This post is sponsored by Lowe’s but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Ahhhh we made it!! It’s the final week of the One Room Challenge hosted by Calling it Home and we successfully renovated our master en suite in 6 weeks! I couldn’t be more in love with this room and am DYING to share it with you guys! If you want to see where we started and all the progress we made you can follow along from the start: Week images 1 :: Week 2 :: Week 3 :: Week 4 :: Week 5.
Let’s take a quick look down memory lane and what this room used to look like.
Anndddd here’s where we are now…come on in! (I’ll share links to everything at the bottom of the post)
affiliate links included
Thank you sooo much to everyone who chimed in on my basket debate on instagram…I ended up going with a combo of the round baskets and I love them! There’s nothing in them yet, but they’re the perfect added storage for us.
And can we talk about these gorgeous floors from Lowe’s? They really opened up this space and made it feel huge.
This corner was so awkward and really challenged me but I’m super happy with this little nook we created. I just didn’t feel like I’d use a vanity area very much so this just made more sense.
And when you turn the corner…ahh this view! I don’t even know where to begin!
That shower door is seriously what dreams are made of. It was the very last thing we put in and it totally tied the whole room together.
I don’t think we realized how HUGE this shower was going to be once we knocked down the walls and built the new ones. We kept the floor the same as the rest of the floor tile and used these 6×6 tiles on the wall.
I’m so happy with how this DIY shelf turned out…I’ll be sharing the tutorial soon!
Oh and hello gorgeous rain shower head and vintage rug.
Moving on to the tub…I still haven’t used it yet because we need to put a couple more coats of sealer on it to protect it from the water but I.CAN’T.WAIT.
I’m in love with all these gorgeous brass fixtures. I was a little worried about the placement of this faucet but it was really the only place we could put it and I think it works.
I originally bought some brackets to put a shelf above the toilet but there just didn’t seem like there was enough room so I went with a simple macrame wall hanging I made instead.
Gahh I couldn’t be more in love with this antique vanity I scored on Craigslist. It’s PERFECT.
Here’s the view from inside the shower…I don’t think I’ll ever get sick of it.
Oh and see that fan in the shower? It’s also a blue tooth speaker so you can jam out while you’re getting clean. Best decision ever.
I’d say our second One Room Challenge was a success 😉 I can’t believe the transformation and how far this space has come. We couldn’t have done it without our awesome contractor Paul Frease (if you’re local look him up!) and my FIL and hubs. They all rock and put up with my crazy ideas.
And a HUGE thanks to Lowe’s for making this all possible and providing product for our new dream bathroom!
(if I missed anything let me know)
Wall Color – Du Jour by Valspar
Ceiling Color – Valspar Ceiling Paint
Ratan Wall Decor
Bluetooth Speaker/Fan in Shower
Leaning Shelf – DIY coming soon
Artwork above tub
Toilet Paper Holder
Macrame Hanging – DIY
Vanity – Craigslist
Plant Basket on Vanity
Fiddle Leaf Fig
Planter for Fiddle Leaf Fig
Turkish Hand Towels
Grey Towels in Basket
Baskets under Bench in the middle – Joanns
Baskets under Bench on the outside
Towel Bar in Shower
Shampoo and Body Wash – HomeGoods/TJ Maxx
Macrame Plant Hanger
Bench in Shower
Leather Cushions on Bench – Handmade
Tray on back of toilet – HomeGoods/TJ Maxx
Don’t forget to head over to Calling it Home to check out all the action and see the rest of the makeovers!
Skip to content Skip to search Cookies on our site We use.