In our previous posts, Bathroom Remodel Inspiration and Under Construction, we talked about the construction Lauren was doing in her home. We are overjoyed to finally share the first of three posts showing the finished product. As you will see, this beautiful master bathroom has come a long way from the old 50’s style that was there before. So without further ado, we invite you to tour a very special project for us, Lauren and Scott’s new master bathroom. 

When Lauren and Scott moved into their condo in Brentwood, there were a couple of problems with this over-sized bathroom which is why they didn’t choose to use it as their master bathroom originally. First, there was no door leading into the adjacent bedroom from this bathroom only a hallway entrance. Next, showering in a bathtub was not preferable to the walk in shower found in their other bathroom. Lastly, the coloring of this bathroom was definitely not desirable. In fact, when they moved in, in addition to the peach plumbing fixtures and peach tile and countertops, the walls were painted a soft mint green reminiscent of rainbow sherbet. As a quick fix, Lauren immediately painted the walls a dark charcoal grey color to tone down the peach just a little bit. After three years, they decided this bathroom needed more than just a paint job. 
Lucky for them, Scott’s dad sells plumbing and electrical fixtures / equipment and Lauren’s dad is a carpenter. Along with her interior design expertise they were the perfect team to complete this dream bathroom. 

A simple, sleek, modern bathroom replaces the old 50’s look. Although the layout stayed relatively the same, the design is completely different.

A glass enclosed shower is complete with a white stone seat, mosaic tile floor, and textured walls.

Our dad built this modern sink cabinet with self closing drawers, a floating stone countertop, and an inset Kohler sink. 

The main focal point of the room is this beautiful textured tile wall. It gives the bathroom a slightly organic feel and the tiny bits of glitter in the stone adds a touch of glamour.

This pocket door was added to the room creating the new entry to their new master bedroom (which we look forward to showing you next). The inset mirror on both sides of the door has proven helpful while getting ready in the morning.

All of the shower heads, faucets, light fixtures, towel bars, and even this cool Toto toilet were picked out at BJ Discount, and look beautiful in the room.

The grey linen tile floor and crisp white walls and moldings complete the look. 

Now that the peach is all gone, there is a door leading to the bigger bedroom, and this amazing walk in shower has replaced the tub, Lauren and Scott feel at home in their new space and are loving it each and every day. 

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