Instead of a full to-the-studs renovation I updated a few key pieces in my Master Bathroom and I’m absolutely thrilled with the results! Check out this before and after transformation.
I am not one of those people that believes you need to spend a ton of money to get a great space. You can definitely spend your money smarter and end up with a great renovation. Let’s take a small walk down memory lane to my old master bathroom.
Rough. This is after I’d already painted it and done my best to accessorize. The color is Sherwin Williams Morning Fog (that you’ll see echoed in my Master Bedroom reveal later). The MAIN problem with this is the blue countertops and sinks. Let me tell you that they showed every bit of everything and constantly looked dirty. Not great. Since I didn’t want to spend a ton of money I decided to keep the vanity below and change the hardware, countertops, mirrors, and lights.
The marble was a small remnant I found, the backsplash fabulous tile is found from TileBar.com, I painted the mirrors, and the lights are the Maxim Lighting Rondo, rectangular sinks are from Kohler, hardware I found at Restoration Hardware, and the faucets is from Kingston Brass. I had my electrician, plumber, and fabricator do the lights, sinks, and countertop but I did the tile and hung the mirrors.
I seriously hate cheap hardware. It’s so inexpensive to update it! All of the metal I used is Polished Nickel, which is my absolute favorite finish. It’s so much softer than polished chrome.
Overall I am extremely pleased with how this came out! I definitely took this builder grade bathroom up quite a few notches without going crazy and breaking the bank. I call that a win-win.