master bathroom before + after

It's finally time for me to share our complete master bathroom transformation!

AFTER

BEFORE

AFTER

BEFORE

AFTER

This biggest difference was made by taking out the ceiling soffit above the sink and shower and partially removing the shower walls. This turned the cave-like shower into a super bright and happy place to get ready in the morning. I've envisioned this space since day we moved in, and I'm so happy that after two long years we finally have a master bathroom we can use!

BEFORE

AFTER

When we framed out the new shower we were able to make a slightly larger door opening, and we gained about one inch on each side of the shower which makes a huge difference in such a small space. We also replaced the rough-in drain so we could use this square drain cover that tied into the herringbone pattern in our tile. 

AFTER

There used to be zero storage, so we built-in a shower nook to keep everything out of sight.

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We removed the cabinet above the toilet, added open shelving, replaced the toilet, and added a recessed light/ventilation fan.

AFTER

In this back corner we removed an awful bright blue pocket door, moved the light switches back to an appropriate spot by the door (the framing for the pocket door meant the switches used to be located about 2' away from the door), and added a double towel rod.