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Our master bathroom had good space with a stand-up shower and separate soaking tub. We wanted to make some updates to have it fit in with the rest of our overall house redesign.
While researching the cost of new cabinets versus updating existing cabinets (like in our kitchen remodel), we decided it was more cost-effective to buy an existing bathroom cabinet that came with a counter-top. After searching all over, we found a cabinet that was a good price and fit the space well. We decided on the Wyndham Collection Sheffield Vanity in white with carrara marble top.
We searched for tile, and decided on a modern, simple gray tile. We decided that as design trends come and go, this would go with any color scheme.
We wanted a paint color that would make our master bath feel like a spa retreat. After searching Pinterest and getting paint swatches, we decided on Sea Salt by Sherwin-Williams.
We kept the existing bath tub, but replaced the tile and added white trim to the front of the tub. There was also an arch above the tub which we took out.
What We Used In Our Master Bathroom Remodel
- Paint Colors
- Walls – Sea Salt by Sherwin-Williams
- Trim – White Dove by Benjamin Moore
- Vanity – Sheffield 60 in. Double Vanity in White with Marble Vanity Top in Carrara White
- Shower Head – Sumerain Shower Head (Love the water pressure on this simple shower head. I highly recommend it!)
- Shelving – Modular Closets
- Mirrors – Gatco Max Wall Mount Mirrors from Home Depot
- Lighting – Pottery Barn Mercer Double Wall Sconce in Satin Nickel
- Blinds – Blinds.com
- New Toilet – Kohler
I love the way our master bathroom turned out. It feels like a serene retreat.