We did it!! It's been a long process but we finally have our bathroom makeover complete! If you read my post before this one, on the renovation progress, you would have learned that this bathroom is actually our master bathroom. Built in the 1960's...it's super small. We took the bathroom down to the studs and came up with a solution to make it appear bigger than it actually is.
My plan for the bathroom was all white ship-lap, vintage looking black and white hexagon tiles, and a a glass shower enclosure.
Before, the door swung into the bathroom, making it even more difficult to maneuver in. We decided to install a sliding barn door to solve this issue. We found the most beautiful hardware from Rustica Hardware! My husband built the barn door and we installed the hardware.
I wanted something to fit in with our decor style, I instantly fell in love with thier H Strap style hardware in the color "Antique Pewter". Isn't it gorgeous? I love the uniqueness of them. The track and the hardware was super easy to install as well. I highly recommend Rustica Hardware, their quality and customer service is amazing.
Here is a look into the bathroom! Funny story about the vintage rattan shelf...my original plan was to install wood shelves above the toilet for storage. In the back of my mind though, I knew I wanted something unique. You see, the previous owners and builders of this house was my husband's grandparents. After they passed, most of the items his family didn't want was left in the house. I have been in our basement hundreds of times and never paid much attention to this shelf hanging in a dark corner. One day, when I went down to do laundry, it hit me...this shelf would look amazing on white ship-lap walls! So I brought it up and here it is in all its glory!
I kept the items on it minimal yet functional.
This little gold box belonged to my grandmother who passed away way too young. If you know me, you know how much I love adding personal items with meaning to my decor.
I searched long and hard for the right mirror for the sink. I had my heart set on an antique vanity mirror but I have yet to find one. I love this one from Hobby Lobby, but I am still on the lookout for an antique one.
These patent prints of a razor and toothbrush came from The Wooded Lane.
We went with white subway tiles. I love the round glass shower enclosure. It really makes the bathroom appear much larger and gives us more room as opposed to the square closed in one before.
I added some Christmas cheer with a wreath on the barn door.
I wanted to give a special thanks to Rustica Hardware for sponsoring hardware for our barn door. They have an amazing line of ready made barn doors as well. Also thanks to Sweet B's Photography! I've linked sources for the bathroom remodel below. I would love your feedback on our makeover! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the tour!
Wall-mounted Toothbrush Holder Double Holder
Vanity Light Fixture
DreamLine Frameless Sliding Shower Enclosure
Swivel Hook Towel/Clothes Hanger
*I received products as compensation for this post. All views and opinions in this post as always are my own and no other compensation was provided.