I am soooooooooo excited to be doing another round of the One Room Challenge as a guest participant! If you’re not familiar, the One Room Challenge is a six week biannual event that happens every April and October. On Wednesdays, twenty chosen designers share a space they working on along with sources and design tips. However, everyone with a blog is lucky enough to join in on the fun as a Guest Participant and share their own spaces every Thursday!
During the last round in October, I completed our master bedroom and it was so much fun! This round I am doing our master bath and I can’t wait to get started! And a special thank you to all my sponsors – Quality Bath, LexMod, Royal Design Studio Stencils & Lamps Plus!
Our bathroom now is pretty builder basic. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it, but meh. It’s pretty boring and I know it can be improved. Our laminate countertops, basic sinks, fixtures, and lighting are all getting an upgrade. I will even be diving into a little DIY tiling for the walls and floors. Our linoleum flooring is nothing special and needs to be replaced. Since we installed our Pergo flooring in the master bedroom, it has been screaming for an upgrade.
The only changes I’ve made since moving in were painting and adding some decor. We also removed the towel bars and replaced them with some hooks, but now I am ready to replace those too. I wanna take our bathroom from builder basic to a sophisticated and modern look with a simple black, white, and wood color scheme.
ONE ROOM CHALLENGE
MASTER BATH DESIGN BOARD
- update shower & fixtures
- install subway tile
- install hexagon floor tile
- update vanity & sinks
- remove builder mirror and replace with two smaller round mirrors
- update all lighting
- replace and simplify decor & accessories
We have a lot of work to do on our bathroom and I am terrified we won’t finish in time! Although, we aren’t doing any structural changes, I think this will be an awesome update. For the next six weeks, every Thursday I will be sharing updates to the room. Then, I will share more details and sources for the design. I can’t wait to get started and share it all! If you’d like to follow along with my weekly posts, be sure to sign up for blog updates!