Written by: Lauren

I am really excited to be sharing this space with all of you today. I have been known to say that a room is never quite complete, and this is true of my master bathroom. Although it is beautiful and it turned out to be everything that I wanted and more, I am dying to add in just one touch of bohemian flair to finish it off. I have been searching high and low for the perfect runner rug to put in front of the sink counter. Not as easy as it sounds, when you want something vintage, cool, a specific size, and with really no color! I will keep my eyes peeled, but until then this bathroom was too beautiful to wait any longer to share. 

Before

 

 

Who wouldn’t walk in this bathroom on a home tour and run for the hills? It was never a question that the bathrooms in our house would get completely remodeled before we even moved in, and everything (I mean EVERYTHING) would get replaced including all of the pipes underneath! While we were at it, we re-worked the layout and opened up the space to create an even bigger master bathroom even though we took a foot away on one side from our Master Closet

In Process

This was the new layout we came up with removing all excess walls and the tiny closets and creating two much larger and cleaner floor plans …

… and we gave ourselves an even larger shower! 

After

Can you believe this is the same space? I absolutely love how my bathroom turned out. It is so me! I love the crisp white cabinets mixed with the marble tile and all of the black metal touches give it just the right amount of edge and masculinity I was looking for and to appease my husband.

My dad built this gorgeous white floating cabinet for us. It gives us just the right amount of storage, but if we need more, we could always tuck some large baskets underneath for extra towels and toilet paper.

A crisp, white quartz countertop installed by Sistone, black industrial faucets by Delta and sourced from BJ Discount, along with my sleek Kohler sink … but the thing I get asked about the most is my over-sized black framed mirror which I had custom made to fit the space. A few accessories keeps the look sleek but also warms it up just a little.

I kept all of the tile the same but used the matte finish on the floor and kept the sheen for the walls. They had an option for a smaller size which I used on the shower floor to create a surface with more traction.

You wouldn’t believe how excited I got when I met with the guy who did my glass shower enclosure. I told him I wanted matte black hardware, and he said that I was in luck. He had just added that option to his line. I just love how it all coordinates and works together!

 

I know what you are thinking … Do you really need three shower heads? No, but I am not complaining about it either! This set from Delta that I got from BJ Discount is pretty incredible! The one thing that I was super adamant about though was the placement of the valves. I really wanted them directly across from the entry so that you don’t have to get all the way into the shower to turn them on, and I liked the look of insetting them into the shampoo niche so they don’t stick out too much.

   

To finish off my bathroom, I ditched the traditional towel bars and hung my towels on matte black hooks on the wall for ease and a visual effect. 

I am still slowly getting through finishing each room in my modern bohemian home. I will continue to share as I go, but until then thanks for following along! For more information about our design services contact us at info@sbsdesignla.com.

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