Yay, I finally get to share the Before and After Master Bathroom Remodel Photos with you guys.
Hi guys. I’ve been putting this post off for way to long. I finally finished making the new wall art last week. So, it’s time to share my finished Before and After Master Bathroom Remodel photos with you all. I’ll be sharing that DIY Acrylic Wall Art very soon too.
You can find all of the videos from this Master Bathroom Remodel in this YouTube playlist. I save thousands of dollars on this remodel by doing a lot of the work myself. I only hired a plumber to move the plumbing, demo the old bathroom, and install the new fixtures and counters. Everything else was done by me and I’ve got all of the DIY details in previous posts and videos. Let’s get to those pictures. 🙂
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Before and After Master Bathroom Remodel Photos
The Before Photos
I shared these photos along with the new design plans a few months ago. It’s always amazing to see how far this bathroom has come. This room is the last major remodel that we needed to do in this house. You can see what we did with our kitchen here. We lived with orange tile floors and very chipped up cabinets for 7 years while I was busy on other projects. Yikes, I can’t believe we put up with it that long.
Watch the reveal video for more details!
And, now, The After Photos
The old chippy, white vanities were updated with Dark Blue Chalk Paint and Dark Wax. You can find the DIY details and video for that chalk paint cabinet makeover here.
I panicked a little when I opened the box for that new Pottery Barn Capiz Light Fixture. I was afraid it was too big, but it turned out that the larger size actually made the room feel grander and larger. Pottery Barn discontinued that light but Amazon has some pretty Capiz Chandeliers you might like. I have details on that mosaic tile and some install tips and a video here. I love that new tile. Both the leaf pattern and small rectangle marble mosaics are from Home Depot.
I’m a huge fan of moulding and trim on ceilings. So, I bought some 1/4″ plywood and cut them into 6″ strips to create this DIY Plywood Plank Ceiling for the bathroom.
The new extra deep drop in tub was a huge improvement on the old jetted tub. It fits the room better and is so deep. It’s like a swimming pool for my little boys. Tiling the surround adds extra style and detail to this space. I just love marble, guys. I kinda went with a marble theme in this Before and After Master Bathroom Remodel. 🙂
I grabbed an old printed canvas that didn’t fit my style anymore and covered it in poured acrylic paint. I’ll be sharing that DIY soon. It’s a great easy DIY art project. Going for 1 large canvas here instead of the 2 old pictures was another way going big actually made the room feel bigger and grander.
Those extra high wood mirrors also raise the eye up and take better advantage of the 10′ high ceilings. The old small mirrors and light bar made the room feel smaller. I replaced the light bar with can lights above the vanities. Those mirrors are from Pottery Barn.
The 12×24 floor tile is a great deal from Floor & Decor. It has a matte finish, which I am all about lately. I shared flooring install tips and a video for it here. It took me a few weeks to tile this whole bathroom but it was so worth it. I saved thousands of dollars doing this myself. That rug runner is from Target. It has a rubber back and works great outside the shower.
This frameless glass shower door is such a huge improvement over that old corroded and nasty door. I had them make the door about 10″ higher than standard and I took the tile up 12″ over the old shower enclosure. It’s amazing how much larger the room feels by just taking advantage of the vertical space.
I shared tips and a video about how I installed that new shower niche here. The old niche was so tiny it didn’t hold anything. This new niche is perfect. It holds all our extra big bottles with room to spare.
That’s it for my Before and After Master Bathroom Remodel photos, guys. What do you think? Are you ready for a big bathroom remodel. It will usually take a month or two but it’s so worth it. If you’re curious about what this bathroom looked like after demo. You can see the demo in that shower niche post too. Sometimes demo looks scary, but it’s just the first step into creating an amazing new bathroom. 🙂
Where to Find What I Used
If I forgot something, feel free to comment below or on my YouTube video. I always try to respond to questions. 🙂
- Large Wood Mirrors and Capiz Light Fixture are from Pottery Barn
- Extra Deep 72″ Drop In Mirabelle Tub – Amazon (also sold in 60″)
- Counter Tops – MSI Quartz Counters with a marble look
- Delta Silverton Collection Sink Faucets, Cabinet Knobs, Towel Holders – Home Depot
- Delta Cassidy Chrome Shower Head – Amazon
- Delta Wall Mount Tub Faucet
- Wall Paint – Behr’s Sandstone Cove in Eggshell, Trim Paint – Behr’s Polished Pearl in Eggshell
- 12×24 Matte White Marble Look Porcelain Tile Floor – Floor & Decor
- Leaf Pattern Mosaic Marble Tile – Home Depot
- Thin Stripe Mosaic Marble Tile – Home Depot
- Blue Rug Runner and Towels – Target
That’s it for my Before and After Master Bathroom Remodel photos. Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to follow along on Instagram to see the latest DIY projects and remodels, coming soon.
Want to see more from our house? Check out the before and after photos on our big Kitchen Remodel.
Or this Colorful Modern Farmhouse Powder Room Makeover.
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