MASTER BATH RENO

FINALLY, I am renovating the master bedroom bathroom!  As you can see below, our house has small functional bathrooms.  We are in a 60s ranch, and feel lucky to even have a master bath.  Many houses in our area don't.


Well, it does have the basics, you can say that for it.  But that is about all.

A contractor has been hired and tile selected.  Have you guys ever been to The Tileshop?  They have just about everything tile and beautiful showrooms to help you narrow down your wish list.

I knew I wanted a white and gray color scheme.  I love white bathrooms:  so clean and pristine.  I have been pinning and collecting pictures for years, which helps a great deal when you get to decision time.

My first pick was a no brainer for me, ceramic subway tile in the shower.  My contractor made a suggestion that I liked though, for the longer length subway tile.  
white gloss ceramic subway tile in 14" length for the shower


glass mosaic tile in gray, blue and green for an inset border


penny tile in gray and white for the shower floor


grain look porcelain tile for the bathroom floor


I am excited to see how it all comes together.  The excellent guidance from the salesman at The Tileshop makes me more confident than usual that it will look as I envision.

And there are more decisions to make:  vanity, lighting, mirror, a shelf, shower faucet, vanity faucet.  I have a few ideas and that makes it less daunting.

Come back next week to see the demolition.

*I have not been compensated in any way for my recommendation of The Tileshop.



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