The Master Bathroom Reveal

9.25.2017

It's finally time to share the master bathroom reveal!! I shared some BEFORE PHOTOS last week and I hope you'll check those out, if you missed it, to see what a dramatic change we made. After several months of work with us doing some of the labor and subbing out the rest I finally have my dream bathroom. It is now the fanciest room in the house and it's the room we start and end each day with so it should be spa like, right? I am sharing a lot of pictures today with very little words and I'll share the details and sources soon and possibly a cost breakdown.






If you follow me on instagram then you probably saw a different vanity stool. Yea, I'll explain that next time.

Depending on the light coming in the vanity cabinets change color. This is when the sunlight isn't hitting them.



The tile guy installed the floor and shower tile and Mr. Savvy did this wall. That tile guy has nothing on my man. The mister would have done all of it if it wasn't for his bad back, but we still wouldn't be finished either. 😏

Here you can see the little flecks of color in the quartz. I wish the sparkle ones would show up.



Most of the accessories are vintage things I had on hand.





Of course I had to add some fall colored flowers.





Love the custom built ins. One door was installed for storage.



Of course there are monograms. I'm southern.









This vintage French bronze mirror was going to be used on the vanity dressing area, but it isn't magnified and my poor eyes need help. 









I took this one from inside the shower. Yep, tripod and all.



Have to have a little bling.

Instead of a traditional towel bar I purchased this vintage French rack.



Another chandelier in the potty room. Much better than the exhaust fan with a light built in.





So glad we had the tile laid in the herringbone pattern.





The antique French child's chair is the perfect addition in here. Mr. Savvy asked if he could sit on it and I said yes, if you want to break it.




We could not be more thrilled with how the bathroom turned out and I am patting myself on the back for all the choices I made for the room. This was a huge job to take on and I was second guessing myself through it. I just kept telling myself....you can do it.

If you are still here, thank you.
I will share the details and a source list soon.

Have a fabulous week!


98 comments:

  1. WoW its stunning! Congratulations!!!!

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  2. That is beautiful!! If I remember correctly, your before looked a lot like my master bath. I need to redo mine and may have to copy this!

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  3. Absolutely amazing! I love all of your choices but I'm swooning over the lighting....and that built in!

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  4. It's pure perfection. You did a great job!

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  5. Oh Kim, your bathroom is beautiful!!

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  6. That floor! The herringbone is perfect. And the angles are similar to the diamond tiles in the shower, which, again, kudos for the niche and accent wall matching the floor. Your subway tiles on the walls are as lustrous as pearls.
    We have a big glass shower like this in one of our rental apartments and it is a nightmare to clean. If you find a good product that doesn't streak, please share. We are still testing and not yet satisfied. So far, the best is vinegar, but it requires several passes to eliminate streaks.

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    1. So far we are keeping it clean by using a squeegee after each shower and it was first cleaned with a glass cleaner. We may put some Rain X on the glass as suggested by the shower glass salesman. That is what he does on his.

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  7. Oh, wow! You must be so excited to use this beautiful bathroom everyday! I especially like the built-ins.

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  8. Kim, it looks fabulous! Every choice that you made it perfect! I love the tile wall, the tub and all of the built ins.

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  9. Wow....just gorgeous!!! I would stay in there all day!! The child's chair is perfect in its new spot!

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  10. It is gorgeous. You did a great job with all your finish choices, so pretty.

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  11. Looks beautiful Kim! I think if I had to choose a favorite part I would have to say the vanity or the built in linen.

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  12. I was so excited as soon as I saw the title of your post show up. Stunning, Kim, just stunning! I think I love the tile the most, no the vanity, no maybe the built ins...It's all incredible and so YOU! Love it all!
    Shelley

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  13. Oh my goodness! That bathroom is stunning. You did an excellent job! I love the brass chandelier and all the extra vintage touches you added. The bathtub is fabulous. Really everything is! You deserve lots of pats on the back!

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  14. Very pretty! Love the light streaming in. (PS We don't have a single towel bar in the house - love the vintage rack!)

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  15. Congratulations Kim. Every selection you made just sets off the next. Floors,fixtures,moldings,lighting,mirrors tieing back to the floors,drapes. Congratulations. Perfection ��

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  16. Well it is gorgeous!!!....Love all of the beautiful details and this remodel was truly a labor of love!!! I cannot wait to actually see it in person! And, I knew that chair was going to be the chair that would have its rightful place by the tub! Looks fantastic!!

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  17. Kim, It turned out beautiful! I love all of the choices you made.

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  18. Beautiful! And yes, Rain X works!

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  19. Your new bath is stunning! It looks similar to your inspiration photos so it's just the way you wanted it! I love every detail! The tile work on the shower and above the vanities is gorgeous! The tub and shower are gorgeous! It's so spa like and light and airy! I love the built in shelves on the wall where your tub is. I love free standing tubs! Very elegant!

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  20. Absolutely stunning Kim! Your choices are wonderful and all work so well together. Best bathroom I've seen in a long time. Bravo!!!

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  21. Very,very pretty. I love each area. The floor really sets off the whole room. And that chair is perfect! Denise

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  22. Oh Kim, it’s just stunning!! Love the floor, love the walll tile, love it all, but especially that tub area with the gorgeous shelving behind it!! Enjoy it every single day... :-)

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  23. Never second guess yourself again! Your choices are perfect. Gorgeous. The floor. The tile. The cafe curtains. The lighting. The tub. The built ins. Swooning here!

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  24. this is fabulous, Kim. you've brought it all together for a low key elegance that is beautiful, comfortable, and practical. I love those freestanding tubs, but I use a lot of hair and bath products that I'd never be able to haul out and put away each bath time. LOVE your little Buffalo Check stool!

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  25. Well Kim...I think it's gorgeous! Every little detail is stunning...you did a superb job! ;)

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  26. Oh Kim!!! It is stunning! I love every detail! You 2 are a fabulous team! I love that French rack in place of a towel bar! Love the bling, love the SHOWER, love it all. Enjoy!!!!

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  27. Your bathroom turned out AMAZING.....everything is so stunning!
    ~Des

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  28. Your bathroom is so gorgeous, beyond.......

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  29. The bathroom looks fabulous!!!
    Like Mr.Savvy, I was also going to ask you whether we can sit on it.😀

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  30. It certainly is drool worthy! My favorite is all the tile chosen...want sources please. and how did they trim out the edge of the wall?
    I also love the shower fixtures. I would stay in this bathroom forever.

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  31. I so rarely make comments but this must be one of the prettiest bathrooms I've seen in a long while. Love it!

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  32. Kim,
    You and the Mister did a beautiful job of designing this stunning new master bath! Wow...all the details are just gorgeous. I must give kudos to Mr. Savvy on his excellent tile job. My favorite detail is the herringbone floor..it really sets the room off. Also, glad you made the smart choice to go with quartz countertops. While I love marble I have seen the maintenance nightmare they can be.

    My hubby is retired and just finished renovating our 90's master bathroom. It took him 4 months (and almost killed him) but its completed and he did an amazing job. We torn out our outdated jetted tub and made a large walk-in shower with bench. You mentioned cleaning the glass on your shower door and since we are going this week to shop for frameless glass doors I have one question. I thought there was a permanent coating you could get for the glass that prevented water spots and kept it clean?

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    1. Teresa, I asked him about that and he said he felt it wasn't worth the extra expense and to just use Rain X. You can ask where you shop, but my guy talked me out of it. He seemed to think it doesn't last forever.

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  33. Congrats on the GORGE new space Kim. It looks beautiful!!!!

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  34. Beautiful job. Great inspiration when we get ready to redo our ensuite.

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  35. Absolutely stunning! I love the hardware & that tub & shower are pure heaven. ENJOY, Kim!

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  36. It's just gorgeous, Kim!!! Pinning like mad over here ;)
    Hugs, Jamie

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  37. You most certainly created a beautiful bathroom...that tub you chose is gorgeous too

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  38. Absolutely divine Kim! Love your choice in flooring and tile colors! I love how you mixed in traditional & a hint of contemporary with so much charm! Definitely an inspiration for my future master bath reno! Enjoy!

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  39. Kim, it's all gorgeous! Love how it turned out and I know you are thrilled. You chose some beautiful finishes and I love that subway tile color, so pretty and serene. Great job on the entire room and the built-in looks so good too. your hubby did a super job on the wall tile. We really want to update our master too and it's fun to see what others are doing. It will be awhile, but I'll be gathering inspiration.

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  40. Absolutely gorgeous in every detail! Mixing the metals works great as you did as long as you mix the finishes too - shiny, brushed, etc. And the only downside of having a beautiful clear glass shower is that you do have to squeegee after each and every shower and periodically clean the inside and outside of the glass with whatever you like to use. But it's totally worth it!!

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  41. Wow! Your new bathroom is stunning! Love every little thing, but especially the floor. You did good :)

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  42. Kim, it is truly stunning!! Every detail is perfect - from the mixing of metals to the accessories! I know you are super excited and you should be

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  43. Oh Kim, it is absolutely gorgeous! You have done a wonderful job. I know that you must me enjoying your new space!

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  44. YOU nailed it!!! It is gorgeous Kim, you should be so proud of yourself you made beautiful choices. Love the subway tile and the colors, it is gorgeous. Hard to pick a favorite element, it is all beautiful together. So happy for you. I do love a pretty bathroom and you definitely have a show stopper!! Congratulations!!

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  45. Beautiful! Really, really beautiful!!!

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  46. Beautiful Kim! You are right - just like a luxury spa. I might end up spending all my time in there! Lovely.

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  47. Really lovely, Kim. You will never tire of this classic look.

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  48. So beautiful Kim. Love the mix of metals.

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  49. It. Is. Fabulous! The faucets, the wall tile, and that floor! i love it all.

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  50. If I ever get to build a new house, I'm going to copy every single thing you did! It's so beautiful!

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  51. Really stunning! It is so beautiful. I love the color you chose for the cabinet. Such a beautiful soft blue. I could go on and on but it all really boils down to being perfect! Great job!!

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  52. Gorgeous bath, Kim. Love the tub, French chair, and the builtin cabinet. I know you are thrilled to have this finished and to be able to enjoy this space.

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  53. It is absolutely beautiful, I don't know where to start. I love the herringbone tiles, I was quite fooled I had to look twice, I automatically assumed it was a wooden floor until I read on. The built ins are beautiful and could relax for hours in that bath. The shower is fabulous, and the mirrors and chandelier perfect. Thanks for sharing so many tiny details and enjoy it! xx

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  54. I don't know where to begin, there's so much in this room I love! Those floors, the bathtub of my dreams, the little details like the glass pulls and the glass touches in the wall sconces, and the vintage touches. It is dreamy, Kim!

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  55. It's absolutely beautiful in every detail! I'm in love with your tile choices and especially the herringbone pattern of your floor! Time for you to relax and take big soak in that tub. ;)

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  56. This is such a beautiful bathroom! I love it all from the double vanity to the herring bone floor. Stunning!!

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  57. It is absolutely beautiful Kim. You did make some awesome choices. Now go soak in the tub and relax!~

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  58. So perfect! You did a beautiful job! Love all your choices! Enjoy!

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  59. Soothing, eleganance, unexpected all coming together. Love the mix of metals, and organic materials. LOVE this bathroom. Inspiring me to finish decorating our master bath remodel.

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  60. Yes, you could do it...it is gorgeous! I love everything about it...you did an amazing job putting this together, Kim!

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  61. Kim, I have been following along and it all turned out beautifully. All of your choices are spectacular and it is a beautiful room. Sounds like your hubby is a lot like mine. Slow but cheap!!..It must have been worth the wait..Happy Wednesday..Judy

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  62. Kim, if I may ask, how long did you have to wait for this super amazingly beautiful bathroom? How long have you guys been in your home now and how long did you live with the first bathroom before you even did the minor alterations? I"m trying to see if the motto "patience wins in the end" applies to us all, ha, ha!

    Enjoy it Kim, its simply incredible.

    Hugs, Lea (SA)

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    1. We built this house in 1995. We did the mini makeover about five or six years ago. Thanks

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  63. PS. Love the comment about Mr Savvy's request to sit on your french chair and your comeback ;-)

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  64. So much to look at and appreciate. I love it all and would do the same if I had the choice!

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  65. It is gorgeous. I love your finishes. I love the chandelier, the antique towel rack and the cute accessories that give it a SSS touch. The tub is wonderful.

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  66. A stunning transformation! So many beautiful details! Love the floor, the built-in, that pretty tube and oh my goodness that chandelier is awesome! Never doubt yourself, I'm always inspired by your work, love it!

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  67. So fun to see it all done! The herringbone tile just makes the room. And I love how your styled the towels on a silver platter. Enjoy it!

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  68. All those decisions - it has come together beautifully! You did a wonderful job and now you get to relax in that fabulous tub and admire this final reveal for years to come! Enjoy!!

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  69. Kim, your bathroom turned out beautiful!!! I love the tile in the herringbone pattern. The tub is beautiful, the tile choices, hardware, lighting! And of course I love all of your French touches. I am a sucker for little French children's chairs - I uh... have five of them. They are so perfect to tuck here in there! Now it's time to sit in the tub and enjoy your pretty spa bathroom!

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  70. It is stunning! I like the bath fixture and sink faucet. The country French accents work so well and set the mood!

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  71. Oh, Kim, it's elegant and gorgeous! I love everything!

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  72. It looks like a magazine bathroom, perfection! The light pouring from the window and through the curtains makes it magical.

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  73. Absolutely Smitten! Every detail is just gorgeous! You both did a stellar job. And I'm definitely suffering from bathroom envy.

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  74. I must confess. I have bathroom envy! It is gorgeous!

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  75. Great job Kim. It is beautiful!!!

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  76. Kim,
    It is absolutely gorgeous. I am so envious! Our master bath is one of the projects that is near top of the list for an update and I am keeping yours in mind for when we get to that milestone. Thanks for sharing.

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  77. Every detail is perfection. I could live in this pretty room! Congratulations!

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  78. Oh my it is absolutely stunning, Kim. You can tell that every detail has been thought out. I have to say that the Mr.'s tile wall might be my fav thing but it all looks great. I know you will enjoy it for years to come. Congrats!

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  79. Can you give me more details on the subway tile? I'd love to know where you found it. Adore the color!

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  80. Absolutely gorgeous Kim! You must be tickled pink...it's perfect!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  81. So sorry I am so late to the party. I am so behind on my blog reading. LOVE the herringbone floor...everything else is perfection as well...so gorgeous...love it all!!

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  82. Wow! Your new bathroom is gorgeous. I love the herringbone tile and the shower is stunning. You guys did a fantastic job!

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