The Farmhouse: A Tour of the Master Bathroom

Hey friends! Since you've already seen our master bedroom and closets and you got a sneak peek from my tile source post, I thought it was high time I share our entire master bathroom. This room is one of my favorite rooms in the house (I think I say that about every room?!). There aren't a lot of rooms in the house that we "went big" on in terms of splurging on size or finish. But this master bathroom? Oh, boy, we went big. Literally- it's huge. Equipped with two 72" vanities (his and hers), a powder room toilet closet, a clawfoot tub niche and the world's most gigantic shower, and I'd say this is quite the bathroom! And what's funny, it bears a lot of resemblance to the master bath we renovated at our old ranch house, which you can see here. I guess you love what you love!

A few things about this space I wanted to mention. I love the symmetry. We've got a vanity on either side and then the shower mirrors the powder/toilet closet and the tub sits smack dab in the middle. Symmetry makes my heart happy! Speaking of that tub, it's another thing I love. Like, a lot. I knew I wanted to make that niche something special, so we added shiplap and custom built-in shelves to the space. Originally, we had painted the shiplap Alabaster, like the walls, but eventually decided they needed to stand out with a soft gray. In the shower, we chose a basketweave marble tile for the floor and used subway tile for the walls and bench. That bench is so perfect for shaving my legs! And then one of my favorite elements is that we used some of the marble floor tile to trim out the edge of the shower along the glass, on the floor and in our shampoo shelf insets. It's all in the details! One detail I did leave out, though, was the vanity mirrors. I couldn't find anything I liked that was large enough, so we decided to do (super cheap) plate glass and either frame it out or replace it down the road. That's a good building tip- if you can't make up your mind, don't waste money on a choice that's not your favorite!

We're so happy with how this bathroom turned out. It's truly a dream room. Now that we've moved in, I've added some really pretty warm wooden and other natural tones with accessories, baskets and a makeup table. I can't wait to share updated pictures soon!


all tile and grout sources listed here
wall paint color: Sherwin Williams Alabaster
trim paint color: custom color (similar to SW Alabaster)
shiplap paint color: Sherwin Williams Passive
tub faucets/plumbing (polished nickel)
vanities: Legacy cabinets in Ash color
sink faucets (polished nickel)
shower plumbing by Moen (polished nickel)

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