How lovely to have a clean and functional master bath! Have a look . . .
Like our renovated kitchen, we wanted this new bathroom to feel like it belonged in a 1925 cottage. So we chose simple elements: white wainscoting, a Shaker-style cabinet, a vintage-inspired light fixture, a neutral gray floor tile, classic subway tile in the walk-in shower, and a marble countertop on the vanity. To keep costs down, we kept all of the plumbing in the same location.
The light fixture's glass shades match the schoolhouse globes in our kitchen. I love those thin black stripes!
The shower stall now has white subway tile, a marble seat, a frameless glass door and marble basketweave tile on its floor. A niche with two handy shelves repeats the same marble tile. We used Grohe chrome fixtures with a 1920s vibe for the shower and vanity.
And there you have it! Next time, I'll share photos of our new guest bathroom which uses the same basic elements. Do stop by!