Bathroom Renovation Chapter 9–And We’re Done

I have been looking forward to writing this post since that fateful day in February when I came home to water running from our upstairs master bathroom.  Our bathroom is finally finished!

Can I get a Hallelujah!

***insert choir of angels here***

I love, love, love my new bathroom.  It’s bright and cheery, functional and beautiful, and best of all…it’s twinkle-y.

Just to refresh your memory, here are a couple of “before” pics.

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And here is the “after”!

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I’ll pause for a sec so you can pick up your jaw you dropped at the transformation.

Honestly, I am still not used to the fact that this is my bathroom.  It’s so beautiful – I think one of the most beautiful rooms in the house.

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The entire room is bathed in light which makes coming in here feel like I’m at a fancy midtown spa.

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One of Tripp’s favorite things about the new bathroom is the extra large tiled shower with body sprays.  I just love having a place to shave my legs.

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Functional storage was paramount because of the small space we had to work in.  There are cabinets, shelves, and drawers in abundance.  Finally a place to put all my stuff.

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And let’s not forget the closet!  We have more than enough room for all our clothes and Tripp even managed to have enough room for his shoes too.

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Wanna know my favorite thing in the bathroom?

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I love this chandelier.  It’s clean.  It’s sparkle-y, It’s twinkle-y.  It’s everything that my new bathroom has turned out to be.   And I couldn’t be happier.

Peace, Kelly

P.S.

Since I love looking in the back of magazines to see the names of resources and suppliers, here’s a list of some of the products and companies that we used in our renovation.

  • General Contractor:  Nelson Orr Construction
  • Plumbing and Fixtures:  Ferguson Plumbing
  • Tile:  Emser Tile
  • Vanity Sconces:  Restoration Hardware
  • Chandelier:  Garbes
  • Paint:  Behr (walls – Contemplation, cabinets & trim – Eggshell Cream)
  • Mirrors:  Home Depot
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About Minding My Nest

wife, mom, not-so-empty nester.
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