With three little ones, I need a little place to relax and escape and enjoy a few minutes to myself. It was just the motivation I needed to finish our master bathroom with a mini-makeover. First, a couple of before photos…
I started it like most projects, cleaning out the cabinets and drawers freeing them of things we don’t use. We painted the walls in a medium shade of grey and trim in bright white to make the space feel fresh and clean.
We replaced the faucets with polished nickel faucets with a little curvature, to give them a slightly upscale feel. Hardware knobs were replaced to match.
I replaced the basic mirror with a large framed mirror, which gave the space a more formal aesthetic.
To maintain a clean, relaxing spa like feel, I kept clutter to a minimum, selecting just a few accessories.
Chris gave me this beautiful piece of driftwood shortly after we married in 2007.
He found it alongside a river during his month spent in Arizona. I use it as a place to keep my rings.
Flowers and candles always create a relaxing environment. In the main area, I included a plant.
Fresh flowers and a pencil sketch Chris created replicating a favorite piece of art were added to the shower area.
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All idea, opinions, and designs are my own.