Before & After: An Outdated Master Bathroom Goes from Maroon to Modern!

updated May 4, 2019
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(Image credit: Amanda)

Yellow tile on the floors and counters. Brown grout that always looked dirty. Too dark, patchy maroon walls. Amanda’s master bathroom was dated, but it had potential. A remodel has turned it to a peaceful modern retreat.

(Image credit: Amanda)

From Amanda:

Our 1970s house had an outdated, leaky but large and potential-filled master bathroom. Knowing the tiled shower pan was leaking, we knew it was time for a full tear out and remodel.

We pulled out the closed in (no longer functional) steam shower and replaced it with an open marble and stainless steel shower. Charcoal gray slate floors add a modern feel, contrasting against an old claw foot tub. For the vanity, we chose a rich walnut wood and topped it with sleek, easy to clean stainless steel and a white porcelain vessel sink. It was a lot of late nights and hard work, but we’re so in love with the finished room. See more photos on Amanda’s

Thank you Amanda!