I have been waiting sooooooooooooooooooo long to write this post. Bathroom remodel phase three has come to an end (spoiler alert: there is a phase four still to come).
Phase One: The floor. We ripped out the square beige tiles with almost zero effort required. That explained the issues we were having with cracking and loss of grout. We replaced them with this gorgeous gray wood grain tile from Lowes. We also painted the room Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter.
Phase Two: The toilet nook. We replaced the old round bowl toilet with an American Standard Vormax Plus from Home Depot. We added floating shelves from Hobby Lobby and styled with accessories from Hobby Lobby and Target.
Phase Three: Vanity wall. The bathroom previously had a single bowl French country style vanity. The space was exactly 72” so we got this amazingly beautiful double bowl vanity from Costco. The top is Quartz, but it looks like marble. True confession: I thought it was marble til last week 😂🤦🏻♀️. We added shiplap to the wall above the vanity. It was our first time working with shiplap and I thought it went really well. We used MDF shiplap from Lowes. It comes primed white. We painted all sides before we put it up form moisture resistance and then painted a final coat after puttying the nail holes.
The mirrors and the faucets are both oil rubbed bronze and we found them at Lowes. The lights are Westinghouse from Amazon, but we spray painted the bottoms white because we didn’t like the gold color they came. Decor, as always, via Hobby Lobby, Home Goods, and Target 🙌🏻
Phase Four: The shower. As over the moon as I am to be done this part of the reno, we still need to retile the tub surround. I would love a marble subway tile to match the quartz vanity top, but I’m still undecided. Pleaseeee tag me in any tub tile inspiration you think would match this bathroom. Also, feel free to reach out if you have any questions or want links to any products we used. Thanks!!