Hey girl hey girl! I last talked about our bathroom about a month ago here. I showed you my plans for my master bath in this post back in February. Well, it is slow going, but we have made some significant changes in the bathroom, so I thought I would show you what it looks like today, since I cleaned and all.
First up, a small but significant change- I bought a new shower curtain! It’s not the same as the one on my inspiration board, but I love it! I have had a thing for ruffled shower curtains for a couple of years now, so when I saw this one at Homegoods for $20, it jumped right into my buggy.
The wicker shelf was a Goodwill find. It was a good “For Now” solution for this wall, but it probably won’t stay forever.
It holds had towels, wash cloths, and a few other things.
Here you can see the new counters and the new sink. And the lovely lighting over the sink, which will be replaced.
We had this counter installed along with the new sink. We used the same faucet we already had. The counter is from Wilsonart- called Calcutta Marble, and I love it! I chose not to have a backsplash when I had these counters made, because I am going to use some white subway tiles to make a little backsplash. I recently purchased the white milk glass lamp off of Craigslist. You can see that I have paint sample taped up on the vanity. Still trying to decide on a color, obviously grey. Any opinions? (Yes, that is me in the mirror, hehe)
Purchase a cabinet to hold towels.
- Caulk under the shower door.
- Repair Shower door.
- Remove ugly soap, towel and toothbrush holders from wall.
- Re-caulk other areas of shower door.
- Paint walls.
- paint vanity and put on new knobs.
- replace counter and sink.
- replace light fixture over sink.
- Frame out Mirror over sink.
- Install chandelier over bathtub.
- Replace shower door. (Dreaming)
- Paint grout on floor and paint small accent tiles.
- Install shelves on left wall over bathtub.
- Remove towel rack.
- Replace silver toilet paper and hand towel holders.
- Completely rip out shower and bathtub and replace. (This is merely a dream and will never happen)
- Patch wall where things were removed.
- Replace faucets in shower and tub area.
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