I’m back with another Style Board Series Post! Today’s focus is on the master bathroom. I can’t even describe how crazily excited I am over this room. Like many aspects of our new home, I’ve never actually had a spacious master bath that has a shower and a tub. Which are separate. Know what I mean? They’ve always been combined, but not this time! We have a totally separate bathtub from the shower… It’s almost too surreal!
First, let me say that the master bathroom has been the hardest room to make decisions on. I have no idea what I ultimately want the final outcome to be. That’s kinda the problem. There are so many different “looks” that interest me, making it hard to pick something and run with it.
Add that the master bathroom and bedroom are um… connected… and we have the second problem. They need to flow together, which means that I can’t go all uber soft, relaxing and traditional in the master bedroom and then go contemporary and bold in the master bath. They’ll conflict and possibly confuse.
With that said, I like all of the elements that I’ve put together, but it’s missing a little something, something. I’ve yet to find what that is.
Let’s look at what I’ve put together:
Here’s my inspiration. It’s pure as gold!
It’s all so pretty!
But, like I said before, I’m having conflicting ideas for this space. Either way it will be great, it’s just deciding on the general atmosphere of the space. We’ve actually already made some serious progress. Cabinets have been ordered, which are a dark chocolate, the tile has been picked and the lighting and faucets have been purchased. I would definitely call that progress! And it feels amazing to have those decisions out of the way! Amazing, I tell you!
White towels- Overstock
Tile- Home Depot
Apothecary Glass Jar Canister- Amazon
Shower Curtain- Lowes
Shower Curtain Hooks- Lowes
Vanity- Home Decorators Collection
White Tray- Amazon
Stacking Tables- Joss & Main
Vanity Light- Home Depot
Vanity Mirror- Home Depot
Faucet- Home Depot
Mirror- Home Decorators Collection
Paint Color- Benjamin Moore- First Crush
Paint Color- Restoration Hardware- Silver Sage
So, what about you? Do you have any conflicting decorating ideas? Honestly, I’m leaning heavily to the more traditional aspect of the scale. We shall see how it comes together!
Next up is the master closet, which also happens to be connected to the master bathroom. Should pose a fun third problem. Just keeping it real!
Oh beautiful closet, how I love thee…
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