master bathroom before + after

master bathroom before + after

The Master Bath at Our House with the Red Barn, was a little outdated… to say the least.  It was a 3/4 bath, with wall to wall pink carpet and open to the rest of the master bathroom.  The shower + toilet room (also carpeted) in all of it’s musty mildew-y glory was screaming for help!

In order to reduce costs, we tried to keep the existing plumbing where it was.  With somewhat limited options for growth to improve efficiency, we chose to leave the  shower and toilet in place and forego a private toilet room, we were able to relocate the closets to add a free standing tub to upgrade the space (always considering resale value) to a full bath.  We implemented a dark color materials palette on white walls that played on variations of the same shape and with different sheen finishes.  Start scrollin’ now for the, the before + during & after.


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  • Such a beautiful bathroom!! Would you mind sharing where you purchased the vanity? Thank you!

  • I LOVE this bathroom remodel. I found it in a search for “wood vanity and gray floors” because that’s what I’m doing with mine right now! Would you mind sharing the sources for your cabinet hardware and also the sconce over the bathtub? Thanks so much – and nice work!

  • i’m in vermont and would love to find the blue wall tile and grey floor tile here. would you share the manufacturer and product names. thank you.

  • Hi there! Will you share the navy tile and slate sourcing? Gorgeous project!

  • What is the name of the blue/gray wall tile around the bath? Such a beautiful bathroom, well done!

  • Do you have the dimensions for you vanity? More specifically, how much space is above your bottom shelf? I am designing a similar one and cant decide how much space I need. Thanks.

  • Lovely! Where did you get the wall sconces/lights above the sink?

  • What kind of wood is the vanity?

  • I absolutely love your vanity! What species of wood is it?

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