This is how the room looked before ...
It really wasn't bad. Just a bit outdated with the brass fixtures and cultured marble countertops.
Kathy didn't want to throw the baby out with the bath water. (Sorry. I couldn't resist.) The floor tile, shower, tub and cabinetry were all staying put. She wanted an updated look, without a major overhaul.
We started by updating the shower with a frameless shower door enclosure.
This simple change really opens up the space and makes the shower appear taller. A new chrome extendable shower head takes the place of the small brass wall unit.
|HER VANITY "BEFORE"|
|HER VANITY "AFTER"|
A new mirror flanked by sconces replaces the builder-grade mirror and overhead lighting.
|HIS VANITY "BEFORE"|
Across the room, Kathy's husband's vanity received a similar makeover. It is a really small space, but we still managed to fit a mirror and sconces above it.
|HIS VANITY "AFTER"|
I lost serious sleep over this vanity, but I think it turned out beautifully.
The original bathtub was perfectly fine, but rather plain.
The surround was given a much more finished look with the addition of wood paneling. The walls are painted Sherwin William's Sea Salt. (What can I say? It's a favorite!) We added a gorgeous mock roman shade to the windows.
My photos are not doing it justice, but hopefully you can get the idea. You can also see the thick crown molding we added to the entire room. It makes such a huge difference in giving the room a "finished" look.
I hope you love Kathy's new and improved bathroom as much as I do. I'm hoping to have before and after photos of her master bedroom soon.
Have a great weekend!!
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