6 Master Bath Remodel: Day 2

>> Friday, April 30, 2010

With demo freshly completed in our master bathroom, we aren’t nearly to the ‘before & after’ stage of our remodel but a few ‘then & now’ shots never hurt anyone.

So long to the bulky cabinets with dated tile. We have something a bit more sleek in mind for this space…

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We have other plans for our linen closet as well. Ditching the door and turning this space into a contemporary nook should be just the ticket…

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Soon to be so fresh & so clean…

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Raising the ceiling in the shower will not only make the space feel larger but will also give us room to bump up the shower head so that this 5’9” gal can actually fit underneath…

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Moving right along! Now it’s time to bring out the potential in this bad boy. Here’s the plan…

Open up the shower by raising the shower head and loading it with white ceramic tile. Sandwiched between the shower and outer wall of the bathroom will be a floating vanity with two vessel sinks. Going from one to two sinks in this bathroom will make for peaceful toothbrushing among we Wilkersons…

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On the other side of the shower, we are leaving the door off of the linen closet and smoothing out the rough edges with fresh sheetrock and new shelving to make for the perfect linen nook. No door = must stay organized, but we are up for the challenge!

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-Cara

6 comments:

Julie,  April 30, 2010 at 9:18 AM  

That is going to look fabulous! The idea for the floating vanity is going to be awesome!

Live the Home Life April 30, 2010 at 10:22 AM  

Thanks, Julie! It's all still in my head right now, but thanks to my architect Dad, I think we can make it work. Woo hoo!

-Cara

Kelly G.,  April 30, 2010 at 11:36 AM  

We took the door off of the linen closet in our bathrooma and we think it made the bathroom feel bigger. We bought three baskets from Home Goods to keep all of the clutter in and it has been easy to keep looking organized so far. Good luck with the remodel!

Cara Beth April 30, 2010 at 4:07 PM  

Love your drawings and your future plans. ARe you going to have an Open House when you are through!? :)

Live the Home Life April 30, 2010 at 4:13 PM  

Thanks, Kelly! We are hoping that opening up the linen closet will make our bathroom feel larger as well. Thanks for the good wishes...we'll take all we can get!

Cara Bath, we will have to have you all over when we are through. Wait a minute, will we ever be through with this house? :)

-Cara

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