Welcome to my master bathroom makeover reveal! This room really challenged me from a decor standpoint. When we moved into our home 5 years ago, this room was a huge selling point. I loved the huge shower, the his and hers vanities, and the walk-in closets. It was an awesome space, but it lacked that cozy, spa-like feel that I really wanted in a master bathroom. My challenge was figuring out how to mix the existing brown tile, counters, and cabinets to my light farmhouse style. Oh, did I mention this room was also orange and very traditional? Since I couldn’t change the tiles and counters right now, I had to change everything else. Before I reveal how I changed this room, let me introduce you to the before pictures.
The first step was finding something for the wall right when you walk in. That was a challenge….a big challenge. I was looking for something that was the perfect size and color. It also needed to be cute and functional. I honestly didn’t know what I was looking for until I saw it. I stumbled across this perfect little shelf at the flea market, and knew it was exactly what my bathroom wall needed. Jackpot!!
After – Farmhouse Shelf
The next step was finding a light color that would brighten up this bathroom. It was just so dark and depressing. I wanted it to feel like I was walking into a spa. I chose Magnetic Gray by Sherwin Williams. This color is a blue-gray, and I love how much it brightened everything up.
After – Vanities
This is my husband’s side of the bathroom. It’s pretty much squeaky clean all the time. I added a few fun signs to the wall and a grey wood mirror to each of the vanities from Home Goods. The next step was finding the perfect farmhouse style lighting. I was looking for something with mason jars but I could’t find anything that I liked. So, I decided to make my own mason jar lights. Yes, I made these. I was pretty proud of myself. They were so much fun to make. Honestly, I had no idea what I was doing at first, but they ended up looking super cute and they actually worked great!! Here is my Mason Jar light tutorial .
This is my side of the bathroom. Unlike my husband’s side, it pretty much always looks like a bomb went off. For this post, I cleaned it up real nice for you guys.
I added this metal shelf with hooks to hang our towels on. I wanted hooks instead of a traditional towel rack. On top of the shelf I decorated with a white tobacco basket and some bottles with greenery. I love this shelf!
On my side, I added some weathered wood pieces with pegs on them. I thought it would be a fun and cute way to organize and display my jewelry.
So, that’s it for my master bathroom makeover friends. I hope you like what I did to this space. My hope is that this post will help you see that you can completely change the look of a space with just a little paint and a few fun pieces.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions, and let me know what you think of my makeover. Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by.