This is another post that has been a long time coming. I am excited to share with you the details of our elegant white master bathroom. Over the years whenever I’ve done beauty posts, I receive so many requests for the details on our master bathroom. After I shared more pictures on Monday in the Winter Skin Rescue post and received tons of questions, I thought no better time than the present to finally share it with you.
Before I dive in, I want to thank all of you who have checked in on us and your friends in Texas who have been impacted by the winter storm and power outages. Thankfully, we regained power yesterday and our home has not sustained any damage that we know of. So many of our friends and neighbors have and it’s truly devastating. We are praying that the rising temperatures will restore power to everyone quickly so that they can be safe in their own homes.
We did a full renovation, which included moving walls and all the plumbing fixtures, about eight years ago. I still love every detail and wouldn’t change a thing! On Instagram stories today, I will walk you through what the old layout was and how we moved some doors and walls around to reconfigure the space.
We have one long counter with his and her sinks and vanity cabinets. My cabinet is pretty deep as it serves as the side of the vanity/dressing table area. I shared the cabinet organization here. I designed the mirrored fretwork doors that were custom made by Chandler Cabinets. Our countertops are 39 inches tall and topped with Levantina Bianco Carrera Marble. I absolutely love this marble! We did a polished finish and it has not shown any wear and tear over the past eight years. A single mirror with beveled edge over this counter helps reflect the light from the single window in this space just opposite of the counters. It’s size really makes this bathroom feel much larger than it is. The Chandelier is Robert Abbey’s Bling in Polished Nickel.
You’ve seen this dressing table area in many of my beauty posts. I put a lot of thought into the details here. I love venetian mirrors and greet key and was so happy to highlight both of those at my dressing table. The sconces are Alexa Hampton Abbot single sconces in polished nickel. I wasn’t able to find them online but this one looks identical.
My sweet friend Roz Murphy, who I have talked about before when I shared my master bedroom helped me create my dream dressing table chair. She found a beautiful silver linen fabric and had my custom monogram embroidered on it. We recovered this mod chair to create this stunning silver beauty. Sometimes you just have to be a little creative! This venetian mirror helps to create the perfect jewelbox moment. I love getting ready here every day.
The shower was originally where the dressing table so we moved it to create a larger shower. It is enclosed in frameless glass. I love how open and large it feels in all glass. The marble on the bottom of the walls is Bianco Carrera 12 x 12 tile cut in half and laid in a straight pattern. There is a Thassos marble chair rail to separate it from the 12 x 12 Thassos tile at the top. The shower floor is a Carrera and Thassos marble basket weave pattern. We also used the 12 x 12 white Thassos marble tiles cut into 3 x 12 strips to create the herringbone pattern on the floor.
My favorite feature of our master bath is the Bain Ultra Baleno Sanos air jet tub. I just might have designed the whole master bath around this fabulous tub. In our home before this one, I had a great tub and took a bath every night. It’s my favorite way to wind down after a busy day. When we moved into this home we quickly found out that the overflow was not connected and the tub leaked into my husband study below! For six years I was not able to use the tub very full or at all!
My main goal for the remodel was a fabulous tub! I used the Baleno Sanos flat deck 66 inch tub with no skirt. I am 5’2” and wanted something I could sit in comfortably and touch the far side. It has a heated air jets that blow warm air through the tub instead of recirculating water. This means no water gets stuck in the tubing and potential for mold and mildew. The warm air ensures your water does not cool off. The shade over the tub was custom-made by Roz Murphy. The iridescent white and silver grass cloth wallpaper was also sourced through Roz.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the details of our elegant gray and white master bath. Do you have any additional questions please let me know in the comments below. I am always happy to answer!
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Photos by Mary Hafner
So thankful to know that you and your family are safe and well. Prayers for all of you in Texas!
Thank you so very much on both accounts!
One of my favorite projects and the most beautiful Master Bath! Timeless and elegant!
It was fun to work on this together!
Thank you for sharing all the details of this beautiful space!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by!