Our Master Bathroom Makeover Reveal!

Friends! Today is the DAY! Master bathroom makeover reveal day!

I wanted to wait until the last little pieces had arrived and were installed before sharing the reveal of our master bathroom makeover with you all, so while it took a little longer than I had hoped, I am so excited to share what we accomplished!

To catch any of you up who may have missed THIS post, my husband and I traded in our weekend getaway to San Diego for a weekend making over our bathroom together. Canceling the trip was a very last minute decision so we didn’t have much time to decide what we wanted to do to, or what we could really manage, but we did our best and I am excited to show you!

Oh! And none of it would have been possible without the help from my in-laws, who still kept the kiddos for us over the weekend so we could make this whole endeavor possible.

So, just a few reminders of what the bathroom looked like before…

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And the afters!

We are still in awe over how it turned out! I would say the biggest difference is the floors. I painted and then stenciled a Moroccan pattern on them and I just can’t stop staring! Is it weird I kind-of want to sleep in here?! 😉 image2 copy 2

We also painted our gold shower door black, and gosh, that instantly made everything feel updated.

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We painted the cabinets in “Wall Street” by Sherwin Williams, and I bought some cheap nickel pulls from Amazon, painted them gold and then buffed them With Rub ‘n Buff to make them more bronze. I also used the same buffing cream on all of the hinges, too. image4

Another big change is that we put frames around our builder-grade mirrors and added some black hardware to give it some character. I am LOVING the difference! We also put up new light fixtures and added little “feet” under the cabinets to make them look a little more custom.

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A small little detail that made a big difference was changing out the doorknobs and hinges.

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I also bought some inexpensive faucets and again painted them gold and used the buffing cream on them as well.

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We then added some shiplap to both of the walls surrounding the bathtub to give the space some character, but to also cover the glass blocks we really didn’t care for.

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Another fixture updated with the same process.

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And to make everything a little more cohesive, we also added shiplap to the two little walls surrounding the door, which also covers where we may have had a few paint smudges from painting the cabinets! :)

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I am still looking for something to put where that tiny little metal vase holder is, so if you know of something you think would look great in this big spot, let me know!

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And just a small little detail, but we painted our existing towel holders which helped update the look, too.

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Who needs San Diego, right?!

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Tutorials on how we did some of these projects coming soon!

Sources: (Click on underlined words for links) 

Sink Faucet – (Gold Spray Paint ) (Rub ‘N Buff)

 Vanity mirrors

Cabinet Pulls

Turkish hand towels

Counter plants- Lowes

Bath towels HERE, HERE and HERE

Basket- Homegoods

Soap and Lotion- TJ Maxx

Bath mats

Shelf and everything on it except the linen spray is from Hobby Lobby

Linen Spray- Homegoods

Plant on Bathtub

Planter- Homegoods

Towel Pegs

Bath Faucet

Stencil for floors- Cutting Edge Stencils

 

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Comments

  1. Stephanie says:

    It looks so gorgeous! Thats sweet of your in laws to help with the kids. Gives you more time and energy to focus on the bathroom. You make it so convenient by having the resources listed out. You guys did an amazing job.

    • THANK YOU! I am just thrilled! And YES! It would have been SO much harder without their help! Thank you for the kind words!

  2. Desiree Weist says:

    Looks so amazing!! You are awesome. I just can’t believe the transformation! Great job! I think I would want to live in there lol

  3. I thought the before looked nice but the transformation is beyond AMAZING! You did such a good job!

    • Hahaha that’s kind-of what my husband I were saying, too! The before really wasn’t bad at all! Just wanted to make over a bit! Thank you for the kind words!

  4. WOW! I’m obsessed with that bath tub, and those floor tiles!! This is so beautiful!

  5. WOW a bathroom fit for a King! I absolutely love it. The floor tile are epic and the brushed gold handles/ taps are so lovely! Can you come and do my bathroom too please? 😉

  6. Wow! What an amazing transformation! You must be really happy with yourself. Nice choice on the grey cabinets and the rustic wood mirror. Thanks for sharing!

  7. HOLY MOLY! Your bathroom looks like a spa! I am in love with the tile!

  8. So beautiful and peaceful! This looks like a wonderful remodel! Enjoy!

  9. I love what you did here!! We’re looking into a bathroom Reno for our early 2000’s house and this totally inspired me!

  10. Looks amazing! I am definitely bookmarking this to make some small changes to my bathroom too!

    Denise // theelleaesthetic.com/

  11. Wondering if you can share the paint and colors for the floor- I love it so much and have been looking to do similar! You don’t happen to have a tutorial??? I love how they came out! Beautiful job!!

  12. Anonymous says:

    Luv the floors! Please tell me the type of paint you used and how well they are holding up.

    • I am so glad! I used 123 primer tinted to the white color I liked, and then Behr’s best paint for the dark gray and topped it with a poly!

  13. Stacey Magee says:

    Hi there absolutely stunning can you please share where the mirror is from?

  14. When painting your cabinets did you use a specific kind of paint? Any pointers?
    I want to paint mine!!

    • We used the best cabinet paint Sherwin Williams had, as recommended to me! Quality paint matters! And if painting over paint, it should adhere pretty well. If painting over stain, you’ll need to sand. :)

  15. What a transformation! I have a similar before bathroom but dont want to spend a ton of money to remove everything when I can use re-vamp what I have! Do you have a tutorial for your flooring?

  16. I forgot to ask too, what color did you use on your flooring?
    Thank yoU!

  17. What color was used on your flooring please? Thanks!

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