Our bathroom is DONE! I'm so excited to finally show you pictures and details of everything. If you missed my post sharing the before images CLICK HERE. You can see what our bathroom looked like during demo as well.
First up, sliding barn door! We originally had a door separating our toilet and shower but we wanted one big room instead. It always felt so cramped going in our shower and we felt like taking that out would just open everything up. Well it totally did! The bathroom looks massive compared to what it looked like before. So since we took that little door out we needed something to give us a little privacy. We found our door at Home Depot. It was unfinished so we bought a stain there to match our vanity. It came out a little lighter than I thought it would, but I actually love it. It's kinda nice that it's not super matchy matchy. The hardware is also from Home Depot. We had our wood guy stain and install the door for us. We have learned that we have to just hire people to do things for us or else it'll never happen!!
The paint we chose for the walls is Benjamin Moore Grey Owl. It leans a little blue/green in our room but that's what I was wanting. I didn't want full on blue paint, but I also didn't want a basic grey. This color really gives us the best of both worlds. It is a soothing color but really goes well with everything.
Let's talk about our shower! Our shower head, shower door, toilet and sink faucets were all provided from American Standard. I am SO impressed with how they all look and perform. The shower head and sink faucets are from the Patience Collection. This collection focuses on vintage elegance, exactly what I love! I love decorating with classic styles so I don't get sick of them in a year! I went with chrome to tie in with our kitchen and guest bath. CLICK HERE to see our guest bathroom and HERE to see our kitchen. Also the shower head is a 3-function rain shower and gives the most relaxing shower ever.
We did a hexagon marble tile for the shower floor and wall cubby. For the shower walls we went with classic white subway tiles. To mix things up I chose a vintage inspired tile for the bathroom floor. I found it from Wayfair and fell in love with the worn vibe. This was a huge piece of inspiration for the rest of the room. I like how it adds a little color but can still act like a neutral.
I really wanted a large shower cubby. I use a lot of products and wanted them all to have a space. We decided to place it across from the shower head so when you walk into the bathroom you don't see it right away. I feel like it makes the shower look cleaner since it's kinda hidden.
Can we have a moment for this toilet? It self cleans! It's called the VorMax Plus and every time you flush it gives your bowl a nice clean and refresh. Umm can we say AMAZING!? The VorMax flush alone cleans 2X better than conventional toilets with just water. Andrew is pretty excited about this haha!
We had a hard time finding the perfect vanity. I love the one we ended up getting. The color adds such a richness to the room and there is so much storage. The top is marble which is beautiful but definitely stains! I have to wipe up any water after I use the sink and be careful with what I put on top. It makes me glad we went with quartz in our kitchen because marble is definitely high maintenance.
The medicine cabinets were something we wanted to do after we used our guest bathroom so much. We have one in there and got so much use out of it when our master bath was under reno. It adds so much usable storage that is was a no-brainer for us.
The last feature of our bathroom is on the opposite wall of our sinks. These prints make me so happy. I had the print of the bible verse made after Andrew and I found a verse that we thought we be great to read at the beginning and end of each day. And the print of the ocean reminded me of Santa Barbara which is the vibe I was going for in here. I bought the digital download and had it printed at Staples.
I hope you all love it as much as I do! Renovations are definitely a pain in the butt, but it's always so rewarding in the end!