Master Bathroom Resource List

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I’m excited to finally get around to sharing our Master Bathroom Resource List with you. If you missed the actual before and after post you can view it here >>>Farmhouse Master Bathroom Reveal.

 

One of the most asked questions about our new space is, what paint colors did you use. So, here they are :D
Master-Bathroom-Paint-Colors

 

We’ve also received emails about the materials used in this space and so through the next series of photos, I will be sharing what and where we purchased everything.

 

Master-Bath-Design-Board

 

 

Let’s get started shall we!

 

Farmhouse-bathroom-decorating-ideas

 

 

Farmhouse-Bath-DIY

 

Details:

  1. Mirror- Builder grade mirror framed our with 3″ MDF trim from Lowes around the right, left, and bottom sides and then a 5″ MDF trim piece for the top and then a 1.5″ crown molding trim was added to the very top. All trim pieces were painted in White Dove {a Benjamin Moore color we had color matched in BEHR Ultra Paint in Satin}

 

 

Bathroom-Decorating-Ideas

 

Details:

1. Countertops- Remnant pieces that we got for free but paid for labor of install which included cutting holes for double sinks and shaping and polishing granite from The Granite Guy.

2. Sink Faucets- Purchased from Overstock

3. Faucet Porcelain Cross Handles- Purchased from Amazon

4. Sinks- Purchased from Home Depot

5. Subway Tile- Purchased from Home Depot

 

 

Paint-Cabinets

 

Details:

1. Cabinet- We kept the existing base and Mic built new doors using beadboard and 3″ wood trim from Lowes. The base and doors/drawers were painted in White Dove. I painted the base by hand using a combination of a foam roller, angled paint brush, and Floretral {my secret weapon for acheiving no brush strokes}. We then used a sprayer to paint the cabinet doors and drawer fronts.

2. Cabinet Hinges- Purchased from Amazon

3. Cabinet Pulls- Purchased from Amazon

4. Cabinet Knobs-Purchased from Hobby Lobby {wait until they go on sale 50% off…it’s a great deal this way!}

 

Wall-Sconce-Lighting

 

Details:

1. Lighting- Purchased from Amazon and then we gave each light 2 coasts of Black Satin spray paint to achieve a darker, richer finish. They ended up being more of a brown color when they arrived and that wouldn’t have worked for this space.

2. Vintage Style Bulbs- Purchased from Lowes

 

White-Subway-Tile

 

Details:

1. Shower Door- Purchased from Home Depot

2. Shower Head and Shower Strainer- Purchased from Home Depot {we kept the existing knob and spray painted the backing in Black Satin spray paint and cleaned up the knob}

3. Subway Tile- Purchased from Home Depot

 

 

Wall-Art-DIY

 

Details:

1. Love is All You Need Art- Spray painted an old frame with White Satin spray paint, covered the matting in burlap, and created the print in Picmonkey.com and had it printed on a medium weight cardstock from Staples.

2. & symbol- Purchased from Hobby Lobby

3. Dark beaded frame- Shopped the house for it and added a new black & white photo I had printed from Costco

 

 

Reclaimed-Wood-Towel-Holder

 

Details:

1. Towel Hook- Made DIY using reclaimed wood and hooks purchased from Hobby Lobby

2. Towels- Purchased from Target

 

 

Wood-Look-Tile

 

Details:

1. Flooring- Purchased from Costless Carpet. It is a porcelain tile that looks identical to wood floors…love, love, love it and highly recommend this flooring!

2. Jute Rugs- Purchased from World Market

 

 

Bath-Decorating-Ideas

 

Details:

1. Wall Art- Upcycled items from our entryway that I painted using a series of acrylic paints, mini paint brushes, and foam brushes. I gave each piece 2 coats of non-yellowing poly spray to seal in the paint and protect it from moisture in the bathroom.

2. Basket- Purchased from Tuesday Mornings

3. Washcloths- Purchased from Target

4. Toilet Handle- Purchased from Lowes

5. Toilet- Purchased from Lowes but this was already a newer toilet before we started this remodel, so we kept it and gave it a good cleaning to make it feel new :D

6. Toilet Seat- Purchased from Lowes and I highly recommend these ones if you have small children…like us!

 

 

I really hope I’m not forgetting anything, but if you have a question about an item not listed above, please feel free to leave a comment below or email me directly at blissfullyeverafter3{at}gmail.com.

 

Thanks and I hope you have a great weekend friends!

 

 

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    • says

      Thanks, Shar! The subway tile is white and the flooring almost looks like a greyish distressed wood {but is really porcelain tile}. Hope this helps!
      ~Jennifer

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