Here’s the latest Master Bathroom Remodeling Pictures. I’m so in love, guys!
Well guys, it’s been 7 weeks and 2 days since demo started on our Master Bathroom Remodel and I’m sorry to say that it’s not finished yet. But I do have some pretty Master Bathroom remodeling pictures and updates to share with you. Yay!
I had hoped I’d be able to finish in time for the One Room Challenge big reveal day. But, oh well, bathrooms and kitchens just take longer than other rooms. And, I missed a weeks worth of work for a family vacation.
Don’t worry though! I will finish soon and I’ll keep sharing the projects and updates from this remodel. And, the big reveal should be in just a few weeks. So, be sure to subscribe to my newsletter, follow along on Instagram, or on my YouTube channel to keep up with our Master Bathroom Remodel.
Now, on to the latest Master Bathroom remodeling pictures. I’m so in love with this bathroom already!
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Master Bathroom Remodeling Pictures and Update
So, if you saw this post on IG, you know I’ve been happy dancing about finishing the grout on our shower. Now all of the tile and grout work for this bathroom is finished. 🙂
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Here’s a look at the shower, a bit of the tub and my husband’s vanity. Now that I’ve finished the shower tile, I can have a shower door made. So, I’m working on that today. I also want to point out the new light/fan fixture over the shower. More Master Bathroom Remodeling Pictures with that update, coming soon.
It used to be just a light there with a really ugly bulb. The fan was in that ceiling area over the vanity. By switching to a combo light/fan, I was able to remove 1 more thing from that ceiling and give it a simpler, cleaner look. I shared that DIY Plank Ceiling update a few weeks ago.
We started using this pretty rug runner from Target outside the shower 4 or 5 months ago. I love how pretty it looks in here! If you go with an oriental or traditional rug runner over a normal bathroom rug, just be sure to not pick a material that can’t handle water.
Check the instructions for how to clean the rug and the material it’s made from before deciding what to buy. A rubber backing is helpful in the bathroom too. Here are some great rubber back rug runner options on Amazon that might work in your bathroom.
You can find the details on this beautiful marble tile in the last bathroom update with some of my tile install tips too. I found that 6″ wide marble threshold for the shower at Floor and Decor. It looks so polished and pretty. I could hug it, or at least step on it daily. 😉
The outside of the shower and inside of the shower niche I built are trimmed with Schluter Aluminum Tile Edging. You can find that Edging in lots of styles and colors to work with any style of tile and bathroom. It’s pretty easy to install and perfect for hiding unfinished edges on tile.
If you saw the video I made to show how to frame in a new shower niche, you might remember that I used to have a tiny niche that only held my face wash and a razor. Everything else was on the floor. Well, that isn’t a problem anymore. The new niche holds 5 supersized bottles. Which is 2 more than we actually need in here. So, yay again!
That Schluter is so pretty, right?! It took me forever to tile and grout this shower. OK, maybe not forever. Probably about 8 or 9 days, but it was so worth it. I love everything about this shower.
And that new beautiful deep drop in soaking tub is A-Mazing. It’s the deepest tub I’ve ever been in. I had to have a little video fun on IG to show you how deep it is.
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Look at that shiny chrome! I love these new fixtures. Shiny chrome just feels a bit like adding jewelry to this room. That marble look quartz counter top is beautiful too. It’s made by MSI Surfaces. Most quartz dealers should have it.
The square under mount sink shape seems to go with the classic marble design elements. What do you think???? I’m totally pinching myself
Just look at this. I’m all “heart-eyes” over here.
Those fantastic carved wood mirrors are from Pottery Barn. I knew they were perfect the minute I saw them. They go about a foot higher than the old mirrors. That brings the eye up and takes advantage of those dramatic 10 foot high ceilings. These Master Bathroom Remodeling Pictures really don’t do the color and tone of that wood justice. They are stunning.
That little water closet will be getting a quick wainscoting update to match some of the other rooms in our house and some art work. I hate a boring water closet or powder room. You can see proof of that in my Modern Farmhouse powder room makeover here.
The whole room just feels larger and grander with the new light paint color, larger mirrors, and higher shower design.
Here’s a look at the bathroom from our bedroom. So, so, so much better than those before photos I shared a few weeks ago, right? 🙂And, one more look at these Master Bathroom Remodeling Pictures before I get back to work. Wish me luck, I hope to have this finished in 2, maybe 3 weeks. Bye for now, guys!
ORC Master Bath Makeover Plan – 6 Week Plan
Click the links to see details and pictures on each project from this remodel.
- Paint the Walls
- Add a Plank Ceiling Feature
- Remove and Replace Bathtub
- Remove and Replace Shower
- Add a new Shower Niche
- Remove and Replace Flooring
Replace Vanity Mirrors Change Vanity Lighting Change Shower Light and Fan
- Replace Vanity and Bay Window Counter Tops
- Paint Vanities
- Change Vanity Hardware
- Replace Toilet
- Add Wainscoting to Water Closet
- Build or Buy Main Wall Art
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