We turned our outdated, lime green, frog laden, master bathroom into a sleek and modern oasis. Check out our Master Bathroom Reveal.
Here it is! The moment you have all been waiting for! The thing you can’t stop thinking about.
Our Master Bathroom Reveal!
(Ok. Maybe it’s just us who are incredibly excited about this moment and can’t stop thinking about it. I am pumped that you are along for the ride and can join in on our excitement!)
This is the culmination of the 6 week One Room Challenge that we participated in. We had to complete a redesign of a room in 6 weeks. There have been some amazing projects happening in the last month and a half and now they are all being revealed on the ORC blog. I can’t wait to go and check out everyone’s final project.
Just to remind you where we started from, I am throwing the before pictures on one more time. It is crazy how far this bathroom came. We purchased our home as a complete fixer upper (you can read more about our adventures here), but sometimes when you are working on a project, it’s easy to forget how far we have come.
So here is what the bathroom looked like in all of it’s lime green, frog infested goodness.
Don’t forget the shower that looks like it could beam you up into outer space.
This bathroom was definitely not an oasis.
The Master Bathroom Reveal
And here is what the bathroom looks like now after 6 weeks of frantic remodeling during the ORC. It did actually take us a little longer than this because we had started some of the demo beforehand. If you want to read up on our process, check out the progress links on the bottom of this post.
Also, all of the sources for this project can be found at the bottom of the post as well.
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One of my absolute favorite parts of this bathroom is the shower. I love how the shower ceiling tiles shine when light reflects on them. I also love that they are a smaller hexagon shape and mirror the floor tiles in the shower.
There are so many things I love about this space. Is it weird that I want to hang out in our bathroom All Of The Time?!
This is the first completed room in our house! Thanks to ORC we pushed through and finished this room. We have also finished our master bedroom and master closet which you can check out if you are curious to see how we tied the spaces together to create a beautiful master suite.
I love, love, love how it turned out!
Here is what we used to complete our Master Bathroom. I tried to link to the original sources, but if I couldn’t find them, I linked to something similar.
Master Bathroom Source List
Paint Colors: Walls- Moon Beam by Dutch Boy, Ceiling- Brightened Cream by Dutch Boy
Tile: Shower ceiling (Mohawk Copper Medley purchased at Menards) | Bronze accent strip behind shower heads and sink back splash (Mohawk Bronze Medal from Menards) | Shower Floor (Mohawk Antique Silver) I could no longer find this tile, but this tile is similar | Bathroom Floor (Mohawk Manor Gray Tile purchased at Menards) | Shower wall (Interceramic Bianco Valetta)
Art: Red Flower Picture-Hobby Lobby (Sadly I could not find this anymore) | Bronze flowers (purchased a long time ago)
Shower: Tuscany Morey Shower Faucet | Foot rest for shower (I love this thing!)
Click on the pictures below to shop the products we used on our remodel.
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Let us know what you think. Did we succeed in making this lime green dated bathroom an oasis?
Need some help organizing a small bathroom? Check out my hacks for organizing the cabinets in our Master Bathroom.
If you want to catch up on all of the posts from the ORC challenge you can go to Week 1 Master Bathroom Design Plans, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, and Master Bathroom Remodel Final Week, to see more of our remodeling adventure.