Our master bathroom has been done for months, but I finally got around to taking finished photos and now it’s time to share! This is the last of the four bathrooms we have remodeled/built in this house. As a reminder, this is a completely new room that was part of our small addition we put in on the back of our house.
The last time I blogged about the master bathroom, it was looking like this.
And here it is now all complete:
We installed white wainscoting on the bottom half of the walls and the top half is Lazy Gray by Sherwin Williams.
The shower is a combination of three types of Carrera marble tile: subway tile on the walls (from Floor & Decor), a small herringbone pattern in the niche, and an octagon pattern on the floor, both from the Tile Shop. And black granite on the bench seat and threshold.
Here is the other side of the room, which we hung 3 robe hooks from Target, and you can see the glass french door leading to our bedroom.
And here is the toilet “nook” area.
My very favorite part of the room is the Carrera marble herringbone floor (also from Tile Shop). It’s so so pretty. And the floors are heated!
We are very happy with the space and after 3+ years, are glad to FINALLY be done renovating bathrooms in our home.
Here is a full source list for anyone who is wondering where to get anything.
Wall paint: Benjamin Moore’s Lazy Gray; floor tile: Large Herringbone carrera marble from Tile Shop; shower tile: Carrera marble from Tile Shop & Floor and Decor, vanity: Cranbury from Home Depot; faucet: Delta from Home Depot; can lights and hidden exhaust fan: Home Depot; toilet: Glacier Bay from Home Depot; recessed medicine cabinet: this one from Amazon; floor mat: Bed, Bath & Beyond; roman shade: this one from Pottery Barn Kids; shower fixtures: Delta from Faucet Direct; grout: Polyblend bright white; soap pump/toothbrush holder: Bed, Bath & Beyond; trashcan: Bed, Bath & Beyond; wall art: Target; vanity light: this one from Lighting Direct; hand towel: Target; glass canister set: Crate & Barrel; toilet paper holder: Target; shower door: custom from a local glass company; french door: Home Depot.