Bathroom Renovation // The Reveal

Yes, it's been over six months since we shared the plan. Truthfully, much of it has been done for awhile and it was just a few details that still needed to be wrapped up. We've been using the space, and loving it, for several months.

I've got some more to share with you about some of the renovation; but, for today, step in and enjoy the photos!

The biggest decision was choosing the vanity and vanity top which allowed us to increase this bath from single to double sinks.

We chose oil-rubbed bronze hardware to contrast with the marble counters, wood vanity and white walls.

The 60" vanity alone nearly doubled our storage in the room; but we wanted to make better use of the whole space. Shelving, a woven bench and towel hooks were added next to the shower.

We chose minty greens -- in an otherwise neutral color palette -- to complement the circa 1970s sage tub {which is still in great condition and didn't need to be replaced}.

Black and white accents kept the decor feeling modern and clean alongside the various wood tones and natural textures.
Finally, the small nook where the toilet sits got an update, too. We hung a wall cabinet for a bit more storage and a spot to display some pretties.

I can't skip reminding you where we started...

... what an improvement, huh? We are so pleased with it, and it was definitely worth weeks of renovation "fun." I'll share the source list and links to each DIY tutorial in a separate post {UPDATE: Get the Source List here and check out tons of bathroom organization tips here}.

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