Farmhouse Master Bathroom Reveal

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Our bathroom is finally complete!


Can we get a Halejuliah!


Today is the day we’ve been waiting for…for a longggg time. Like for 2 months!


Why you ask?

Because, we’ve pretty much had our bathroom completed for about that long. All except, that cabinet doors. Can you believe it? The cabinet doors!


Today, we’re going to share with you our Farmhouse Master Bathroom Reveal!




Here is our master bathroom before.


No, I’m not kidding.


We first started out by removing that wall in between the sink area and shower/toilet area.


Big difference! Ya?




Then we had this.


Not bad, but we still had a long ways to go at this point.


We literally started from scratch besides leaving the existing shower stall and cabinet base. Everything else was ripped out.




It feels like a completely new space now, which we love.


Stepping into this bathroom makes us feel like we are in a new house even.




After removing the wall, we had to repair drywall, texture, and prime for painting.


We then installed the new flooring which is a porcelain tile that looks exactly like wood. It is AMAZING. I highly recommend this flooring, especially for small spaces like a bathroom or laundry room.




A lot of the decor in this space was upcycled from other rooms in the house or made DIY.




You may remember seeing these wall art pieces in our entry way?


They were featured in our How to Paint a Door {Like the Pros} post.


How to Paint a Door Without Brush Marks


Using only craft paint, I was able to transform them for our master bath.




Next, we tackled tiling the shower and sink back splash {after we had the granite remnant counter top installed and double sinks}




We chose a 2″x4″ white subway tile and purchased them in the 1 foot squares with backing, which made installation much easier.


We love having tile above the shower stall. It makes such a difference in both functionality and design for this space.




A farmhouse bathroom isn’t complete without the perfect farmhouse lighting, right?


We found these online and couldn’t be happier with the results.




and because we have two sinks, we thought it would look best to have one light over each sink.




Painting the cabinets made a night and day difference in this space.  Mic {the Hubbs} built all of the cabinet doors and we left the existing drawer fronts and painted everything the perfect shade of creamy white.




Remember the orange oak that was there before…..




Down right scary.


Did you also notice that on top of adding another sink, Mic also built in another cabinet so my side had storage underneath too.


This has been wonderful!




But everyone knows that in order to make the space come together, you not only have the design down, but it’s all about accessorizing too.


Am I right?




Accessorizing the bathroom is very similar to adding that perfect piece of jewelry to your outfit.




and the best part is, bathroom decor doesn’t have to be expensive.


In fact, I decorated this entire space with most items I already had on hand and just upcycled using paint, changing out pictures, or repurposing.




or you can use coupons and find good deals…




like this cute hook I found at Hobby Lobby 50% off and used it as a towel hook.




We hope you’ve enjoyed a tour of our new Farmhouse Master Bathroom and love it as much as we do.


A detail list will be coming soon and we’ll be sharing the best places to find deals on items for remodeling your bathroom.



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  1. says

    It looks absolutely amazing!!! Tons of great inspiration here- we are in the midst of designing our next house, and these kinds of beautiful rooms give me so many good ideas! I love the finish on your hardware- looks almost like a gunmetal grey?? What’s that called?

    Great, great job!!

    • says

      You are too sweet Jessica! Thank you!! I bet it must be fun to design your next house!!! I love getting inspiration online too and this is where Pinterest comes in handy for storing it all :D The hardware on the cabinets is matte black and the knobs are burlap. I ordered the pulls through Amazon and the knobs are from Hobby Lobby.
      Thanks again,

    • says

      Thank you, Mary! You know, I wasn’t sure how it was going to look with the wall gone, but I am so glad we removed it. It is a complete difference and so much more natural light is let in making the space feel fresher, brighter, and cleaner. Thanks for stopping by :)

    • says

      Hi Katy. Yes, we used BEHR ultra primer/paint in one and that color was color matched from Martha Stewart’s Bedford Gray. You can pick up this paint at Home Depot. I highly recommend it.

    • says

      Thanks, Suzanne! The lights are really one of my favorites things about this space :D Thanks for the invite to your party, I’ll make sure to stop over and link up.

  2. says

    Oh my goodness, the transformation is totally amazing. I love your new bathroom. Such pretty fixtures you selected too. Great colors and fantastic accessories. I love it all. I would love for you to link up to my ongoing party – Inspire Me – Hope to see you there. Hugs, Marty

    • says

      Thanks so much, Kelly! We just used MDF trim, cut it to size, painted it and installed it using contractors glue. I know that Shanty2Chic sisters use 3m strips on the wood so it can be removed later, but we always glue it because we like the look of trimmed out mirrors. Then you just find a “crown molding” piece for the very top, paint it and glue it to the very top of the mirror trim. It made such a difference from the builder grade mirror!
      Good luck!

    • says

      That’s so sweet of you, Gretchen! Aren’t the wood floors totally cool? I couldn’t believe they were the same price as the original tiles we were going to go with. So glad we made this choice.

  3. Katie says

    This is a beautiful transformation!! I love every feature. Can you share how your husband did the cabinets?? They look amazing and I am looking to redo my bathroom soon :)

    • says

      Thanks, Katie! We can do a tutorial…just haven’t put it together yet. BUT, what he did was fairly easy so I know you can do it too!! Check back for the tutorial soon, k.

  4. Ami says

    What color grout did you use with the subway tiles? I have white grout with white subway tiles, but considering using one of the grout paints in a dark color to give it a little contrast.

  5. says

    I’m having your bathrooms redesigned in San Diego and the contractor that did the ceramic floor, deposit wood baseboards and then durock before installing the ceramic tile. He then grouted anything, but he did not grout or do such a thing around the fringe of the bathroom where the ground meets the wall. When I asked concerning this to another of the contractors, he said that that area would be covered with the shoe molding and didn’t have to be grouted. Is this true. Is this common practice or should the very edges of the rooom be grouted too or caulked or something. Is this only a matter of preference among contractors or did they miss a step?.

  6. says

    Those lights are perfect! Where did you find them? Could you possibly share the link? I’m looking for something similar for a project. The whole bathroom looks great too.

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  8. Jen Pesterfield says

    This is awesome! Love the use of white without being boring! Gorgeous! We just bought a 1900 farmhouse and are re-doing the bathroom. What are the dimensions of this bath? Thanks! great job!

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  10. Sara says

    Wondering what the finished dimensions are on your bathroom? We have a similar footprint and I’m curious if we’d be able to fit double sinks in like you have here. Thanks!

  11. Brooke says

    Oh my! Your before picture looks exactly like our bathroom! I love the transformation!! I am inspired! Eek!
    Thanks for sharing!


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