Instead, I will come home to this. It started from this mood board:
Main Bathroom After: I can barely believe this is the same bathroom from two weeks ago. The white walls (in Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace) keep the room fresh and airy.
We kept the huge plate mirror because visually it makes a long and narrow bathroom like ours bigger and wider.
The finishing touch: I love how the yellow accent pops in the bathroom. The Campagnie de Provence soaps smell divine too!
We opted for a more economical (and practical) shower set this time by Price Pfister. Shower control system is from Moen's Brantford collection. I love the lever's vintage touch which balances out the modern stacked wall tiles.
West Elm's Stripe Shower Curtain in Feather Gray is simply per-fect!
The vanity from another angle. I am always amazed by how much a few coats of paint will change the overall look and feel of a piece of furniture or a room. In this case, the Benjamin Moore Pigeon Gray completely transformed the cabinet unit into a stylish and classy vanity and the focal point of our main bathroom.
Our main bathroom reno was a quick one-week project, and we only went slightly over budget. Here are the details:
- Wall color: Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace.
- Vanity: Benjamin Moore Pigeon Gray, spray-painted by Paint it Like New.
- Bianco Statuario countertop by Modern Stone Works. It's 98" in length, crazy!
- Kohler Fairfax lavatory faucets in polished chrome.
- Pottery Barn Mercer wall sconce.
- 4x16 white subway tiles from Tile City.
- West Elm stripe shower curtain in feather gray.
So there you have it, our main bathroom transformation. How do you like it?