It’s been 3 months since I shared with y’all that I’m planning a black and white master bath makeover at my house and I really thought it would be finished by now. But, it’s not! In fact, I have to wait another month before my contractor can get to me. Things have really picked up out there in the renovation business and these guys are staying busier than ever with people updating and renovating their homes instead of moving. So, that means I have to wait.
I had to change my original plans with my first choice contractors, the guys I’ve worked with before. Unfortunately, they just couldn’t promise when they could fit me in, so I moved on to another recommendation. I got a decent estimate from a referral from a blog friend, so I’m hoping this one turns out as good as I expect it to. You never know when you hire someone, so I’m taking a chance on this crew. I’ll share them all with you if things turn out the way I hope!
Tile from Floor and Decor, who is partnering with me on this project for my tile.
Vanity/Home Decorators Collection via Home Depot: I love this vanity and it’s everything I hoped it would be.
Shower doors/Kohler via Home Depot (these 3 items not sponsored, I purchased)
Wood and metal etagere via Joss and Main. I’ll use this piece in the corner with storage baskets for extra storage. This is not a very high-end piece, but it should do the job.
Hopefully you get an idea of how I’m putting this together with this design board. I shared the tile plans back in this bathroom post and have since then, chosen a vanity and glass sliding shower doors.
I’ve already got a blue/green paint color in there, but since things will need to be repainted anyway, I’m going to try a pretty new blue from the Magnolia Paint collection, called Rainy Days.
I still have to pick up my tile and supplies to get started in mid-June, so I will get that done soon and then the waiting begins! I’m super excited to get this bathroom updated. I know it will feel so fresh and energizing when I go in there every day and use it. The first time I take a shower in the new tiled shower will be a dream come true!
I chose sliding shower doors because I don’t have enough space in there for a door that swings, but these are pretty and semi-frameless, so they should be really pretty in there.
Here are a few more black and white bathroom inspiration pics for your enjoyment! I never get tired of black and white.
And here are 2 great pics of a bathroom remodel that Kelly from Lily Pad Cottage did at her parent’s house. You have to see the Before and Afters of this space!
I’m such a fan of black and white tile, because it’s timeless, classic and beautiful.
Making a classic choice is a good one that I don’t think I’ll regret down the road. I can change out colors in here and go any direction in the future.
Do you love black and white as much as I do? I hope you enjoyed the updates of my tiny master bath plans. I can hardly wait to get started!