One year into this house and I am so excited to finally be getting our master bath remodeled. Well, I wouldn’t really call it a master bath, there’s nothing master about it. It’s a tiny box with a tiny shower, a toilet and sink. But it hasn’t been renovated since this house was built in the 60s I think, except for the floors. We are currently interviewing contractors and thankfully, Tim is leaving this all up to me! Usually he has such high design opinions but not this time. I’m picking everything out on my own and I couldn’t be happier! So much easier to get stuff done when you don’t have to compromise! So here’s what I've picked!
Marble shower with a glass divider. Our shower will be a bit smaller than this one and with no window, obviously:
I'm thinking this pattern of marble for the bottom of the shower floor so that not everything is rectangular shaped marble:
White vanity with marble top (unfortunately, we can't fit a double sink in our bathroom) and Kensington mirror from Pottery Barn:
A small light above the mirror such as this one:
A natural stone tile floor, that makes a smooth transition from the current tile throughout the house to the bathroom, which I haven't picked out yet.
I’m sticking with all white, of course, to make the little space seem a bit bigger and with the cottage look to fit the current style of the home. We will be making the bath just a bit bigger by removing a small vanity with a mirror that’s just outside of it. I currently use it for putting on makeup but I'd rather get rid of it use the extra space.
Stay tuned for before and after pictures! I don't think I've ever taken a picture of how the bathroom currently looks.