Master Bathroom Inspiration

Master Bathroom Inspiration

We’re just getting back from New Orleans and I’m full of inspiration for our Master Bathroom renovation. The city is filled with a mixture of vintage, modern and traditional and I love every second of it. I’ve pulled together my inspiration and a few achievable looks for our Master Bathroom. But first, you’ve gotta see the current state.

Functionally, I’d like to turn the half wall by the toilet into a pocket door with a transom (to allow more natural light into the room). Inspiration: Stained Glass Window or Transoms Direct TR-1.

For the window textiles, I think it would look like to install a cafe curtain rod. Will allow us privacy, but provide the most amount of light.

Inspiration.
Before.
Looks.

Look 1.
Vanity – Design Element London 84″ White Double Sink
Lowe’s – $2,199
Wayfair – $2,800
Toilet – Kohler Memoirs Stately Toilet – Home Depot – $349
Wood Beam – Maple Faux Wood Beam – 3 in – Lowe’s $134
Faucet – Antique Brass Faucet – Amazon – $58
Tile
Floor: White Matte Hexagon Porcelain – Floor & Decor – $4.97/sq ft
Shower: Ceramic 3″ x 12″ Subway Tile – Lowe’s – $1.29/each
Accent Wall: Old Mill Thin Brick Systems Colonial Castle – Lowe’s – $61.26/Box of 50
Hardware
Bradbury 3 3/4″ Bar Pull in Stain Brass- Wayfair – $9.46
Successi Round Knob in Stain Brass – Wayfair – $5.00
Shower Hardware – Kohler Shower Head- Vibrant Polished Nickel – Wayfair – $534.04

Look 2.
Vanity – Lexora Dukes – Lowe’s – $2,479
Mirror – Vintage Fixed Mirror [Chrome – 23″ x 35″] – Pottery Barn – $349/each
Toilet – Kohler Memoirs Stately Toilet – Home Depot – $349
Tile –
Floor: White Herringbone Porcelain – Floor & Decor – $2.49/sq ft
Shower Walls: Marble Subway Tile in White 4 x 12″ – Wayfair – $10.59/sq ft.
Shower Floor: Hampton Carrara Cobble 12 x 12″ – The Tile Shop – $19.99/sq ft.
Shower Hardware:
Kohler Shower Head – Polished Nickel – Wayfair – $109.28
Kohler Cross Handle for Thermostatic Valve – Polished Nickel – Wayfair – $319.35

Look 3.
Vanity – Whatman Barn Furniture – Etsy – $2,195
Toilet – Kohler Memoirs Stately Toilet – Home Depot – $349
Tile –
Floor: Bella Picasso Blanco – The Tile Bar – $7.99/sq ft
Shower Walls: Villa Artisan Oyster Ceramic Subway Tile – Floor & Decor – $1.29/each
Shower Floor: Eden Antiguan Sky Penny Tile – The Tile Bar – $10.50/sq ft
Shower Hardware – Kohler Cross Shower Head – Vibrant Brushed Nickel – Wayfair – $534.03
Faucet – Kohler Widespread Faucet – Vibrant Brushed Nickel – Wayfair – $576.64

Look 4.
Vanity – Mason Double Sink Vanity – Pottery Barn – $3699
Mirror – Vanity Pivot Mirror [Antique Bronze – 27″ x 35″] – Pottery Barn – $349/each
Toilet – Kohler Memoirs Stately Toilet – Home Depot – $349
Tile –
Floor: Star and Cross Tile – Fireclay Tile – $35/sq ft
Shower Walls: Terra Cotta Subway Tile in White – Wayfair – $11.59/sq ft
Shower Hardware – Kohler Shower Head- Vibrant Polished Nickel – Wayfair – $534.04
Faucet – Kohler Purist Widespread Faucet – Vibrant Polished Nickel Wayfair – $723.11

Do you have a favorite look?!?!

2020 Home Goals

2020 Home Goals

Kitchen – Part 2. In 2019 we started the Kitchen Updates and there are sill some things left to do.

– Paint the Cabinets
– New Hardware
– Update Hinges to Soft Close
– Update Electrical Outlet for Stove (Covert from 220 to 110)
– Update Lighting over Sink
– Kitchen Table Face Lift. Make a New Top for the Table, Paint & Stain
– Make Drawer Pulls for Cabinets.
– Install the Plate Wall.

Kitchen After Phase 1
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2019 Home Goals – Report Card

In early 2019 I created a list of Goals we wanted to accomplish in our home throughout the year. Here’s a look at what we listed and how we did on our goals.

1. The Kitchen. B+
– New Appliances – A+
– Spruce up our Kitchen Cabinets – Either paint or purchase new – F
Raising the Cabinets a few inches (?) – A+
– Install a Backsplash – A+
– Fresh Coat of Paint – F

Our Kitchen was the crown jewel of 2019. I cannot wait to take it further in 2020 buy painting the cabinets, updating the lighting, hardware and our kitchen table.

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What I’m Digging: December

This time of year can be draining. The weather starts to hit and you just want to curl up with a warm blanket by the fire (or Netflix fire). When the holiday’s hit, I feel a little more drained every year.

When we lived in Texas, it was great to fly home for the holidays. I had a small list of very close friends and family that I made intentions to see – the rest of the time was spent recharging with my family. Now that we’ve moved home, Vacation Days are filled with projects around the house – we have more holiday parties to attend, and life simply has gotten crazier. It is all good things – I’ve found that I need to change my approach to make sure I’m getting recharged.

This year, I’m hoping to be more intentional about spending time with loved ones.

  1. Unplugging – Attempting to loose my phone a little more – or leave it in the other room and appreciate the moments.
  2. Relaxing – It may mean cleaning the house a little more on week nights, but I want to take away as many simple excuses to not lean into this season.
  3. Schedule Fun – Sometimes it can feel so stressful and overwhelming with the million work and family parties. Schedule a date with your gal pals to make sure you’re taking care of you too.
  4. Shop Early – Shop early and don’t overthink it. I start making a list of Christmas Gift Ideas in January, keep a note on my phone and add it as people mention things they’d like. I took my long list of ideas and went wild on Black Friday and Cyber Monday to get some deals on the items I knew people would love.