When Matt and I bought our house in February 2011 we bravely tackled several do-it-yourself projects like removing a laundry chute, replacing a toilet, painting, and creating a vegetable garden. One project that we did not tackle was our ugly, pink and black master bathroom. The bathroom – well, the whole master “suite,” to be honest – was really unattractive. All of the trim was painted gloss black, the walls were purple, the tiles were deep fuschia, and the tub, toilet, and sinks were black. Oh, and let’s not forget the brassy gold faucets. Can you tell why I didn’t like this bathroom?!
The master bathroom was SO bad that we decided to bring in professional help. We made some initial floor plan designs, settled on a rough budget and found a contractor that we liked. Demolition began in late April (it was great to see that black toilet go!) and the whole project took about 8 weeks.
We chose a fairly contemporary style with a neutral gray color palette, natural stacked stone cladding on one wall, a frameless glass shower, and white vessel sinks with sleek chrome fixtures. We’re thrilled with how the bathroom turned out so I thought I would share a few photos here on my blog!
For anyone in the Delaware County, PA area looking for bathroom remodeling help, here are the companies that we worked with. We were very happy with all of them so please feel free to contact me if you want to know more about them!