Friday, June 3, 2011

Home Tour: Master Bathroom

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It's been a really long time since I've posted one of my home tour posts.  Up today is my master bathroom.  Keep in mind when you look at the photos that everything in the space was selected by me six years ago!  So, there are definitely some things I would do differently if I was designing the space today!
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Here is a floorplan:
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A few things I definitely would not change:  The wall color, the counter tops, and the rectangular shaped sinks.  I still love all of those things. { see end of post for all sources }.
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I love these sinks!
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The counter top is quartz.  It has a beautiful finish and is so easy to clean.  Love it.
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I have been meaning to frame some prints to hang between the mirrors for so long.  Someday soon I'll get to it!
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I stood in my closet to take the photo below.  My bedroom is to the left, and to the right is a small, separate room where the toilet is.
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I really need something on the walls by the tub too.
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Nothing special about these, but I really like having the cut-outs in the shower:
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My Aveda shampoo & conditioner bottles just fit!
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Sources:
- Paint Color:  Benjamin Moore; Texas Leather AC-3
- Counter top:  Cambria (quartz); color:  Cardiff Cream
- Tile:  Daltile {series is: Morlais, but I think Dal may have discontinued it b/c it's no longer on their website}
- Faucets:  Delta
- Sinks:  American Standard
- Bamboo Shade:  Smith + Noble
- Bamboo Tray:  Crate & Barrel
- Several people asked about the little glass jars - they are from Crate & Barrel and were only a few dollars each.
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I'm sharing this post at:
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Roomspiration

29 comments:

  1. Very lovely. Lots of storage and I also LOVE those sinks!

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  2. Oh how I wish I had your shower!! Everything is just lovely!

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  3. So nice!! I love all of the cabinetry. The colors are quite soothing too! Have a great weekend!

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  4. What a lovely bathroom love your choice of tiles, its a very tranquil room

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  5. You have a gorgeous house! Your master bath is so calm and serene. Silly question, but where did you find the little bottles that hold your pills? They are so pretty.

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  6. To say that I love this would be an understatement!!!! I think I could just live in there!! I heart the countertops. Gorgeous!

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  7. Your bathroom is so calm and peaceful! I love every picture you show of your house - beautiful! How'd you make that handy-dandy blueprint???

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  8. Your bathroom looks so zen. Despite it being picked 6 years ago, I think it looks fabulous. My master bath on the other hand, stuck in the 90's with peach and sad brass fixtures!

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  9. Very nice bathroom I love the light fixtures and the tile :) Aren't Aveda products the best? You have very good taste in decorating and in hair care products.

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  10. It's huuuuuuge!!!! I could throw a party in there! :o)

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  11. Love it all. Beautiful cabinets and tile. Hugs, Marty

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  12. We're in the process of building a master bathroom - thanks for some great ideas!

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  13. Beautiful. Would love to know where you got those little pill jars. They are very cute!

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  14. Just lovely! Seems like such a peaceful place. All of the colors are so soothing!

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  15. Very pretty! I LOVE looking at the things you have done...we have the same taste in color palletes and decor. However, you are WAY above me with your ability to pull it off! ha!!

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  16. Wow! What I would give for a spacious bathroom like this. Very nice!

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  17. Alissa, I love all the rooms of your house! This one is no exception - the lights, countertop, layout.....all fabulous!

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  18. Love your bathroom..HUGE!!! awesome job on decorating. Random question..what is your bar soap in the shower?

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  19. Such a beautiful space...so clean and elegant! Love the quartz counters...I think we'll do that next time in the bathrooms...it's nice not dealing with grout and such!

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  20. What a beautiful master bath. It's such a welcoming and calming space. I'm super jealous of your linen storage cabinet! We have so little storage in our master bath. And I spy my favorite shampoo! Aveda products are the best.

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  21. I can see myself in your bathroom(in the tub) relaxing at the end of the day. Unlike mine, yours looks like a refuge:)

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  22. Thanks for all your sweet comments.

    I added the info about the little glass jars to the post. The bar soap is olive oil soap by Kiss My Face.

    My own blog won't let me comment so I am posting this as anonymous!

    Alissa

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  23. As a Realtor who views several homes a day, I have to give you props on a clean and relaxing bathroom. The paint color is the perfect foundation for the rest of that room... so timeless yet versatile!

    Carol
    antiquetexan.blogspot.com

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  24. Absolutely lovely! Really appreciate you linking up this great bath post at the Roomspiration blog party.

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  25. I so love your master bathroom! Ours is not even half that big!-Jessica

    http://thirtyandgirly.blogspot.com/

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  26. Oh my! this is one of the prettiest bathrooms I have ever seen! I'm in love with it!

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