If you follow me on Instagram you may have noticed that our master bathroom is completely demolished and unusable. (Come follow me HERE on Instagram!) We had a decent master bathroom before. Well, it was decent. But for a master bathroom it was pretty blah. So today I am really excited to share with you how we plan to take our master bathroom from builder blah to fabulous! This is our tale of a master bathroom transformation!
Here’s a quick sneak peak of our master bathroom transformation picks:
I will be blogging about demolishing our bathroom, installing in floor heating, building a brand new shower, creating a beautiful accent wall, adding new counters and amazing sinks! We will be finishing off the entire project with completely new fixtures, faucets and hardware and I will be sharing the entire process with you!
It. Is. Going. To. Be. Amazing!
The only thing in our entire bathroom not changing is our actual bathtub, toilet and our cabinets. And the walls are staying in place too. But other then that it is all coming down and being replaced.
This is definitely our biggest DIY to date and we simply can’t wait!
The above photo shows just a few of the items we will be incorporating into our new bathroom! Beautiful 90 degree fixtures from Moen and amazing travertine natural stone from The Tile Shop.
But there are a few items I am keeping secret for now 🙂 So you will definitely want to follow along on our crazy adventure!
Check Out Our Master Bathroom Remodel Series:
How to Install new Bathroom Mirror Frames (in about 10 minutes!)
Please note that I am not a professional. I am just sharing what worked for us. As always please use all proper safety precautions and read and follow all manufacturer instructions. Please note that I am not responsible in any way for any outcome if you try this yourself. I am not liable for any injury or additional cost or expense incurred. I always recommend consulting and hiring a professional if needed. And always be sure to check with local building codes to obtain all permits needed for any DIY project.
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