Not so long ago I shared my bedroom, this bathroom remodel was completed at the same time as the bedroom and I’m finally sharing it.
We lived in the house a few years before I tackled this big project, it was worth the wait but I’m so glad it’s finally finished. It’s actually been completed for 2.5 years already and I still love it as much as I did the day the project was finished.
Although I love DIY projects I know that I lack the knowledge to tackle most of the electrical and ALL of the plumbing that needs to be completed in my home remodel projects. We finished all of the demo except removing the HUGE jetted tub that was installed by previous owners and hired professionals to add plumbing for a second sink and move the plumbing for the new soaking tub….the plumber also did all of the install work in that department too.
This tub is so much more practical than the giant tub that was in the bathroom before. The Mirror above the tub was a random Homegoods find. The wall color that I used for the bedroom but it’s in a different finish. The color is Passive by Sherwin Williams at 30%. It’s a light light grey with a calming feel. It might be my favorite paint color in the entire house.
The original vanity was small with only one sink. I searched for a large double sink vanity that looked like a piece of furniture more so than a builder grade boring bathroom cabinet. I found this one online and had it delivered. The mirror medicine cabinets above each sink were from the same company. I originally planned to change out the knobs but haven’t found anything that I like more than the white ones it currently has. The style of the vanity was just as important to me as the function. I knew I wanted drawers rather than another large cabinet in the middle and I preferred the sinks be spaced further apart allowing more counter space in the middle of the vanity.
When I came across this one I immediately saw that it checked all the boxes for both design and function.
I carried the color pop of orange from the bedroom into the bathroom with a tray on the vanity and towels on the hooks by the shower.
The tile in the bathroom is large rectangular tile that is the same on the floor and continues a little less than half way up on the walls in a horizontal subway pattern. I used the same tile for the shower walls but turned it so that it is vertical. I also kept this going on the outside wall of the shower, it’s sort of an accent wall. The glass shower door was custom made and installed from a local glass company in Phoenix.
The floor of the shower is a coordinating tile that I happened to find at Home Depot.
The bathroom remodel has made a big impact on the overall look and feel of the entire bedroom and bathroom. Even with professionals involved it wasn’t the fastest home improvement project that I’ve tackled so far but it was worth it.