Guest House Interiors

Master Bathroom

Before Photo
Master Bathroom (Before)
0 Saves | 0 Questions
Before Master Bathroom. Doorway to closet and double vanities on the right. Small shower on the left where the pedestal tub now sits.
EmbedQuestion
Before Photo
Master Bathroom (Before)
0 Saves | 0 Questions
Very basic builders grade bathroom with tile counters that are hard to keep clean.
EmbedQuestion
Before Photo
Master Bathroom (Before)
0 Saves | 0 Questions
Looking at the front door from the MB closet. The toilet is facing us just to the right of the door.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
11 Saves | 0 Questions
Adding the set of vintage french doors allows natural light to come in without sacrificing privacy. The doors we found at an architectural salvage warehouse and the clear glass replaced with frosted glass.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
4 Saves | 0 Questions
An old train station light found on Etsy was part of the inspiration for this bathroom. It provides a focused light for exiting the tub and shower and is dimmer controlled (like all the other lights) to provide a soft glow when needed.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
8 Saves | 0 Questions
This old cast iron pedestal tub was a Craigslist find and has been given new life. This was a must have piece in this remodel and the vintage mirror and artwork along with the candelabra create a relaxing haven for long soaks.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
5 Saves | 0 Questions
Master Bathroom Shower. Mosaic pebbles and Travertine tiles add a nice organic element to this space.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
18 Saves | 0 Questions
This old table found at a local thrift store is given new life as a sink base. The carved horse hoof legs adds a unique touch to this piece.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
8 Saves | 0 Questions
Layered lighting allows for the ambiance in the room to be controlled. The windows were added to balance natural light and the lights above the sink provide good task lighting without casting shadows.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
1 Save | 0 Questions
Giving new life to this china cabinet as bathroom storage. This was repainted with a charcoal milk paint and given two coats of a rub on poly finish for this wet environment.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
0 Saves | 0 Questions
We changed the hardware on this older china cabinet and replaced them with these brass mid century pulls that we found at a local thrift store to give this piece a more refined look.
EmbedQuestion
Master Bathroom (After)
0 Saves | 0 Questions
A private water closet was a requirement in this master bath remodel. After moving the original plumbing to the adjacent wall along with adding a vintage door, this water closet blends seamlessly with the layout of this bathroom.
EmbedQuestion