When walking through our completely gutted home, I catch myself saying “I think this is going to be my favorite part”… in almost every room. But really, I am sooo looking forward to this master bathroom. Before the reno, our master bathroom only had an insert shower, leaving one bathtub for me and the kids to share upstairs. Couple that with a small corner inset shower that we’ve been living with the past year, to say that I am excited for a bathtub of my own is an understatement!
In this post...
There were a lot of factors that came into play when designing this space. In our old master bathroom, the floorplan was a bit confusing and left a lot of wasted space. I wanted this new space to function well for both of us. With functionality at the forefront of our minds, I decided to plan the bathroom with two separate his and hers sinks. Justin jokes that we will have a competition of who can keep their vanity the cleanest. Remind me to let you know how that goes!
Next, we decided to tuck the toilet away in its own little space with a door to grant some privacy. I was indecisive on whether I wanted a tub surround or a freestanding tub. Freestanding tubs have seemed to be the trend for quite some time now, but I liked the thought of having somewhere to sit my soaps or prop my iPad to Netflix and chill while I soak in my boiling hot bubble bath. Ultimately, I decided on a freestanding tub to really pull from the look in my inspiration photos.
I find myself referring to designs by Amber Lewis and Shae McGee for interior inspiration. My taste is Transitional with a hint of Modern Farmhouse. I really want to base my home on simple, calming interiors that are brought to life with warm colors, a mix of textures, and softening textiles.
For the master bathroom, our plan is to paint the walls Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee (creamy white) and bring the trim and cabinetry to life with Sherwin Williams Agreeable Gray. A few years ago, Justin and I were on a trip to New York City where we stayed at the Intercontinental Barclay. I fell in love with every aspect of the hotel, including the gray and brass tones used in the bathrooms. I wanted to find some way to connect this mood to a slightly rustic feel that will tie into our master bedroom.
What are your favorite elements of this mood board? Let me know in the comments!
I'm a South Georgia girl making strides in the world with big dreams and a heart to serve others! I'm the champion of planning, organization, and being a perfectionist (hello, type one ennegram.) I'm really glad you're here!
If you're confused about where to get started with passive income, let this list be your guide.
You'll also be added to my email list, but don't worry... I only send my best tips and encouragement. You can opt-out at any time.
We all know Instagram and Facebook won't always keep me in your feed. Make sure I have your direct line for my latest dream-building encouragement and inspiration!
South Georgia-based multi-passionate entrepreneur just here to help others figure it out. What would life look like if you could create the business that you've been dreaming of? Let's discover those possibilities together!
back to top
Leave a Reply