Main Bathroom Reveal {Part One}

If you've been following along recently, then you may have been anxious to see our newly remodeled main bathroom?!  Or perhaps it's been so long that you forgot about it? :)

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Six months ago, we embarked on our main bathroom renovation.  Although construction finished months ago, certain things were just installed within the last two months.  I'm still on the hunt for a few finishing touches (mainly a rug), but thought I'd share the newly renovated bathroom with all of you!


vanity herringbone tile quartz countertop 84 inch double vanity sinks

Quite the transformation, right?!  This was a top-to-bottom gut renovation.  I wanted immediate impact and an unexpected "wow" factor right when you walked into the bathroom, so I had the wall that you first see when you walk into the bathroom covered in a herringbone carrara marble mosaic tile - floor-to-ceiling!  It's my favorite part of the room design.


I can't say I miss the ugly single-sink vanity (pink sink nonetheless), ugly linoleum countertop, ugly shabby cabinetry, and lack of storage.  It was completely ugly dysfunctional.  Before we renovated this bathroom, I actually concealed the vanity cabinet with fabric so we didn't have to look at it.  Out of sight, out of mind! :)

Now we have two deep, rectangular sinks...

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...a solid quartz countertop & carrara marble backsplash...

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CAD INTERIORS main bathroom renovation modern transitional bathroom interior design

...and lots and lots of storage!

84 inch double sink vanity storage modern transitional bathroom interior design

This bathroom is now functioning so much better for the four of us!  Our master bathroom/master suite renovation is not in the immediate future, so it was even more important that this bathroom was packed with storage, practicality, and functionality!

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CAD INTERIORS main bathroom renovation modern transitional bathroom interior design herringbone marble backsplash brushed nickel faucets

I'll break down the nitty-gritty details of the renovation in future posts.  Before and after photos of the bath/shower area are also forthcoming!!!  It was a MAJOR transformation...


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13 comments :

  1. Carol, wow!!! Your bathroom renovation came out beautifully!! I love love love the wall of herringbone tile, that is such a gorgeous feature!!!!!!! Also the countertop and black vanity, and your wood accessories, great choices!! Thanks for linking up to Best of the Nest, your bathroom is inspiring me to start thinking about our bathroom renovations (which are sorely needed in my house.) I am obsessed with your tile and will in that for future reference!

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    1. Hi Lisa! Glad to have found you through the "Best of the Nest" link up. Thank you so much for taking the time to visit this post and my blog. I truly appreciate it. Thank you also for your super kind words about this bathroom renovation! I look forward to sharing more of our home renovation and projects on the Best of Nest. I'm headed to Shine Your Light now! :)

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  2. Carol, this is amazing!! You are a girl after my own heart with that herringbone Carrara marble - I think I would just stand there and pet it (is that weird?). Seriously, so much inspiration to be had here!

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words, Kris! I truly appreciate it. Your "petting" comment made me smile. :) Thank you also for hosting the link up. I actually found out about it through your Instagram. I'm so glad to have found your blog... I'm a fan and I'm following along! :)

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  3. Oh my goodness, that wall is SO incredible!! What a fabulous idea and gorgeous bathroom you created Carol!

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    1. Hi Pam! Thank you so much for the kind words! The bathroom has come a very long way, and we are definitely enjoying the new space. It was so fun to see the feature wall come together. Thank you also for hosting the link up. I have found so many wonderful new blogs through it. I look forward to following Simple Details! :)

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  4. In one word: awesome! What a wonderful, complete makeover.

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words and positive feedback! :)

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  5. I am impressed, especially the mosaics / tiles. These give some premium quality to this bathroom.

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  6. The interior design images given in this blog was really wonderful. The furniture and the accessories used are amazing.
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  7. The color combination is real good. The two colors complimented each other. And the wall design went well with the rest of the details. Congratulations on this great job.

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  8. I'm still on the hunt for a few finishing touches (mainly a rug), but thought I'd share the newly renovated bathroom with all of you!Affordable Remodeling

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