On today’s renovation wishlist I am diving into some major Master Bathroom eye candy. And the bathroom above is an inspiration I could honestly base the entire renovation around. Jenna Lyons home is everything. Just everything. Classic, traditional, modern, layered, perfection.
When discussing ideas with our Architect I mentioned we really wanted a large walk-in shower (after showering in the standard tub/shower situation for over a decade) and that we really didn’t need a tub. But after he completed our plans, it just so happened that pushing out the bathroom wall would work better for the exterior and that left space for a tub… and I kinda fell in love with the possibilities.
I mean I may not take a tub everyday, but this certainly would be inviting when I do want to take one! And apparently I am drawn to this shape because almost every inspiration I find has this tub. This reiterates my tip that when looking to tackle the design of a space, go through Pinterest, blogs, Instagram or go old school and actually flip through a magazine or a book and simply pull images you love. You’ll be surprised that when you look at them as a whole later certain elements begin to pop out that are so similar!
I also love the moulding in the image below. We will actually have enough room for some builtin shelves & cabinets on either side of our tub. I am giddy over the ideas of styling this space. I preferred the idea of builtins vs a linen closet, why?! I feel that in a deeper closet items tend to get shoved to the back and are never seen or used again. Where if we have a combination of open and closed storage we can hide the not so pretty but absolutely functional items in the cabinets and the prettier items can be left out.
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Another similarity between most of my inspiration images and a big trend yet classic look is large format marble tiles and even the use of slabs with beautiful veining.
I am toying with multiple ideas at the moment on how to achieve this look including large format tiles and even the idea of a man made alternative that would require no sealing… I will be sure to let you all know if my little investigation into this idea pans out or not. But I am loving the idea of no grout lines to clean in a big shower!
xo – Kristin