Talking all about our master bathroom renovation today.
If you’re on the hunt for some master bathroom ideas, you’re in luck!
As of yesterday, we’ve now been living here in our house in Connecticut for five years!
master bathroom renovation ideas
I ran across some additional images of our bathroom remodeling project while cleaning out my files and decided to update this post with them.
If you remember our old master bathroom from our New York home, it’s obvious that it completely inspired the design of this new bathroom.
Actually, inspired might not be the right word here. We loved our master bath so much, especially this Cole & Son Mimosa wallpaper.
Since we had only just finished renovating it in 2009, we weren’t ready to say goodbye to this well thought out room.
So, we decided to pretty much recreate the look here in our new home with the help of Muse Interiors.
before and after
We got rid of the existing tiles, built in tub and counter tops but kept the vanity and sinks.
Keeping the original vanities and sinks here was a great way to help keep costs down.
Having a freestanding tub (similar to our former one) was my top priority.
I don’t use it often, but I love having a soaker tub.
We also updated the shower head, shower floor tile and the overall color palette here to suit our own personal style and give the entire bathroom a more modern look.
While each bathroom vanity has pretty ample storage space, we were able to add a bit more storage in the small space in the water closet, not seen here.
We store extra toilet paper, soap and general toiletries in this added extra space.
We were considering a medicine cabinet style mirror – but eventually opted to keep our old mirrors for a more streamlined look.
We improved on the marble tile floor from our old bathroom by going with a fabulous chevron pattern here.
Changing the floor pattern is a great example of a small detail making a big impact.
I also love having two separate vanities instead of a large double vanity.
Master Bathroom renovation ideas: CONCLUSION
I hope you enjoyed all of these bathroom remodeling ideas.
In addition, remember to keep resale value in mind – these projects can get very expensive, very quickly.
When tackling an outdated bathroom it’s a great ideas to make a list of the important features you want to incorporate – what you can and can not live without.
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