Home Tour: Master Bathroom

When we moved into our home 4 years ago, we pretty much touched every room in the house except the master bathroom.  It was spacious & had everything we needed for it to function.  We didn't have money in the budget to fully redo it, so we decided to wait to do anything to this space. Earlier this year my husband was giving the kids a bath & his foot went through the sheetrock due to a leak we didn't know about.  Our shower pan had ripped & water was leaking up from under the shower.  The shower had to be completely gutted, so we figured we would go ahead & redo the entire bathroom to fit our needs & taste. 

You can see below how dark & dated the bathroom was, and it was a lot bigger than our needs.  I didn't need that large of an area to get ready in.  

BEFORE

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I decided to use the large vanity area & take it in as part of my closet, so now our bathroom is smaller, yet more functional for us & my closet is bigger--win win in my book.  

We added shiplap to the entire room, a free standing tub, pretty chandelier & marble look a like tile to complete the shower. 

AFTER

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Light, airy with a few rustic elements was the goal for this space.  I couldn't be more happy with the way it turned out.  See something you love in the after photos?  I've worked hard to make it easy for you to shop this look--SHOP OUR HOME will take you to all of the products used in our bathroom remodel.

 

Paint Colors

Shiplap: Sherwin Williams Dover White

Vanity: Sherwin Williams Collonade Gray

**Before photos are from har.com & the after photos were taken by Grace Laird Photography.**

 

 

Home Tour: Farmhouse Kitchen, Breakfast & Dining Room

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I cannot believe that we've been in our house for 3 years. Man how time flies.  When we first moved in we did some major renovations to the place. The house had fabulous bones, but it was dark...really dark & a bit dated.  Since the major renovations we are slowly but surely tackling other projects around here...giving it the perfect farmhouse flair. 

 Our dining room....paint, paint & more paint.  I wanted to lighten this place up & get some updated decor in here. This space looks pretty much the same after being here for 3 years.  I have some ideas for a few minor things I'd like to do in here in the next couple of years, but I'm so happy with how this space turned out. 

BEFORE

 

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AFTER

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The Details

Paint Color: SW Collonade Gray

Chandelier:  Pottery Barn or Wayfair

Sign: The House of Belonging

Table & Chairs: Mayfield Custom Furniture-Kaufman, TX

Head Chairs: Target (but are no longer available) Here are some that are similar from Wayfair


Next up, the breakfast nook--as you can see it was red...really red, as was the entire kitchen.  I wasn't a fan of the red or the arched transoms throughout the house.  In this area we added a shiplap chair rail, plus a shiplap accent wall.  We changed all of the window trim out to give it more of a fresh farmhouse feel & got rid of the transom.  We added beams to the ceiling to give a more texture & add a bit of rustic elements to the space, as well as continuing the wood floors through out this area. 

BEFORE

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The Details

Wall Color: SW Collonade Gray

Shiplap Color: SW Allabaster

Table: Lavender Road Antiques

Chairs: World Market

Light Fixture: Wayfair

 

 


And last room our kitchen, the most drastic change to the house.  When we first looked at the house, I walked into the kitchen and immediately knew exactly what I wanted to do.  Now this kitchen, as is, is really pretty, just not our taste.  The red had to go, and so did the raised area on the island.  And I really really really wanted new windows, which my husband thought I had lost it.  I love the brick around the stove, but due to some issues we ended up having to take it down.  I'm over the moon excited about how it turned out.

BEFORE

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AFTER

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The Details

Cabinet Color: SW Pavestone

Wall Color: SW Collonade Gray

Countertops: Macaubus White Quartzite

Backsplash: Cotton White Subway Tile

Light Fixtures: Pottery Barn

Counter Stools: World Market

Contractor: Stillwater Builders, LLC

Photographer: Chelsea Davis Photography

 

This house has been a labor of love.  A big thanks to the guys at Stillwater Builders & Ryno Services, these are 2 construction companies who have worked with us over the past 3 years that saw our vision & have helped us turn it into a reality.  Also to Chelsea Davis Photography  & Grace Laird Photography for capturing these stunning pictures of our home.  

**All stock photos were taken from HAR.com.  All AFTER images are ©Southern Farmhouse Designs.**