Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Master Bathroom Remodel {part 2}.

Oh goodness it's been over a week and this little blog here has sat quiet.
Actually I haven't thought about blogging much these last few weeks.
I guess I sometimes just need a break from it all.
I mean I haven't looked at Pinterest in like 5 days. 
What? Craziness I tell you.

Anyway, I snapped a few pictures of our master bathroom remodel today.
I had intended on taking more pictures along the way, but you know how that goes.
For part 1 pictures click here.
So here's the progress so far.

The new vanity and counter top has been installed. 
The new sinks are ready to be hooked up.
And we have these nice little custom shelves on both sides which will be painted white. 

The shower is almost complete.
I am in love with the tile. In Love. 
You can't tell in the pictures but the shower floor has the same hexagon tile.
I love hexagon tile. 
I would have put all over the bathroom floor but I didn't want the hassle of cleaning the grout.

Speaking of floors, I'm also in love with our new floor. 
It's a little dusty in these pictures so it looks a bit lighter than it actually is.
I love the distressed wood look and yet it's tile. 
Much more user friendly for a bathroom than real wood.
I've also decided on a paint color.
Can you figure out which one?
Ok, I'll tell.
It's the one on the right. 

We're hoping just another couple of weeks before it's all finished.
We're getting close and I've loving it!

Oh and does anyone else want to remodel their whole house just because they started one project?
Please tell me I'm not the only one.


Janna said...

I think you're on the road to a dreamy bathroom.

the girl in the red shoes said...

I can't wait to see it when it's finished! LOVE the bathroom floor tile that looks like wood...genius!

Gee said...

Why does that happen? When you get one room finished you want to move on to another!! It's true!! :) BTW...good choice on the paint color!

Nancy said...

I am in love with your floor. THat is brilliant! :)

hannah singer said...

yep. the floor is amazing. how exciting!