Here’s a little preview of our master bath that I’ll be featuring soon!
Ok, ok. I’m kidding. I wouldn’t leave you guys hanging like that We’ve been working on this bathroom for what feels like a lifetime and I’m am dying to share it with you all! Here’s a quick before shot. As you can see, we didn’t have much to work with, ha.
No, the picture isn’t resized that’s just a creepy little door leading to the attic. So, since we live in a cape cod our “second floor” (if you want to call it that) is full of sloped ceilings and small spaces. We converted the two tiny rooms upstairs into our new master suite complete with a bathroom. Check her out.
This room, like almost all others in our home, had to be completely overhauled. We added insulation, yes it was without, new drywall, added plumbing, electric, and flooring. Oh, and of course, the bathroom necessities, vanity, shower, bathtub, and the good ole toilet. Discovering a layout that worked for this small space was quite the task. The sloped ceilings really limited the placement of the shower and vanity, plus we had a fairly large double window. Talk about a headache. But oh the transformation
Everyone thought we had literally lost it when we mentioned adding a fireplace to the bathroom. Please take me word, there is nothing like a hot bath next to a little fire. Heavenly.
We chose white subway tile for a classic clean lined feel in the shower. We knew we would never grow tired of this look. Yes, we are aware there is no shower door. It’s in the works but for now we’re using a temporary shower curtain. Glass door to come
We were also crushing pretty hard on some glass tile, but not the price tag. Using it as an accent worked perfectly for us while tying the shower into the vanity area as well.
We’re absolutely thrilled with the end result. Walking into this room lights up my heart every time. Yea, we did that. It’s an indescribable feeling. We still have plenty of finishing touches to add and I’m dying to add accessories, but for now we’re pretty happy with how far it’s come.
Option two please.