Happy Thursday everyone, and thanks so much for stopping by! To be honest I don’t blog all that often, but it’s definitely one of my goals for this year to get on here more often to share with you guys. So when I was asked to join the February Rooms We Love Home Tour, I was all over it! I’m so excited to be joining 20 amazing home design bloggers share some of their favorite rooms. If you’re coming over from 11 Magnolia Lane, welcome and hope you enjoyed their beautiful space!
Today I’m sharing my master bath. I love my master for many reasons, but one of the best parts is its one of the few spaces in my home that feels totally done. Aside from window treatments (which I just ordered, yay) this space feels complete to me with is a wonderful feeling to have one room checked off!
Let me start with the layout of this space. I knew I wanted double vanities in addition to a freestanding tub. I loved the idea of the tub being centered in front of the window with a gorgeous chandelier! I wanted (or should I say needed) a large shower. I have to admit that most of my showers are shared with at least one and sometimes four small children!
As far as materials go, I wanted to keep our bathroom feeling spa-like. Light and bright so I stuck with a pretty neutral color scheme. The walls are painted Benjamin Moore paper white. It has a slightly green undertone and totally gives that spa-like feel. I love the look of marble but due to price and upkeep was selective where I used it. My floors are actually a porcelain that have a similar look to marble. They were sized 12 x 24 and we cut them in half to 6 x 24, and laid them in this pretty herringbone pattern. I then went with a carara marble subway tile in the shower, and probably my favorite part is the marble basketweave tile on the shower floor.
I went with white vanities, and added the feet at the base to make them look more custom. And similar to our kitchen I chose Ceasarstone quartz counters in Frosty Carina. They are beautiful and zero maintenance, and winning combo in my book! I chose polished nickel bath fixtures, and while it was a bit of a splurge I absolutely love the freestanding tub faucet. I fell in love with these mirrors, and knew they would be perfect above the vanities. Finally, I brought in a touch of brass with these pretty sconces, and the chandelier over the tub. Sadly Pottery Barn is no longer carrying that exact fixture, but this one is pretty similar.
The final detail that brings is all together is this gorgeous rug from Caitlin Wilson. She seriously has the most beautiful rugs and textiles, and when I laid this baby down it totally completed this space for me. Thanks again for stopping by, I hope you got some inspo from my bath and don’t forget to check out the next space over at Summer Adams. She has the most beautiful new home, I know you’ll be blown away by her space!