Before & After | Primary Bathroom Reveal

Happy Monday, friends! How was your weekend? I spent much of mine stalking tracking our son! He’s pledging a fraternity, and they had a ‘camping retreat’ this weekend… which means my mama-heart was in worry overload! He’s back on campus now, so I’m breathing normally again. Parent’s weekend is at the end of this month, so I’m counting down the days until I see his face.

But let’s get to today’s post… I’m so excited to share our Primary Bathroom reveal! After the huge Backyard Remodel this year, we weren’t planning any more projects for awhile… but when our beloved contractor called to say he was retiring, we fast-forwarded the rest of our home projects. After all, we’ve been working with him for 15 years, and he’s transformed both of our Texas houses, from this kid’s bathroom to this kitchen to this mudroom.

If you follow me on Instagram Stories, you’ve seen peeks of everything we’ve got going on, but of course I’ll be sharing it all here, too!

For a project of this size, we turned to my friend Emily and her amazing team at A Well Dressed Home for design and construction. I met Emily almost 10 years ago when we both started blogging, and it’s been such a joy to watch her business grow. She’s an incredible talent, and has the best team working with her. They totally nailed our style with this bathroom design, and I pinch myself everyday that this is actually ours!!

In order to truly appreciate the makeover, let’s take a look at the space when we first moved in.

Not the worst bathroom that ever was, but definitely dated with limited storage… and most certainly not our aesthetic! We gutted the room completely, but in order to keep costs down, we didn’t alter the layout or plumbing location.

I’ll let the photos speak for themselves, and most everything is sourced at the end of the post.


Cozy V-Neck Pullover 

And one more Before and After… just because!


Cozy V-Neck Pullover 

 

Every square inch of the room is so thoughtfully planned, with no details overlooked, and the Well Dressed Home team managed it every step of the way. Which was such a gift considering construction started the day we left for two weeks in Greece!

I’m working on a follow-up post with my favorite smart additions to the space, along with more details. I linked available sources where I could below, but let me know if you have any additional questions!

[Bathroom Sources]

All design & sourcing by A Well Dressed Home

Floor Tile // 7-inch Natural Hex Tile
Shower Floor Tile // 3/4-inch Penny Tile in ‘Cotton’
Shower Wall Tile // 2.5 x 8-inch Subway Tile in ‘Black Gloss’
Floor/Shower Grout // ‘Bleached Wood’

Vanity Counters // White Quartz
Faucets // Brushed Brass
Cabinets // White Oak with Clear Matte Seal
Vanity Mirror // 4×6-foot Sheet Mirror with Brass Frame
Hardware // 4-inch Brushed Brass Pulls
Sconces // Nadia Sconce in ‘Antique Brass’

Bathtub // Freestanding Oval Soaker
Bathtub Faucet // Freestanding in ‘Brushed Brass’
Towel Hooks // Brushed Brass
Towel Bars // Brushed Brass
Shower // Glass with Matte Black Frame
Shower Faucet // Brushed Brass

Wallpaper // Schumacher Nasrid Palace Mosaic
Wall Color
// Sherwin Williams ‘Repose Gray’ satin finish
Window Shade // Grasscloth Roman Shade
Rug // Natural Woven
Bathtub Tray // Natural Teak
Bath Towels // Target
Hand Towels // Target
Marble Tray // West Elm
Soap Dispensers // Anthropologie

 

 

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