THANK YOU to Lowes Home Improvement for sponsoring this master bathroom project. Every single item in this bathroom is sourced from Lowes (except the art and vintage rug). When designing the bath, my goal was to create a warm, unique bathroom that is accessible to all.
Finally! We started planning and sourcing this bathroom about a year ago and while the actual renovation went pretty quick, well, life and babies happened! I’m so excited to share our master bath with you…
Here’s a reminder of how we reworked the bathroom/closet footprint to optimize the space.
Before there was this built in vanity nook that was wasted space for us. We enclosed that nook and added the square footage to the bathroom. Because of that, we had to move the entry doors for both the bathroom and the closet.
The bathroom was original to the house built in the 1960s. We lived in the house for about a year before we started the bathroom renovation. At least everything was neutral!
Here’s an overhead view of the before/after floor plan –
So, in the bathroom, the vanity placement remained the same as well as the shower. We added a free standing tub under that window and moved the toilet to where the built in vanity nook used to be. Closet footprint stayed the same – the door placement just moved.
I love looking at demo photos after a project is completed. They just make you feel good.
Above is where the toilet was (in that corner). Below is what used to be the shower/tub.
And here we are today!!
The hammered copper tub is the showstopper and gets all of the attention (as it should). It’s what tub dreams are made of….
I love how the wall paneling + paint color made such an impact. If these bathroom walls were painted white, the bathroom would be lacking interest.
This vanity mirror is a great example of a product sourced from Lowes that doesn’t look like a big box store item. It looks like a one of a kind, vintage mirror.
We opted to use the same tile on the floor and in the shower for a seamless look. The tile is a very budget friendly, basic penny tile that we paired with a beige grout color to add interest. This tile paired with white grout just wouldn’t have the same effect and would also feel out of place in this bath. I like how the warm grout color really compliments the surrounding tones in the bathroom.
I LOVE the fixed doors and how the shower is open. It feels so luxe.
This is my favorite view in the bathroom.
Copper Tub | Tub Faucet | Vanity (currently unavailable) Similar Option | Marble Vanity Top | Floor & Shower Tile | Mirror | Vanity Faucets | Shower Fixed Door | Shower Faucet | Shiplap | Paint Color (SW Retreat) | Ceiling Light Fixture (currently unavailable) Similar Option | Wall Sconces | Toilet | Wall Hooks | Toilet Paper Holder | bamboo window shade
After photography: Jenna McElory