Ready for a look into our recent renovation?  First we’ll go through the master bathroom.  We painted our master bedroom & bathroom when we moved in, and only did minor things until this point like adding floating shelves & replacing hardware.  Here’s a before picture:

Not bad, but it was all contractor grade and didn’t really feel like a master bathroom.  We don’t have much square footage in there to work with, so we needed the little we have to be functional and look good.

We started by getting rid of the existing medicine cabinet, vanity, light fixture & mirror attached to the wall.  The wall had to be patched, and they patched a few other places before adding crown molding to the master bedroom and bathroom.A new vanity was put in, then the vanity top, and new faucets.  They repainted the walls and areas that needed patching, then hung the mirror and new light fixture.We kept the floating shelves, previous owner’s stone floors and shower / tub combo.  That can be fixed later and just hidden behind the white curtain 😉The last piece was to buy new knobs / handles and replace the outlet plates.  Even just freshening up the outlet plates was a nice pop of fresh white!What do you think?  It’s nice to walk in and have an updated master that’s so bright!

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