Sunday, January 22, 2012

Aaaa-mazing Master Bath

Well the house may not be done but its sure lookin' good. We are over budget and 2 months behind schedule but I can forget all about that when I walk into our gorgeous master bathroom. I love everything we picked out for this space and I have zero regrets with this space.


This was our original thought of how the master bathroom sink area would look. We have lots of storage with the linen cabinet for towels and extra toiletries. The linen cabinet was something we added last summer to the plans after thinking about more storage for the bathroom. Originally we just had double sinks along the entire wall. So we gave up some counter top space for the vertical linen cabinet. Good choice we think.


So here we are standing in the master shower looking at the vanity as it is today. We have two custom frames for mirrors above the sinks and soon the vanity light will go in the center


Oil rubbed bronze robe hooks are just within reach outside of the shower. We had thought about having chrome fixtures but after seeing the dark cabinets in the room we made all the fixtures ORB


This is the nook where the toilet will be, its next to the shower but tucked away a bit. This is also the best view of the floor tiles. Currently most of the floor is covered by paper to protect it till move in day. We went with a large rectangular beige ceramic tile in a brick pattern for the bathroom floors


This just makes me so happy! This copper metallic hexagon tile is perfect for the shower floor. About a month ago we found out the tile for the shower we ordered was back ordered so we had to change all the tile in the bathroom. It ended up working out better than we could have hoped for.


We love the way the copper tiles on the floor pull out the veins of brown in the cream/beige wall tiles. We went with a 9x12 wall tile in a brick pattern to give the shower more of a custom feel. We love rectangular tiles and they make a bigger statement that traditional 12x12 tile


We have dual shower heads! That was on our must have list for the new house. A soaking tub just wasn't important to us but a large walk in shower was a priority! We have two chrome shower heads and maybe one day we will add a rain shower head in the ceiling.


This is the wall niche in the shower for storing all our shower stuff. It is the same wall tile and trimmed out with bull nose trim to finish off the edges. We have two 12x12 boxes and a 6x12 niche on the bottom for razors and soaps


Here is the view from the bathroom looking into the walk in master shower. The shower is 7 feet by 5.5 feet and it feels huge! We are so happy with our decision to have a long rectangular window in the wall of the shower, it lets in a nice amount of natural light.


We found the counter tops for a steal at Menard's. They are called Golden Delight and are solid granite and came with a 4 inch back splash and two white ceramic sink bowls.


The bathroom is almost finished. We just need the mirrors in and the a few lights installed. We have a light between the mirrors and a pendant that hangs from the ceiling. One more shower head needs to be installed in the shower and this baby is done!


We are about 2-3 weeks away from move in at this point. So fingers crosses no more delays.

1 comment:

  1. Looks AMAZING Chels! So happy for you and Kyle! Can't wait to see the finished product!

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