Hello all! I'm linking up to Ms. Cielo's Show Off Your Cottage Monday again. I'm also linking to Susan's blog Between Naps on the Porch, called Metamorphosis Monday. This time, I wanted to show my master bath remodel. When we bought Marie's Maison, there was only one bath and really no master suite. However, in my mind, I took it as an opportunity that I could customize a master suite with a master bath according to my style. So although it took six months for this project to complete and living with only one bathroom, all that waiting is simply worth it!
Here's the entrance to the master suite now, pardonnez moi, but no shoes allowed
First, here are the before photos. I converted this 10 x 10 bedroom into my master bath. Remember this window which you'll see below, and that door has been removed.
This was the entrance before
This is during construction
Notice that the door now opens to a hallway that leads to the master bedroom. The master bath is to the left of the hall. I bought these salvaged doors and attached them using a rail system which slides to open.
When you walk in, the vanity space is the first thing you'll see. I converted this antique drawer into a sink base. If you want to know how I did it, click here.
To the right of the vanity is this half wall. It separates the toilet from the vanity and most importantly, I cannot see the toilet while I'm in my bathtub (a pet peeve of mine).
Here's the toilet space (remember this window from the before photo above?).
This before photo was the closet in the old 10 x 10 room.
That closet is now gone and the walls knocked out to make room for my clawfoot tub.
This is what I'm looking at when I'm sitting in my tub
By the way, this clawfoot tub also has a shower system attached to it
Some trinket items that keep my bath smelling so good
Another shot of my bath from a different angle
There she is...hope you enjoyed the tour of my master bath. Thanks for viewing!