Voilà! It’s finally Finished!
I can’t believe it has taken me so long to finally share some photos of the finished master bathroom project. Everything came together so smoothly and we are so happy with the end result. We just love our hardware and tile selections and the decision to use black, white and Gray as our foundation colors. It’s so easy to change the look with colored towels/art work and area rugs. If you take a look at my inspiration photos in a previous post, I think our bathroom turned out very similar…..so glad I found these resources!
Here is a photo of our vanity area now. Sorry, I don’t remember if I shared where everything came from, so I might be repeating some information. The vanity came from Restoration Hardware, along with the lighting fixtures. We decided on the double vanity called Hutton in Obsedian with aged brass hardware and a white marble top. “here” . I found the large size black medicine cabinets (called Vintage Recessed in Vintage Bronze) at Pottery Barn “here”. The faucets are from Newport Brass and are designed to color match Restoration Hardwares Aged Brass hardware which we used in the shower.
We were very impressed with the quality of everything. Just a note that some of these items may take several months to receive so plan accordingly. It’s worth keeping an eye out on the Pottery Barn website. They offer flash sales so it could be worth waiting to get a possible 20% off.
I really need to show the transformation. Here is a before photo:
So – my shower!! I think this is my favorite part of the bathroom, and it was the hardest part too. This took quite a bit of time and research to find someone who could do the shower walls like I wanted (and fit within my budget). In the end a local company (CB Showers) came though, even though it was the first time they ever did a shower like this. We absolutely LOVE it! The shower fixtures are from Restoration Hardware in Aged Brass and I love the contrast of the black and gold. Such a warm combination.
This time I will show the before first and the after to follow…..
Of course I had to get new towels to complete everything! The towels we were using were by Seferra Brothers, and are considered a high-end European imported towel. I wish I could say that I loved them, but I did not. They have a really long loop weave and because of this snag very easily. For my NEW master bathroom I selected Yves Delorme’s Etoile towels in two colors (Peacock and Platinum Gray). I LOVE these towels. They are soft and absorbent and are quick to dry. Check for sales – I got them 20% off which is a big bonus! “yves delorme”
If you have any questions on this project feel free to contact me, I am happy to share more information.