Just off our primary bedroom is our primary bathroom. I wanted a really spa-like, modern vibe in here, so kept the finishes to marble, wood, black and white.
It’s a large space and a great lesson in high/low mix. Can you believe that those floors are faux marble? And that the tub and vanity are big box store purchases? It looks way more expensive than it really cost!
We are ridiculously happy with how this room came out. It’s a dream to get ready in here every morning!
Bathroom Blog Posts:
Want more details on how we pulled together this room? I chronicled the whole thing – check out the posts below!
- The Beginning + Moodboard Design
- Deciding on the Tile Floors
- Finding the Perfect Double Vanity
- Choosing a Free Standing Tub
- How to Refinish an old Wood Dresser
- Tiling and Finishing the Shower
- BEFORE + AFTER
- Bathroom Vanity – the “Sheffield” – from Home Depot (here for Canadian version)
- Vanity Faucets, the ‘Ara’ by Delta
- Round Mirrors above Vanity (these ones are similar, our specific ones are no longer available)
- Bathtub and Tub Faucet, ‘Ove’ from Costco (keep your eyes peeled for sales – we got ours for less than $1000!)
- Upcycled Dresser (painted with Fusion Mineral paint)
- Floor & Shower tile – Large 24×24 porcelain tiles purchased locally on clearance at Euro Tile & Stone, Ottawa ON
- Teak Drain Cover by Kohler
- Marble herringbone tile in shower niche (similar; ours was purchased from Lowe’s but I can’t find it available online)
- Matte black Shower Faucet, the ‘Ara’ by Delta Faucet
- Towel bar, hooks, and all matching matte black accessories from Delta Faucet
- Black & White Turkish Towels
- Beaded Light Fixture above Bathtub
- Wall shelf (above toilet): Lack from IKEA
- Window treatment: Lenda curtains from IKEA
- Stool: Frosta from IKEA
- Faux leafy plant and Basket
- Black soap pump (similar; ours is no longer available)
- Wall, trim and door paint colour: Jo Jo Whitewash by Para Paint