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.
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I absolutely love it!!!! Good job!!!👍
Thank you so much, Renee!! I’m so glad you like it!
It looks beautiful!
Thank you so much, Robin! So glad you like it!
I LOVE it! Will you decorate mine! Or I can just move in! lol ❤️
Hey Shannon! Such a sweet compliment!! Girl, come on over! Thank you so much!!
Lindsay D. says
I can’t wait to see your mason jar tutorial. One of my girlfriends and I were just talking about trying something like this…yours turned out even better than I had in mind.
Hey Lindsay! I’ll be working on that. It’s so good to know that I could help you create one. It was super simple to make. Be looking for it. Thanks for stopping by!
Gorgeous! Did you do anything with the floor tile? I want to redo my bathroom but I have brown/tan tile and not sure what to do with it.
Hi Jessica! So happy you like it! No, I didn’t do anything to the floors. The new wall color and decor helped them look a little better. Thanks for stopping by!
I love the make over the colors are so soft and I’m waiting for the mason jar tutorial
Hey Charlena! Thank you so much! I’m so glad you like it! Look for that tutorial next week!
Sandi Biquet says
I love the color of the walls and all the cute flea market finds, Love that long shelf and the chippy look of it. I also love the vintage wire rack for your towels. I think the other thing that I would have done is paint the cabinets as well.
Thank you, Sandi! I’m so glad you like all of the changes. Painting the cabinets is something I can’t decide on. Of course painted cabinets would look better but I’m not sure about it since there is no going back. That probably will be my next step. Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Love all the greens – where did you get them?
Thank you so much, Sara! They came from Hobby Lobby! I’ll be doing a blog post on all of my favorite faux greenery so stay tuned for that. Have a great day! Thanks so much for stopping by!
I am so excited that I recently found you. Your style of decorating is fresh, clean and so everything I love. Here’s to a great teacher!
Hey Missy! I am so happy you found my blog. It honestly means so much to me that you would take time out of your day to let me know how much you like my style. Thank you so much for your kindness! Hope you visit again soon!
Bridget Baker says
Beautiful! Can you tell me where you got the rugs?
Hi Bridget! I am so glad you like what I did! They are from Hobby Lobby.
Can I ask where you got the round basket and plant holder on your counter
Absolutely love it
Hey Cheryl! Thank you so much! The basket is from Homegoods and the plant holder is from Kirkland’s I believe.