It’s been more than a decade since our house was built, and I was starting to feel that the master bathroom was boring and out of date . . . I’d never liked it that much anyway, and when the grout began to get moldy and cleaning just wasn’t cutting it, I made the jump and decided on a complete remodel. We had all of the tile removed, and replaced the tub, sinks, and faucets, but we didn’t have to make any structural changes.
I chose a theme of natural products – stone and wood (well, tile made to look like wood!) with some small accents of metal. Here’s the story in photos:
Because the master bathroom and bedroom are so connected, I decided that a bathroom remodel warranted a bedroom remodel 🙂 I posted photos of the new quilt and some of the new wall art earlier; I chose corresponding fabrics and had the furniture in the room reupholstered, too:
Finally, our friend and woodworker extraordinare Jay Younger made this unique mantel for the gas fireplace:
Our installers were Casey Beatty of CMB Properties, Inc and Dana Geister of Timber & Steel Artisan Builders – they did beautiful work, and came up with many small touches and attention to detail that really enhanced the end result. The final part of the project is to have the carpet ripped out and hardwoods installed – that happens later this month, stay tuned for photos!