I received free product from Delta Faucet Company to write this post, but all opinions expressed are my own.
I’m working hard to keep rolling out new house room reviews here on the blog, in between swimming, boat rides and strawberry picking with my kiddos now that school is out. Today, I wanted to share our master bathroom.
I don’t have it 100 percent styled perfectly yet, but it’s a start. We used the same pretty grey/blue Blustery Sky by Sherwin Williams on the cabinets (see all my paint choices here) that we did on the kitchen island, and I just love this color. It brings such a great energy to this room. The cabinet maker did a fantastic job building this piece and I love the chunky feet he added.
We went with these beautiful Cassidy Single Handle Lavatory Faucets from Delta Faucet Company in Chrome. I love the classic and clean look they give the bathroom.
My mom actually used the same faucet in her master bath makeover (see it here), but in Venetian Bronze, and I knew I had to have it my bath too. I got a lot of questions about what finish I was going to use on all the faucets, and as you can see, I stuck with the more traditional Chrome. There are a lot of beautiful finishes out right now (I’m looking at you Champagne Bronze), but in the end, I decided to go with a timeless classic . I know these faucets will be perfect for many years to come. Plus, with only one handle they are easy to clean! You can check out the faucets here or all of Delta’s beautiful options here.
I used quartz countertops in this bathroom with a marble look to stay with the classic vibe. They really work well with the white washed faux wood tile and the upkeep is so much easier than the marble we had in our last bath.
I still love the look of the shiplap from my old master bathroom, so I had the guys add it on the back wall behind the sinks and up behind the bath too. It’s a way less expensive option than tile and I love the texture it adds. I went with a more polished version this time around vs. the more rustic shiplap.
I didn’t want this bath too feel too fussy as our whole house has a casual, throw your feet up on the table kinda vibe, so I wanted to add in some natural wood to balance out all the cool colors. I found these simple mirrors at Hobby Lobby half off and they work great with the jute rug to bring some warmth in here.
Another great find was this cabinet, can you believe it’s just from Ikea? Props to the Mr. for mastering the allen wrench to put it together! It fit like a glove in this little nook and we anchored it to the wall so it’s not going anywhere.
You can see the corner of our shower peeking out here. We didn’t do a fancy tile shower because we have really hard well water that is kind of a nightmare to clean, and I just didn’t want to deal with the upkeep. Also, I have crazy clutter issues and I can’t deal with seeing my horde of shampoo and beauty products through a glass door, is this just me? I would much rather look at a pretty shower curtain any day, which is a weird quirk of mine I guess. Not to mention shower curtains are budget friendly!
Like I said I still have some more styling to do in here, but for now it feels like a happy, peaceful place to relax after a full day with my kids this summer!
Source List – (Disclosure- contains affiliate links)
Wall Paint colors – Silver Strand and Extra White by Sherwin Williams
Cabinet Paint – Blustery Sky by Sherwin Williams
Faucet – Delta Cassidy Single Lavatory Faucet
Flooring – BuildDirect Salerno Porcelain Tile Wilderness Series
Cabinet – Ikea
Mirrors – Hobby Lobby
Countertop – Misterio quartz by Vicostone
Bathtub – Signature Hardware
Lights – Quorum