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Before & After: Master Bathroom Remodel

 

When our sweet client (and long time blog follower) contacted us last Fall, she was more than eager to trade in her 1950's "pepto pink" master bath for a brighter and cleaner retreat. She craved a crisp, spa-like color palette and a feeling of feminine sophistication. (ummm, yes please!) As soon as I saw the bathroom, I was stunned. It was pink. I mean evvvvverything was pink. Pink floors, pink walls, pink countertops. Floor to ceiling, wall to wall, PINK!

Blacha Master Bath Before1
Blacha Master Bath Before1
Blacha Master Bath Before 2
Blacha Master Bath Before 2
Blacha Master Bath Before 3
Blacha Master Bath Before 3

Within seconds I knew we could turn this bathroom into something special! Here is the transformation!

As you can see, it's a small space, and because that's all our client needs, I wanted to keep the overall feeling clean and simple, but I definitely wanted to add a wow factor. That's when I brought in the heron wallpaper...I've wanted to use it for so long and I think this was the perfect project for it. It's so fun to add a whimsical element to a small space like this!

In an effort to gain more space in the shower and vanity area, we opted to removed the fir down. We also added a custom vanity, custom built-ins and a corner commode.

Believe it or not, this project was fairly budget friendly. We were cost conscious when it came to selecting the lighting and plumbing fixtures, and the wall and floor tile were extremely inexpensive as well. Because the space is small, we were able to use a marble remnant for the counter top, which helped save us a bit of money. We also opted to keep the original window shutter and the mirror, which received a new coat of paint.  The only real splurge was the wallpaper, which as totally worth it!

We sure hope our client enjoys her new bathroom for many years to come!

***Due to client contracts, we are unable to share sources and/or materials used***

Photography by: Nate Rehlander Photography