WHAT A JOURNEY! What a labor of love! What a pain in the booty!
I never dreamed how much work it would be to turn a weird little bedroom into a glorious master bathroom. But was it worth it? YES.
This room started out as, what I would describe as a weird little room that’s too small to be a bedroom. It’s where we would throw random stuff that doesn’t have a home. The blueprints of our house call it the ‘sewing room’.
But since there’s only one full bath in the house (that we’ve all been sharing, obvi), we decided to make this room our master bathroom! We even relocated the doors from the hallway to our bedroom! The girls helped us tear it down to the studs.
Then came new plumbing, electrical, insulation, drywall, heated floors, tiling, etc! How about a little walk down memory lane?
What a wild ride!
We were so fortunate to be able to partner with Ferguson for many elements of this bathroom, and we are always floored by the quality of their products and the vastness of their selection (no matter what your style!). Their website really is a one-stop-shop for all things kitchen and bath.
Master Bathroom Reveal!
I will share a list of allllll the sources for this master bathroom at the end of this post. But I want to highlight some of our favorite things in this post! (you can also click here to see our Ferguson products and many similar items!)
Nick built the walnut bathroom vanity from scratch, and I’m SO OBSESSED with it. It brings so much warmth to this space! The counters are quartz, and the rectangular undermount sinks are Kohler (through Ferguson).
I love the shape of these mirrors. They’re unexpected, but also feel classic in a way. And the way they’re flanking the sentimental stained glass art that my mom made makes me SO HAPPY! I love incorporating sentimental things into my design. (still need to paint the trim around the stained glass, but we can overlook that, right?)
Nick built this cubby shelving into the little wall next to the toilet, and I love how pretty AND practical it is. (just like him) 😉
Would you look at this pebble flooring?! I can’t get over it!
We’re making our way around the bathroom, aren’t we?! I made this towel rack with my own two hands using leftover walnut from the vanity. IT’s a knockoff from Rejuvination, and I looooove it. This side of the room really needed some warm wood tones, and it feels so perfect here!
Guys, I never thought I was into taking a bath, but I’m an entirely different person now. This tub has changed me. Every bathroom needs a soaker tub.
Honestly, that window was just screaming for a tub in front of it, so even if I still didn’t love baths, I would have NO REGRETS. And look at that tub filler! So classy!
And this light? I didn’t decide on it until every single other element of the bathroom was finished. I wanted to be able to stand back, look at the room, and decide what it NEEDS there above the tub. And I’m so glad I waited! Doesn’t it look like bubbles? Perfect for above a bathtub!
Master Bathroom Sources
Below I’ll source every single thing in this bathroom for your reference! Let me know if I forget anything.
- Soaker tub
- Tub Filler
- Hexagon tile (floors and shower walls)
- Heated Flooring
- Shower Doors
- Shower floor (pebbles)
- Drain Kit
- Shower head / Trim Kit
- Bathroom Fan
- Vanity Lighting (can’t find the link!)
- Wall Tile (behind vanity)
- Counter (quartz)
- Wall Color (white straight out of the can)
- Window Trim Color: SW Tricorn Black
This master bathroom has truly been a labor of love. I don’t think I’ll ever get over how gorgeous it turned out. How is this my bathroom!
Thanks to everyone who followed along on this master bathroom journey and cheered us on! And who of you remembers our bathroom makeover in the last house? I still miss that bathroom!
Who’s ready for the next project! Any guesses?! 😉
Psssst! Be sure to check out our friends at Ferguson! Their selection really is unmatched, and we loooove that they have knowledgeable experts that are available for FREE, 7 days a week! Just make an appointment to speak with them by phone, email, or chat. So convenient!
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