With shag carpet, vintage wallpaper, and a mustard counter, this bathroom was firmly planted in the 70s. Rosalind decided to bring it into this century with a dark and dramatic makeover.
Our master bathroom in our new-to-us house was lacking, to say the least. It had not been updated since our house was built in the 70s. A mixture of wallpaper and shag carpet had us dreaming of a renovation. It also sported two long, narrow closets that housed clothes for the master suite. It was cramped and outdated, but we could see the potential. We completely gutted it and started from scratch. Now it sports wainscoting on the bottom half and a moody paint color on the top. To complete our look, we used slate tile and dark gray grout to ground the space. The freestanding bathtub, new toilet, and marble topped vanity are just icing on the cake! We still need to install lighting, a mirror, and a few odds and ends, but it already looks amazing!
For more photos and details, check out Rosalind's blog, R Squared Interiors.
Thank you Rosalind!