The bathrooms were one of the biggest renovations in my new condo. I never liked my bathrooms. Both the master bath and the powder room had dark black countertops and dated brown tile. My new bathroom decor vibe is clean, white and bright. Here are the before and after photos and how we created the new white marble bathrooms.
The Master Bathroom
My master bathroom is pretty small. So we kept the general layout of the space. We made everything white to make it look bigger. My designer, Jean Luxe, and I played around with different tiles for texture. The floor and shower are different size white marble tiles and the decorative tile backsplash is a mix of glass and stone.
An oversize mirror helped make the space look larger, too. For the countertops, I went with quartz so I didn’t have to worry about any spills (it’s so easy to clean!).
The shower used to have a sliding door. But my designer picked out this taller glass door that opens out, which makes the shower itself feel bigger. I’ve always wanted a handheld shower head, so we worked with Ferguson to pick out the perfect finishings for a luxe hotel-like bathroom vibe.
The Powder Room
The guest bathroom, or powder room as designers like to say, is the space you can have a little more fun with your design. I fell in love with this shimmer wall paper, so we used it to add a touch of metallic to the space.
We matched the vanity to the master bath and did the same light fixtures. I also went with matching white marble bathroom accessories sets. My favorite part about the powder room is the flooring. Like the decorative wall in the master bath, it’s a mix of glass and stone. The pictures don’t do it justice. It shimmers under the light. I think I’ll have to do a Kira Kira shoefie to show how it looks in real life.
I hope you enjoyed my bathroom tour and make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to watch new #ssathome reveals over the next few weeks!
Shop My Bathroom Decor
Idell Scalloped Mirror – Lamps Plus
Whitney Silver Leaf Wall Mirror – Lamps Plus
Feiss Infinity Mirror – Lamps Plus
Frosted Glass Sphere Bathroom Light – Lamps Plus
Shoes in Bathtub Print – Michelle Kyle
Marble Wastebasket – Waterworks
Marble Tray – Waterworks
Luna Marble Soap Dispenser – Waterworks
Irvine Slim Frame – Framebridge (Use SYDNE15 for 15% off your first Framebridge purchase)
Statuario Maximus Quartz – Caesarstone
The Complete Bathe Bundle – Snowe
Custom Tile Floor – M2
Custom Decorative Wall – M2
Willow Court Bath Towel – Kate Spade
Gold Toothbrush – Quip
Pop Champagne Candle – Jonathan Adler
Baies Candle – Diptyque
Super White Paint – Benjamin Moore
Shimmer White Wallpaper – Graham & Brown
Photos by Michelle Kyle
Robe: old but similar here and here
Nails: Essie “Fiji”
Incredible transformation!!! I love how bright everything is from the remodeling!!
Your bathroom looks really amazing. Did you manage the repair on your own, or did you call the master? We also have this in the plans, it remains only to find a master. I read the reviews here https://bath-fitter.pissedconsumer.com/review.html to clearly understand if he can help us
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Wow! This is just an incredible update! I love how light and minimalistic it is. Did you use Italian vanities or something similar? Looks amazing