A little over a year ago, my good friend Carrie said they were ready to take on the redo of their master bath. A pic I'd seen in Coastal Living struck me as something they might like, and sure enough, it served as a stepping off point for the bath remodel.
Over the course of the year, Carrie and her hubster, Scott, added a third son to their family, studied for work promotions, and nursed another kiddo's broken leg ALL while Scott gutted the bathroom. As Carrie has proudly said, this project has taken Scott well-beyond simple "handyman" status as he did all the work himself.I know you all like a good B&A, so here ya go - feast your eyes on this transformation! Standard, 80's builder-grade vanity and garden tub
Replaced with a rustic Craigslist console-turned-vanity, vessel sinks, and modern cultured marble counter that does a stunning job of mimicking Carrara.
Oh, and gorgeous wall-mounted gooseneck faucets!
The most challenging aspect of the project was Scott's plan to reverse the shower stall and tub placement, to take advantage of unused space in the tub's window seat.
Where the old shower stood, there's now an inviting claw-foot tub.
Would you believe it's fiberglass?Eye candy for a fixture junkie like me!
And, where the garden tub made inefficient use of space, there's now a multi-spray shower with plenty of room for a built-in seat. I can't say what I love more: the river stone floor, or the showerhead combo!
Crazy gorgeous, my friends! (Um, can I use your bath next time we visit? ;)