11.05.2012

Main Bathroom Reveal

I've been chatting about my new project lately: updating our main bathroom. To recap, I've posted about painting, replacing the light (which was a room update casualty), changing out the cabinet hardware, and DIY'ing a window cornice. Now the time has come for the BIG reveal!

But, before we get to the good stuff, let's look back at the progress this main bathroom has been through.

This is the room when we first took possession last October...



Then, we switched out the counters, sink, faucet, and lighting (the room is actually beige, not yellow like the picture seems to show below)...



And here's how it looks now...






We decided to run the glass mosaic tile vertically since the space isn't very wide, and I figured running it horizontally might just enhance that fact. By installing it vertically, it draws the eye up.




It's funny actually. The other day, I was looking around the room, and the only things that haven't been touched or changed are the floor and shower tiles, the cabinets, the toilet, the trim, and the shower head (which will eventually be swapped out to a brushed nickel finish).

The artwork and decorative items all stayed the same as the original bathroom. I might change the basket of hand towels once I find something suitable, but until then, it does the job. The large vase with river rock and a floating candle was one of the centrepieces from our wedding (we made one extra so we could keep it), and the variety of seashells in the smaller vase are from our trip to Honduras that we took in 2011. I like the fact that both of these decorative items adds an organic feel to the space.











Here's the source list for this main bathroom update:

wall colour - Sea Haze by Benjamin Moore
faucet - Pasadena widespread faucet by Price Pfister
vanity light - Portfolio light from Lowe's
flushmount light - Good Earth semi-flushmount light from Lowe's
glass wall tile - Arctic Grey by Sassi from Home Depot
cabinet hardware - Onward pull from Lowe's
shower curtain - IKEA
mirror - Lowe's
window cornice - DIY project (you can read about that here)
framed artwork - Home Sense


(psst... I'll be back tomorrow with some great finds that I found on our weekend road trip).

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