Master Bath Dreaming and Pinning

1.22.2017

I have been doing lots of master bath dreaming and planning to be prepared for the reno this spring or whenever the mister decides to start this gig. I'm excited and I'm also dreading it. I can't stand the mess and this is going to be a very big mess.

Today I'm sharing just a few bathrooms I've been pinning that have the look or items that I might want in our new bathroom. These are just for ideas as our room may be a different size than some of these.

The source to this said New England Home, but I can't find the original. I love this look and we will do something very similar to this.




I love this bathroom and it is all over pinterest, but no source to the original source.
We are leaning towards wood tile for the floor.

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I wonder if I can get this view installed?

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I like the built in nook for bath supplies.

Yesterday we looked at tubs, tile, and flooring and my oh my so many choices!

You can see the master bath here and this old version here.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!


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20 comments:

  1. You said you want an age-in-place house. I would say the most important thing is to have a shower with no step, or the smallest step possible, and a seat or room for a seat, with a detachable shower hose (and at least one wall where you can eventually install a grab bar). My parents had a bathtub only, and it was one of the biggest reasons they had to leave their house. My mom was adamant about not having a shower.

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    1. The new shower will be similar to these shown and yes a love step in or none at all. Our shower now is very tiny and no room in it at all. The new shower will extend out to where the hutch is for the most part.

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  2. Oh so pretty. Love your inspiration pics. I know it will be fabulous when it is done.

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  3. I love all the tubs but would have a concern about how easy or difficult it would be to get in and out of those lovely deep tubs with the high sides. I've got a deep large tub and love it but I've seen some that I don't think I could use. Just something to consider.

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    1. The tubs are not as deep on the inside as they look from the outside. The bottom is raised up. My tub now is very deep.

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    2. We rented a house in Savannah with an old fashioned tub in it. I had the hardest time getting in and out of it safely. And only in my fifties. I felt like I needed a grab bar on it ☺

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  4. What fun you will have remodeling your bathroom!...Love the inspiration pics!

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  5. Love the inspiration pictures Kim. I am all for the new soaking tubs. We have the 90s jetted jacuzzi that takes FOREVER to fill, and never use it. I am sure you have bathrooms with standard shower/tub combos as well in your lovely home. You can always equip one of those down the road if needed for ease of entry and safety.

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  6. Great inspiration pictures Kim! It will be fun following you on this!

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  7. I love the pics you've chosen as your inspiration! I would say get the tub you like that you can use now. Once you're very old, you probably can't use the tub anyway. Ha! Jimmy's mom used to love baths, but after her stroke they had to retrofit their shower to accomodate her needs and the tub was never used again.

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  8. I love your direction, Kim! I love that first pic with the shelves built in and yes, that ocean view would be awesome!! Too bad we can renovate the outside to put us at the beach... ;-)

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  9. All really great inspiration photos, Kim. You will have so much fun...and when it is all done (after the mess) you will feel like you have a spa in your home. I love our master bath and we each have our "own area" which I really love. lol We have both the deep, spa tub and a walk in shower. Can't wait till you get it all underway. xo Diana

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  10. Love that last tub...oh sigh. You probably know this but some floors cannot handle the weight of cast iron tubs especially that size. Caught an episode on HGTV one time where the couple needed to change the tub.
    Wish I had room for one just like it however...it is breathtaking. Love the bath storage nook too.

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    1. june, we will get an acrylic one which don't weigh too much.

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  11. Love all the inspiration photos Kim. You have such a great knack for design so I know the bathroom remodel will be great. Loved how the kitchen came out so good luck with the bathroom. I hate the thought of the mess too when you renovate but it will be beautiful when done.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  12. Kim, I can't wait to see what you guys do with your bathroom! I have no doubt that it will be gorgeous when you finish!

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  13. Love the first three photos with the oversized shower. It struck me how much fun remodelling a room is nowadays with the Internet, we can spend hours choosing styles we like, there is just so much inspiration available, we can even have our choices drawn in 3D to see if we like them, I just thought, and I have no idea why particularly, but I just thought, aren't we lucky, the planning stages are just as much fun as the finished project!

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  14. Love all your inspiration pictures!! Your master bathroom is going to be spectacular when you are done with it!!

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  15. I love all your inspiration pictures! My bathroom needs to be redone as well and I've been pinning like crazy, even if most bathrooms on Pinterest are the size of my living-room and my own bathroom is very very small!

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  16. Well I am not sure how you can choose as they are all very beautiful, good luck!

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