TGIF! We are SO looking forward to the weekend and can finally say with a huge sigh of relief, our Master Bathroom Remodel is Complete! It only took about 14 months….
In February of 2016 we decided to do a minor master bathroom remodel. We were going to simply tear out the existing shower and enclosure and redo it. The builder installed a plastic shower pan on the floor of the shower and it was stained and discolored. No amount of bleach or cleaning products would make it look decent again. And the old glass enclosures were stained with hard water and the gold finish looked tired and outdated. Time for a refresh! This is how the bathroom looked LAST February…
Well, as things tend to go, one thing led to another and we decided to remodel the entire bathroom! Here it is mid demolition:
We looked to Pinterest for inspiration for our new bathroom. This bathroom became our inspiration, due mostly in part it had the exact layout as our bathroom, except shorter ceilings.
Long story, short, here is how it turned out! (With about one million steps in between.)
The new claw foot tub:
The original cabinets, primed and painted with new hardware. Also new white quartz countertops.
Revamped chandelier which I painted and added clear crystals:
The new polished chrome hardware from Restoration Hardware:
The Venetian Mirror:
The 18″ x 18″ Carrera Marble floor tiles:
The marble & black tile for the shower floor:
The sconces from Restoration Hardware Outlet and smaller medicine cabinets by Allen & Roth:
New undercount sinks by Kohler and faucets by Moen.
The new and fabulous “comfort height” toilet also by Kohler:
And for the “Library”. 😉
I’ll do an entire list of products and a cost breakdown soon. I’m sure we spent a lot more than we originally intended but by doing all of the demolition ourselves we saved a ton of money. Also by doing the project over a long period of time allowed us to pay for each piece of the project as we went along. Now the entire bathroom is completely renovated and completely paid for! Hopefully the remodeled bathroom will be a great selling feature when it comes time to sell the house.
I still need to find some artwork and do a bit of decorating but I couldn’t wait to show the “finished” pictures. We love how it turned out! I took us a lot longer than we thought, but that’s okay. Now we get to enjoy it! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a fabulous weekend! xoxo Dell & Brad (my husband, best friend, and partner in crime/remodeling.)