The time is finally here to share our complete master bathroom renovation reveal!!
I can’t even believe it. Six weeks went by fast but unbelievably slow at the same time. This was by far the hardest project we have ever taken on in the Min home. I pushed myself physically, emotionally and mentally for this renovation and I can’t believe how it turned out. It is even better than I imagined and worth all the sweat equity we put into this space. Today, we finally get to share with you our master bathroom renovation reveal hosted by Jeffrey Court’s design competition. By the way, Jeffrey Court is leaving the voting up for one more day so please be sure to vote today!! THANK YOU!!!
This post is sponsored by Jeffrey Court but all thoughts, styling and uncontainable joy are my own (and Jimmy’s). 😀
Before I share the reveal, let me humbly remind you where we started.
We originally had a standard builder grade bathroom. We hadn’t planned on renovating this bathroom but we experienced some water damage which started this whole journey. We hadn’t used our shower in 1o months! Our son, JJ finally got his shower back.
Basically, everything was yellow toned including the walls, lighting and tiles. I’m not talking about the cheerful pretty yellow either. We have slowly been getting rid of all the muddy yellow and beige wall colors in this home for the past 7 years.
It all started with demolition. It has to look way worse before it starts to look better.
This was the point of no return when our toilet sat in the tub. Ha!
After 6 grueling weeks of physical and mental labor, here are our results. We couldn’t be more thrilled.
New wall paint color is Alabaster by Sherwin Williams but color matched with Behr at Home Depot.
CAN YOU EVEN, because I…just….can’t. That my friends is hours upon hours of labor poured into each tile.
Can we take a moment to just stare at and appreciate the beauty that is this tile. I went with the 8×12 Carrara inkjet tiles from Jeffrey Court and I chose a snow white grout. It’s fresh, clean and absolutely stunning.
We also tiled our bathtub and it looks brand spankin new. I’m not a bath person but I think I’m a convert now that my bathtub looks like this. I might even take a nap in there because I never want to leave. #gimmeapillow
Instead of looking forward to our next big vacation, (which I hope is through Jeffrey Court!) I decided to bring that feeling into our bathroom. I wanted the bathroom to feel like an oasis and add that luxury type of vibe that you experience in boutique hotels. The wallpaper is bold, cheerful and acts as the perfect contrast against all the bright tiles.
I hung small baskets to hold some of our bath and hand towels. You know function combined with style is my jam.
Sorry but I had to. When you haven’t used your shower in over 10 months, you get naked and take the best shower you’ve ever had. Gosh, I’m so happy to have it back. The kids keep wanting to take a shower in here too. I don’t blame them!
My vanity has never looked better. I’m so excited about this inexpensive shelving Jimmy added where I can store all my skin care products instead of all over the top of my counters. They are looking so pretty up there! On another note, I got all my stitches removed and my toe has healed nicely.
The wallpaper and lighting are an unexpected addition to this space. I love that I was able to add another print in the bathroom and this one just makes me all sorts of happy. I painted the back wall in the water closet the same green as the cabinets.
I’m happy to report that soon, I shall no longer sport man hands as that has been the current situation of my poor dry hands after days and days of tiling, caulking, grouting and dry wall patching. #jankyhands
I painted our cabinets using Behr’s, “Black Evergreen” from Home Depot and the color is a rich and moody deep green. I have been digging dark green since last Fall and it just felt right in this space with all the white tiles. We also replaced our counter tops and sinks for these matte quartz with rectangular basins.
I’m afraid it’s going to take me at least double the time to get ready from now on because I’m going to want to take my time in this new space.
The octagonal mirror and curved wicker chair are also from Home Depot.
This is Jimmy’s side. Some more masculine elements keep it simple and tidy on his counter like that vintage bamboo tray, matte black ribbed soap dispenser and jar. I think every space needs a couple of vintage items for some character to balance out all the new pieces.
All of the new cabinet acrylic hardware is from Liberty along with the towel rings. They completely elevate the cabinets and instantly add a chic modern update. I drilled additional holes into the cabinets to display a combination of pulls and knobs.
Did you know faucets could be sexy? The black onyx finish on these are absolutely gorgeous and the pulls are so unique. You know you have a love for design when you can ogle over faucets and hardware.
Mixing metals together with wood tone elements keep the space warm and not too matchy matchy.
I could never do these projects without my other half. Jimmy is such a good sport. He’s my electrician, plumber and amazing DIY partner. We survived the biggest project to date and we learned ALL THE THINGS. Our kids saw us during the process of the renovation and kept cheering us on saying how proud they were of us. #uglycry They joined us in some of the DIY portions of this project and this was another example of teaching them what it looks like to work hard together as a team and create something beautiful with your own hands.
We learned how to demo, tile the floor and tub, remove a toilet, reattach it, install crown molding, figure out plumbing issues and so much more. I’m so proud of what we did! Thanks to our sponsor Jeffrey Court for inviting us on this amazing renovation design challenge. I hope that this inspires you to learn something new and maybe tackle your very first tiling project. If we can do it, so can you!
A huge thanks also goes out to all of our other amazing sponsors. We couldn’t have done it without you! Thank you for helping us create the most beautiful bathroom we could have wanted. It’s surreal to see what you dreamed in your mind actually turn into a reality. The hard work was definitely worth it.
Last but not least, thank you readers for following along and cheering us on! Thank you, thank you, thank you! The winner will be announced tomorrow!
Sources from my generous sponsors:
- Jeffrey Court: 8×12 Carrara Inkjet tiles
- Liberty Hardware: Octagonal mirrors and frames 26″x 34″, acrylic pulls, acrylic knobs, towel hooks, hand towel rings, toilet paper holder, light switch covers, outlet covers
- Wallpaper Boulevard: Tropical print, Butterfly print
- Lighting Design Company: 3 light vanity fixture by Feiss above mirrors, water closet semi-flush mount
- Kingston Brass: black onyx finish faucets
- Bath Express: shower
- Minted: Venice framed photo and Abstract art above my counter
If I’ve missed a source, I’m happy to share them with you. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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