The master bedroom and bathroom were an addition to the house at some point (the main house was built in the 1930’s). The bathroom especially was in need of an update, so we gutted the room down to the studs and rebuilt it. Every time we renovate a bathroom, I really question my sanity. Maybe one day it will get easier.
We painted the walls and trim throughout the house with Sherwin Williams paint. The walls are “Snowbound.” All of the trim throughout the house is Dunn Edwards “Foggy Day” color matched to SW paint. I really love the warm neutrals of both of those colors. When you’re renovating an entire house, it’s so much easier (and less expensive) to stick to the same colors if possible.
The shelf above the door was just made with a wood board from the hardware store and some IKEA EKBY brackets. I use those brackets all over our house. They are so inexpensive and easy to hang.
Throughout the house, I decided to keep the fixtures pretty traditional and classic. I really love this widespread sink faucet in polished nickel. The white knobs are my favorite part.
I had my heart set on a classic, ceramic sink with polished nickel legs! I found what I wanted on the Kingston Brass website, and the quality is really amazing. I couldn’t believe how heavy this thing was! You can see it here.
I always love adding thrifted pieces to a new space so that it feels more personal and loved. I have a hard time passing up little woven baskets and marble trays at thrift and antique stores. They can be used in to many different ways!
The vanity lights are a bit more modern than most of the other elements I chose for the room, but I do like to mix things up. I felt like they still had a classic enough shape to fit well in the space. They are the Ashleigh sconces from the Mitzi collection at Hudson Valley Lighting. All of the lighting we have from them is absolute top notch in quality. I’m pretty sure I squealed opening these up for the first time. I loved partnering with Hudson Valley on this project and would recommend them 100%.
The mirror is actually a medicine cabinet from Signature Hardware! I really love the hidden storage.
The plan is to build a cabinet behind the toilet like we did in our Sears house bathroom. There is a roomy closet behind that wall, so we will borrow some space from that to put in more storage for the bathroom.
The rug is from Rejuvenation and it was on sale for $23. Pretty hard to pass up! They have since discontinued it, but they have lots of other flatweave rugs!
The shower stool is technically not water proof. It’s from IKEA (the NORRAKER) and we put a couple of coats of water proof sealant on it. Hopefully it holds up. I’m on the lookout for the perfect teak wood stool that doesn’t break the bank.
I bought these Amber Bottles several years ago and they have held up really well! I usually get glass bottles, but I drop things in the shower pretty consistently, so plastic it is!
I bought this brush and soap dish in person at Foundry Home Goods in Minneapolis. I love visiting their store when we’re up seeing family. I cannot find the soap dish or the large brush (pictured here) on their site, but here is a link to the smaller brush.
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