Revive @ Home: Master Bathroom

Updated: Feb 5, 2020

In my last post, I shared our master bedroom design, and today I'm excited to share the adjacent master bathroom plans...

Here are some 'before' images of the bathroom...


The style of this bathroom will be a little more edgy than the rest of the main floor, but still has the same elements as we'll use throughout the other spaces.


The vanity is a floating style that will sit about 12" off the floor. There will be slab maple doors and drawers that will match the wood details elsewhere. We'll use sleek matte black ledge pulls for hardware that will give a very modern look. We'll use a white onyx countertop to keep things fresh and light, with black faucets and mirrors.

For lighting, instead of the more commonly used lights directly over the mirrors, we are opting for wall sconces between the mirrors to properly light up the mirror while it's being used. I love the brass + black combo these sconces will be to tie everything together and make an edgy statement. We'll also have recessed lights on the ceiling, which will be painted black (the same black as the shiplap wall in the bedroom and the cabinets in the entry).

The flooring will be a black stone look vinyl flooring for durability and low maintenance. This flooring will be the same we'll also use in the sunroom (design plans for that room in the next blog post!). Though the ceiling and floors are both dark, nearly everything else in the space will be light. The trim and doors will be white, and the walls will be painted in Sherwin Williams Sea Salt, which is a super pretty light blue-green color.

Shower Design

The shower is one of the things I'm most excited to see come together. There we will be using the same 3x12 ceramic subway tile as in the kitchen, except it'll be white in color and will be laid out in a stacked pattern that will keep things super modern and clean. The shower door will be mostly glass with matte black sliding hardware, so this will keep this bathroom feeling larger and more open than a more closed shower design.

I found a mosaic tile for the shower niche that was love at first sight. While it may seem like a bad idea to use wood in a shower, this tile is made of teak, which is water-resistant and also treated to be safe for showers. I LOVE how this wood adds some warmth, pattern, and a splash of interest to an otherwise pretty basic shower and is the same wood color as the vanity.

Along the top of the shower curb as well as the bottom of the recessed niche where shampoo and soap will sit directly on, we'll use a narrow slab of Cambria quartz in a black color (not shown in renderings) to give a clean border to these areas.

Be watching for updates coming SOOON!

I'd love to hear your thoughts on this design below...

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