Home Decor, Master Bath Make-over

I’ve been helping out with Baby Boy since his daycare doesn’t begin for a few more weeks,  and DD’s maternity leave is up

I asked her if I could share her master bath redo…

I love spending time in her house, it’s full of light and the shades of gray decor is so serene and relaxing…

if you DONT think about that  Shades of Gray                ^^’

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I have had the fun, and pleasure, of helping decorate a few spots…

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The master suite is at the end of the hall, come on, let me show you

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They have plantation shutters on most of the windows in their house

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She decorated the master bedroom, which features a ebony wood king bed and chunky modern black lamps

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The bath entrance is to the left of the dresser across from the bed

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Come on in~

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Wait!  To really appreciate this space you’ve got to see the before photos

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Be warned the before photos of this bath are pretty shocking!

BEFORE

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The original bath was tiny, about 5′ x 7′ decked out in gorgeous 1960 vintage tiles~  😱

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On the upside, there was a short passage between the bedroom and bath with a decent walk in closet and a linen closet

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The linen closet was removed, opening up the space

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A closet in the hall that backed up to the original bath was eliminated to gain more space

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The resulting bathroom is L shaped, with two vanities, a tile shower and a storage bench

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“Her” vanity is where the linen closet used to be, and is next to a built in storage bench topped with the same quartz as the vanity

This shelf/cabinet provides shelves for storage and valuable extra counter space or a place to sit and tie your shoes

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The walls behind the vessel sinks feature 1″ x 1,” mixed stone and glass, square tiles, running from the counter tops to the ceiling

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The tiles are a mix of natural stone, mercury glass and glass.  Some of the tiles are reflective, brightening the space

The dramatic vertical expanse of tile also makes the room feel larger

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The sides of the square tiles are finished with narrow stone bull nose pieces, matching the stones of the square tiles

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“His” vanity is in the L part of the room next to the shower

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The vanities feature drawers and a cabinet for storage and toiletries

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The shower features a built in seat and the tile is the same as the tile on the bathroom floor

It looks like the floor just flows up the walls

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The floor tiles are laid on the diagonal, which is a great trick for making a space seem wider

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The original master closet is across from the “Her” vanity and is a surprisingly decent size so no changes were made there

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My son’s company, Magic City Tile,  did the remodeling work, and transformed this beast into a beauty!

There’s another 1960’s bathroom in this house that needs a face lift- it’s full of slime lime green tile– so I can’t wait to get started on that one!

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Next up, though, is this space over the love seat in the living room

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The Breaking Waves painting in the foyer is visible from here so I have to paint something that won’t fight with that

Any suggestions?

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Thanks for touring with me today~

Juicy Details

Breaking Waves tutorial/here

white washed foyer sideboard/Oh So Coastal

painted wine bottle/Doodle bottles

bathroom vanities/Lowe’s

loveseat/Zgallerie

pillows/Kohls

Magic City Tile/ if you are in the Birmingham, Al area, leave me a comment and I will email you the contact info

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Comments
27 Responses to “Home Decor, Master Bath Make-over”
  1. Judy Pimperl says:

    Very nice renovation! I especially love the sink, the tile that goes up the wall, and a little tiny detail that I had never thought of…having a pretty little clock on the counter so that you know if you’re running late or not! I am going to have to do that now, because I’m always rushing and wondering if I’m on time, and I usually have time to spare. That stress could be avoided simply by having a pretty little clock in the room with me! Makes me feel kind of ignorant for not figuring that out on my own! Are those paintings pieces of original Jenna artwork? I’m loving the gray colors, too!
    Judy

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  2. Ellen says:

    You are such a talented family!

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  3. Gorgeous makeover, Jenna! Beautifully serene!

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  4. Lynn says:

    It turned out great, I love the little tiles:@)

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  5. The vertical expanse of tile and diagonal floor tiles are great design tricks to utilize to make the space seem larger. The transformation is amazing. Great ideas to use those closet spaces to make more room. How nice of your daughter to share with us.Looks great.

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  6. Christine says:

    Oh boy this is an incredible transformation. I absolutely LUV thise tiles and colors!!!!

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  7. Mary says:

    What a beautiful bath makeover Jenna! I love the tiles and materials your daughter chose! Your son’s business is appropriately name since he works magic with his tile renovations 🙂

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  8. Marigene says:

    Beautiful transformation! I love the Breaking Waves painting…you are so talented, Jenna!

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  9. Rhonda says:

    The bathroom is gorgeous, and you really get the full effect when you see the befores! Love the tile work and your beautiful painting!

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  10. Simply beautiful! (Especially when you look at the before pictures!) Thanks for sharing your beautiful home.

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    • Thanks Joanne, I just paid you a visit at Sea Glass Cottage and discovered we are practically beach neighbors! I so enjoyed your house tour! I left a comment on one of your older posts, the master bedroom make over, and just wanted to let you know in case you didn’t see it~ I am on Ono Island in Orange Beach, and feel so blessed to have a sea side get away 🙂

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  11. Cecilia says:

    The bathroom looks wonderful! Love the small square tiles behind the sinks!

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  12. I think it is so funny that you are running around taking pictures of your daughter’s house! The bedroom and bathroom are really beautiful! I am glad it wasn’t that “other” shades of grey! Thank you so much for sharing over at Celebrate it Sunday!

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  13. Lionel Reed says:

    Hi,

    That is great work. I really like this article. Thanks sharing your idea about a bath makeover.

    Cheers!

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  14. Wow! What a beautiful remodel! I love the colors and their place is so cute!
    Thanks so much for sharing at Something to Talk About!
    Karen

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  15. What a big difference! The new bathroom looks fantastic! Great job, linking thru creative ways party

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  16. Tianna says:

    awesome! Everything came out so great what a big difference in the after photo!

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  17. christykjames says:

    What a difference! I think I would take just a little longer getting ready in the mornings just so I could hang out in there a little longer. 🙂

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