Hello + welcome to this tiny space on the internet! I created this blog (+ changed the name twice since) 14 years ago as a creative outlet from my career in the emergency room as a PA. After spending the past 7 (or so) years on social media outlets, I have decided to delete all of the ones associated with this blog and get back to the heart of blogging.
I spent quite a while going over the master bathroom remodel and how I wanted it to look. I changed my mind quite a few times but finally settled on an inspiration board (you can see that here along with the before pictures) and went with it! I am incredibly happy with the results and taking a shower in here is like taking a shower in a resort spa! I feel like I am on vacation when I step in here! I wanted it to have a touch of farmhouse, romance and modern all in one.
You can scroll all the way to the bottom of the post for the sources of all the items you can see here!
When it comes to room design, there is no rhyme or reason for me, I just go with it. I knew that I wanted this wallpaper because I have been eyeing it for years so I started with that. From there, I chose the vanity. I knew I wanted a wood vanity but I changed my mind a few times with the tone/color of the wood. I am SO happy with this darker wood choice because my original plan was a lighter wood. After choosing the vanity, I found the sconces. These three items were what I based the entire bathroom design on and I am really happy with the overall result!
Start to finish, the whole process took about 4 weeks. We had to wait for the installation of the glass shower door for a few weeks after that but otherwise it was complete and usable! We contracted this whole project out because both of us have very little time for any projects and we have been saving for this project for quite awhile! Including material/labor – the entire project cost around $19,000. I always get questions about that so I wanted to share because it gives you all an idea of how much you need to save. You can definitely save money by choosing a cheaper vanity or glass shower door. We went with a custom shower door so it was more expensive!
Mirror – sold out but here are a few similar options:
Floor Tile | We used a light gray grout so that it blended in well but also hid the dirt!
Sconces | I have no idea but I think these make the bathroom! I just feel so cozy and “at home” with these in here! When I bought them, I wasn’t sure how it would work out but it definitely worked out for the best!
Vanity, Sink Faucet, Toilet Paper Holder | Signature Hardware
Bath Mat | I have had a ton of questions on this mat! I got it from Anthro last year but they still stock it!