Hey, friends! As promised, I'm here to start sharing our progress reports. First up, the master bathroom. This room has come a LONG WAY in the past month. It's about 60-70% done now. It's functional, but not decorated yet. So it felt like a good moment to pause and share our progress!
Before I begin, here's a little refresher on how the bathroom looked before…
We LOVE the way the herringbone floors turned out. I shared a little more about that process here. It turned out beautiful and feels very fresh and clean.
When you look closely, you can see I still have some painting to do. I chose not to use the tile corner transition pieces. I think it looks more modern and clean this way, especially with the pattern I chose. So I just have to go through and paint all these unfinished edges with bright white oil-based paint.
For the walls in the bath/shower/toilet part of the room and also behind the vanity, we chose to do a crosshatch pattern with white subway tile.
You can also see our pretty brass faucet here. I had it metal plated and it was about half the price of what it costs retail. I'll share more about that whole process in another post soon!
Ugh—you can also see that I missed that silver piece. I missed a couple other drain covers you can't see too. Just adding that to my never-ending to-do list. No biggie.
For above the tub, I picked this Schoolhouse Electric chandelier. I love how it fits the space and creates balance.
For the vanity, I looked all over at a lot of different options and in the end went with this vanity from Amazon (I love that it's simple, white and real marble) and decided to replace the hardware with these beauties from Rejuvenation. The mirrors are from CB2. I have to say, they look about a million times nicer in person than they do on their website. I love them and they were a really good deal. The sconces are from Cedar & Moss. Love them. You can't really see here, but there are three of them.
Still need to replace the silver knobs that came with the vanity and add some kind of baskets or containers to that bottom shelf. Oh yes, and I'm hunting for a rug to go in front of this vanity and another one for in front of the bathtub.
I know I still have a lot of decorating to do, BUT we have a working toilet, shower, tub and sinks, and we can FINALLY move our clothes into a real closet. So I'm just gonna celebrate these milestones for a bit. :)) Thanks for reading! xx- Elsie
Credits // Author and Photography: Elsie Larson. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.