master bath makeover

Soooo remember like way back in January when I started making over the master bathroom? 
It's finally finished! It sat at 90% done for 4 months (turns out having a baby is incredibly distracting), but I added the last bit this weekend! 

Remember the before? 

Because our bathroom is somewhat small for a master, I wanted to really play up the textures to make it more interesting. I also wanted to keep the color scheme calm and soft. 

Somewhere in the process of all of the changes we also ended up getting a new toilet- totally not planned (thanks leaky toilet, you suck). P.S...why is something you poop in SO expensive?
Moving on.

Aaannddd the after:


Here's what changed:
-New light fixture
-New faucet
-New toilet
-New shower curtain & rugs
-Added retractable mirror to wall
-Spray painted door knob
-Added knobs to drawers
-Wall shelving & decor

...sooo...like, everything.

Made a big difference!!

Hand towels// West Elm
Shower curtain & rugs// Target 
Light fixture// Lowe's
Shelves// Home Depot
Wall mirror & clock// Ikea
Knobs// a DIY using old knobs, jute rope & hot glue
Shelving decor// Tai Pan Trading

And on to the next! 

(the girls' room...YAY!)


  1. Love it! You are so talented and creative it all you do!! What color paint did you use?

    1. Thanks! It's actually a mix of two or three colors from valspar, but a close comparison is Palladian blue or pleasant valley blue by Benjamin Moore

  2. Love those hand towels. Totally snatching this theme/towels/shelves for our next place.

  3. Yeah we are still in the middle of bathroom makeovers... and we just did tile. No painting, no new cabinets. Replacing a toilet was involved. I was starting to wonder why I cared. But, I like your bathroom. It has put the fire back under my butt. I will keep going.


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