Before & After: A New Look For a Master Bath

published Aug 29, 2016
We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing.
Post Image

New home, new projects! Kristina knew that upgrading her out of date bathroom was the first thing she wanted to tackle in her new home. Three months later she now has the bathroom of her dreams.

From Kristina: As soon my husband and I moved into the Ravine House, we started on our massive upstairs renovation, which included our master bathroom. It was in desperate need of a revamp! So after gutting the entire space, we got to work installing in-floor heating, tile, a new stand alone tub, a shower with custom glass and all new fixtures. We hit a few snags along the way but all in all, the process was smooth sailing.

I love the details in the space most of all. We built a custom, black vanity and my husband poured concrete countertops himself that took a huge amount of effort to polish! I love how the semi-recessed sinks look next to the concrete and the wall-mounted taps hover above perfectly in the subway tile backsplash. I added Cedar & Moss sconces above the mirror – one of my favorite purchases for the bathroom. And lastly, the bathtub nook with the floating walnut shelf was such a great addition. I love taking a relaxing bath at night now!

It took us about three months from start to finish, doing most of the work ourselves and waiting for products to arrive added a bit of time too. We probably spent more than we think so I’m scared to tally the numbers…but it must be around $5,000 – 8,000. Definitely worth every penny though! It’s my dream bathroom!

Thank you, Kristina! You can see more on Kristina’s blog Inspired by Lynne.