Forgive my absence yesterday. It was my wedding anniversary and Jon and I spent the whole day enjoying quality time with the girls and it was delightful.
It’s a big day, folks! It’s #staggreno master bathroom reveal day! You guys, this room is the stuff of dreams– my dreams, in fact. But before we get into too many details, let’s take a walk back in time…. to 1970 when this bathroom was all the rage. (You can watch the before video tour of the bathroom and bedroom HERE)
The old bathroom was really small, narrow, old, and awkward. The ceiling on the shower was short and my tall husband would have bumped his head stepping inside. There was really no way to salvage it.
Rather than try to build a new bathroom in the old space, we went all switch-a-roo and moved the room around. The new bathroom is where the old master closet was. You can see more of the progress in photo and video form HERE.
After an addition to the master bedroom, a relocation of the master bath, a new window and all new fixtures, here is the end result. Let’s start with the video tour of the new room, shall we?
video/editing: Romero Media
photos: Veronica Reeve
There is so so much to share about this space (all coming this week!) and I’ll break down all the details, including more about how part of the bathroom was a collaboration with Kohler(!), but until then here is product information:
*All hardware/fixtures are Vibrant Moderne Brushed Gold color. Vanity finish is Jersey Oak.
Vanities c/o Kohler | Medicine Cabinets c/o Kohler | Sconces c/o Kohler | Sink Faucets c/o Kohler | Tub | Tub Faucet | Tub Faucet Handles | Shower Rainhead | Handshower | Shower Valve | Small Brass Mirror | Towel Hooks | Marble Jar | Artwork c/o Minted | Towels | Fur Stool | Rugs
Up tomorrow: the week of the master bathroom continues with all of the details on the vanities, mirrors, and fixtures.
Off topic: special thanks to Remodelista and many others for the shoutouts and love after the kitchen reveal! It’s so humbling and we are so grateful.
Until tomorrow, friends….
*This project was sponsored by Kohler. Kohler provided some of the product for this room. This post also uses affiliate links.