leonia, porcelain, soap dish, contractor, bath fan, stone isle, sherwin, paint, repair, home, master bathroom, suite, small, corner, remodel, hgtv

2 comments:

  1. New site is solid. A debt of gratitude is in order for the considerable exertion. TNG Services

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  2. I love these color tiles in your house.

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Newly Renovated Master Bathroom

Hey Everyone! So I am so excited to show you guys our newly renovated master bathroom! It's been one of the first things I wanted to do ever since moving in two years ago. We'll we finally did it. Prior to the reno, the bathroom was, once again, the old 60's style powder pink and blue that we absolutely hated. On top of that, the shower door was cracked and water leaked to the floor every time we opened it. The toilet was also very rocky due to the floor being slightly (well, majorly) sunk in. Floor tiles were loose, and it was just a complete mess. Here's what it looked like before:





Yes, our master bathroom is SUPER small. I knew I'd have to be smart with design to make it stand out. I decided the light and bright was the way to go. So we called a contractor we found on Craigslist (oh Craigslist...), got a decent quote, and he got right to work on demo. He demolished the entire bathroom. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. My entire bathroom gone in a matter of hours. I was taken aback, but I knew that I was going to be thrilled with the end result--a brand new bathroom all to my liking.




For the next few weeks (yes it took my contractor a little over a month, smh), I was in and out of Lowe's and Home Depot looking for the right things to make our bathroom come together. Here is the list of the things I bought for the bathroom:

1) Style Selections Leonia Silver Porcelain Tile
2) Kohler Wellworth Toilet
3) American Olean Mooreland Carrara White Ceramic Tile
4) American Olean Delfino Stone Paradise Blend Pebble Mosaic Tile
5) TEC Skill Set Sanded Powder Grout in Silverado
6) Lancaster Glacier Bay 24-inch Vanity
7) Glacier Bay Framed Medicine Cabinet in Copper-Pewter
8) Hampton Bay Brushed Nickel Bath Bar Light
9) American Standard Chatfield Brushed Nickel Sink Faucet
10) American Standard Chatfield Chrome Shower Faucet
11) Sherwin Williams Stone Isle Paint (Flat) 
12) Custom Glass Shower Door

The bathroom was coming together and I loved every minute of it. 







Leonia Silver Floor and Wall tile

Chatfield Bathroom Sink Faucet



Finally the bathroom was done and I couldn't believe I designed such a calm little retreat. The neo-angle shower glass came from a glass company in New Jersey.

Here are the final pictures:

Glacier Bay Medicine Cabinet Mirror Framed Recessed Mounted

Kohler Wellworth Toilet

Elite Shower Doors


Bathroom Renovation Ikea Plant




What do you think?

Keywords: bathroom, renovation, lowes, home depot, design, reno, white, gray,  tile, faucet, neoangle, toilet, kohler, vanity, light, medicine cabinet, recessed, glass, shower door, silverado, grout, marble, carrara, ceramic, tile, olean, mooreland, leonia, porcelain, soap dish, contractor, bath fan, stone isle, sherwin, paint, repair, home, master bathroom, suite, small, corner, remodel, hgtv

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2 comments :

  1. New site is solid. A debt of gratitude is in order for the considerable exertion. TNG Services

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  2. I love these color tiles in your house.

    ReplyDelete