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Before and After: Master Bathroom

I'm excited to finally share with you my master bathroom renovation! Alex and I began the project last May, which then turned in to an insurance claim. Read all about it here. We did a lot of repairs on our own, and some things were completed by a contractor. It took about 3 months to complete, and I'm happy to say that I love my bathroom.  We have officially renovated both of our bathrooms in our home, and it has made a huge difference! See our guest bathroom renovation here.

You can see that the original bathroom did not have front doors and opened up in to our bedroom.  Mornings weren't fun when one of us had to get up early, cue bright lights to the face.  So, we added french doors for privacy. Another huge change was we took out the door and wall that were the entrance to the toilet/shower. Our bathroom feels ten times larger!


Renovations: 
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- New shower with white subway tile, clear glass door, Moen hardware and a higher shower head
- Removal of door/wall between the vanity and shower/toilet
- Removal of cabinet above toilet, replaced with DIY floating shelves
- DIY Board and Batten installed by Alex
- Removed the horrific bamboo print wallpaper (that took forever). Painted the walls Nebulous White by Sherwin-Williams
- Painted ceiling bright white
- Painted trim and cabinets Snowbound by Sherwin-Williams
- Replaced cabinet hardware
- Replaced sink faucets (American Standard)
- Replaced Vanity light
- Added larger toilet (after Alex broke the original with a sledge hammer) 
- Removed 2 medicine cabinets and filled in holes
- Added 2 towel rings and replaced toilet tissue holder
- Removed large vanity mirror, replaced with two rectangle mirrors
- Extended the wall near the entrance of the bathroom to add French Doors (found the doors on super clearance at Lowe's)
- Landscape Prints: Emily Jeffords via Minted
- Frames: Target
- Bathroom Baskets: HomeGoods


This has been by far our most expensive renovation project to date, but thanks to State Farm, it was much less expensive than if we had done it all by ourselves! Our next project will be finishing our kitchen (countertops, backsplash, new sink), but we have to do quite a bit of saving before we can start. 

So, what do you think of the renovation? I hope you like it as much as I do!

8 comments:

Miss Louie said...

What an amazing Before/After job!!! That is SO MUCH WORK! I love everything about your new bathroom- the paint, the cabinets, the shelving. Very tranquil and fresh! Love it!

Ashley Hargrove said...

Love it!!! Y'all did an amazing job!!

Johnny Hernandez said...

That's a very rewarding final product, even just from the vantage of design. You've certainly knocked it out of the park there. The next thing you'll have to do is to work on all the little details to make your bathroom more resonant in terms of comfort, than just ambience. Thanks for sharing that! All the best!

Johnny Hernandez @ Ripple Systems

Wilfred Andrews said...

That was pretty extensive! The doors are indeed most welcome. Along with privacy, they help distinguish the separation of the rooms a bit more clearly. And it’s great that you've made further renovations in the bathroom as well. You can take the opportunity to fix up the plumbing, as well as improve upon the faucet and other amenities at the same time. Anyway, thanks for giving us a glimpse of your home improvement projects. Cheers!

Wilfred Andrews @ LB Plumbing & Heating

Lovella Cushman said...

Wow! The progress and development of your master bathroom is totally present. I think installing a door is really a good step in order for your to have perfect privacy. It's also good to know that the plans for your new home are all well on their way. In any case, thanks for sharing that, Jesse! All the best!

Lovella Cushman @ Perfection Plumbing

Jesica Smith said...

nice

Benson Chapman said...

Using white shades always makes a small space look larger. Good use of colour I’d say. Oh and a friend recently used your strategy of having the finishing touches done by a professional. I must say the end result looks great. It also is a good idea to get opinions from a professional plumber before you begin just to make sure you've got the pipe work right.

Back2life bathrooms said...

This is awesome! I've been trying to do some bathroom renovation , and this gave me some great insight for things to try. Thanks for sharing!

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