Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Master Bathroom Reveal

It's finally time for our Master Bathroom Reveal! I know you've all been patiently waiting to see how the remodel is coming together, so rather than wait until we're 100% complete, I'm giving you all a pre-completion reveal!

Master Bathroom Remodel Reveal

A little over a week ago we were able to "move-in" to our new Master Bathroom. It was a long time coming with a few hiccups with our plumber, but that first bath in my new tub was well worth the wait.

Coming through the door from the Master Bedroom, you walk in to see the tub straight ahead, and the awesome shower in the corner. Note: No, there's not a window in our shower, it's just a reflection on the glass. 

Master Bathroom Remodel Shower copy

We bought a cute basket from Target which will hold some of our awesome Nate Berkus towels.

Master Bathroom Reveal Tub and Basket

I'm in love with this floating vanity from Virtu USA. It's got a ton of space for all of my junk, and even a little bit more for Justin's things. As you can tell, the mirror hasn't been hung yet, but that's coming up soon!

Master Bedrom Remodel Reveal

Here's another shot of the vanity (I'm standing in the shower as I took this photo) and an awesome shot of our DIY Towel Rail.

Master Bathroom Remodel Vanity

A close up shot of our tub surround and faucet. 

Master Bathroom Reveal Tub Fixtures

And a far away shot of the tub surround (taken from the shower), as well as the toilet.

Master Bathroom Remodel Tub Toilet

And last but not least, a few close-up shots of the shower, which is our favorite part of the whole room!

Master Bathroom Remodel Shower

It's been amazing having a bathroom on the same floor as our bedroom. I feel so spoiled now!

Here's the final pieces of our Master Bathroom remodel yet to be done:
  • Floating shelves for extra storage
  • Hanging the mirror
  • Building a small shelf for under the mirror
  • Hanging plants/artwork on walls
  • Clean up the final little dust piles from the remodel for our "official" reveal photos! 
And jut to take a trip through memory lane, this room has made some BIG progress. It all started as a master bedroom + living room, then we took down the wall for one large loft-style bedroom.

Home Pictures1

That window back, right of this photo is the window that's now over our bathtub!! It doesn't even look like the same space.

Then six months ago we framed up some walls to build our very own Master Bathroom

Plumbing and Tub

And the rest is history (all chronicled here of course). I'm so proud of all the hard work we did. It really has come a long ways!
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27 comments:

  1. It's looking awesome, Kayla! I love how fresh and modern it feels. I'm gonna check out Virtu USA cause I'm in the market for a vanity, too. I love those floor tiles, too!

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  2. Absolutely stunning!! As a marble fanatic over here, I just can't get enough :D

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  3. Gorgeous and very "you"! You guys have worked your butt off and should be proud.

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  4. Your bathroom is just stunning! I can't believe all of the little touches! You thought of everything :) That shower is to die for! Love your succulent accents too :) I would have a hard time leaving for work every morning if that's where I was getting ready!

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  5. That marble tile is soooo gorgeous! Your bathroom looks great - I fully appreciate all the work you're putting into it!!!

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  6. It looks so good! I love how you use white/grays and then the "wood" for the vanity/flooring. They compliment each other nicely without being matchy-matchy.

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  7. Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments. We're SO happy to be in the space and soaking it all up.

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  8. That shower and tub is gorgeous! Good work!

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  9. Love! Beautiful bathroom. That shower tile is gorgeous! :

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  10. wow! bravo on a wonderful job.

    hope you'll stop by my blog soon and find lovely to love!

    michele
    http://hellolovelystudio.com

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  11. Great bathroom,modern and fresh!Congrats!

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  12. Wow! The whole room looks great, but those tiles on the floor of the shower are over the top gorgeous!

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  13. Wow it really looks wonderful. I will be featuring this tonight at my Swing into Spring party that opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I've Been Featured button. Thanks.

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  14. The bathroom turned out so well. Love the mix of finishes.

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  15. Your bathroom is beautiful, I love that shower & that vanity is insane!

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  16. This is so gorgeous! We'll be using very similar tiles when we do our bathroom- after seeing yours, I'm convinced on it. I just wish we could open up our bath to be bigger like you did! What a great reno.

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  17. It's so gorgeous! You have amazing taste! Can I ask where that rug is from?

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  18. How wonderful! Though the bathroom wasn’t 100% done back then, it already looks great. I supposed it’s finished now? I’d love to see the end result, and I hope it turned out according to your plan. Have a nice day!

    Lynne Hollaran @ Suburban Glass Service, Inc.

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  19. I am really amazed at how you, together with the plumber, remodeled you master bedroom. I love the bonsai on the tub surround as well as the DIY towel rail. You must be really happy with how your shower room turned out, as those glass walls and the floor really made it look more elegant. Thank you for sharing with us! :)

    Doug Lowe @ M & M Glass

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  20. Wow! I love that bathroom so much, especially the combination of colours and the clean, minimal feel. Is the bathroom small? The only thing that I would change would be to get a bigger bath with possibly massage facilities. A bathroom like this needs the ultimate relaxation experience. Fantastic effect and stunning design touch. I think black in the bathroom is just so cool.

    Wilfred Andrews @ LB Plumbing and Heating

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  21. Wow.....This is the incredible renovation done and this is looking attractive and awesome.

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  22. Beautiful bathroom! Thoroughly enjoyed this reveal!

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  23. Fabulous job!! It turned out gorgeous!!

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