Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Master Bathroom, Stairwell & Closet Progress

We're here today with another progress update on our Master Suite remodel. We're 99% done and so excited to share our big reveals with you, but first, a progress update.

Please note, we'll share all of our materials, sources, and paint color in our big reveal photos coming in the next couple of weeks. 

In the master bathroom, we painted the walls a pretty grey and added in some mildew resistant mixture which is recommended in small bathrooms.

Mildew Resistant Mixture
Mildew Resistent Paint for Bathroom


We installed our floating vanity.

Installing Floating Vanity
Installing the Vanity


We installed our Pre-Hung Bathroom Door.

How to Install a Pre-Hung Door

And had our lighting fixtures installed.

Master Bathroom Light Fixtures

I've already shared a few photos of our Master Closet, but found some progress photos that I wanted to share with you. Here's Justin building our custom closet!

Installing Closet System
Installing Custom Closet System

Then we painted & primed the closet system, painted the walls and had our light fixture installed!


Master Closet Organization


We've primed and painted our sliding door for the stairwell/master bedroom.

Painting Doors

And we've spent a TON of time on our new stairwell. While Justin ripped it apart and leveled them out, I started staining the stair treads to match our laminate flooring on the main floor of the house.

Stairwell Progress
Staining Stair Treads


And there you have it. We'll be sharing quick tutorials for installing the vanity, the sliding door for the master bedroom in the next couple of weeks. And of course, the big Master Bathroom reveal will be coming soon too! Get excited!

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12 comments:

  1. Hi Kayla,
    Just found you on Maria's "Tuesdays At Our Home" party. I absolutely am thrilled for y'all that you are making your home...YOUR HOME! I know it is going to be great. I can hardly wait to see the finished remodeling.
    Thanks, Helen

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  2. Oooh! So much happening! I'm super interested in hearing how replacing the treads went. Thinking we might do that down the line in our house!

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  3. Wow! Lots of work, but it's lookin' good! Love that vanity! :)

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  4. Wow, you guys have been busy! I never knew about adding a mildew resistant mixture into the paint. Makes sense though. I love the vanity you guys picked out, too. Looking good!

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  5. Nice work. Looking great. Cheers from a fellow Twin Citizen.

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  6. You guys are powering through the renos - kicking some absolute butt!
    We are replacing all our internal doors soon and was going to use a paint brush to paint them but now I think we might have to invest in a paint sprayer, much easier by the looks of it :)

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  7. Way to go! You are making some beautiful spaces. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. We are in the middle of our master bath renovation as well. I love your vanity!

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  9. It is looking great! I can't wait to see the reveal.

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  10. LOVE your light fixtures! I can't wait to see your fabulous closet! I'm having some MAJOR home envy right now!

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  11. Your bathroom is starting to take shape. That floating vanity is really cool looking. I really hope that you plan on posting after pictures as well. I would love to see how everything looks all put together and in its place. I have a feeling that it will end up looking really nice! Thanks for sharing this.

    Earl Mark @ Eastway Lock

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