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Master Suite Makeover, and Guest Bath Too!

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Does your bathroom or bedroom need an update? Check out this makeover for inspiration. We took a dated master bedroom with a small en-suite bath, and a dark guest bath, and turned them all into bright and functional spa-like retreats.
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In spite of a natural light from a good-sized window, the master bath started out small, dark, and cramped, with no tub. We wanted to open it up, both visually and functionally.
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FIrst, we moved the wall 18 inches into the bedroom, to make room for a full size tub and shower, and a storage cabinet.
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Then we chose gorgeous wood-look porcelain tile for the floor, and open furniture-style cabinets for the vanity. See the scale discretely hidden under the left side, not taking up any floor space?
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We added some gorgeous finishes: quartz counter tops and marble mosaic tile all the way up the wall.
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To tie it all together, we carried a strip of the marble mosaic tile into the shower as an accent, along with oversize white subway tiles. New white and gray linens from Target complete the spa feeling.
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The master bedroom needed some streamlined furniture and better storage, to make up for losing 18 inches to the bathroom.
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We got rid of the mission style furniture and opted instead for a modern, classic white look, with touches of turquoise accents.
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By lightening up the carpet, bedding and wall color, we tied the bedroom in with the relaxing feel of the en-suite bath.
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Finally we turned our attention to the guest bath, which is also the kids bath. It needed a new look and better storage to accommodate older kids.
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The first thing it really needed was natural light. It's an interior room, with no windows, so we put in a skylight which now brings in floods of natural light during the day. We also chose a new vanity with center tower, to give the kids more closed storage.
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We replaced the square tiles with oversized linen looking tiles in a natural blend that ties in nicely with the grays of the walls and shower tiles.
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Gray subway tiles with a glass mosaic inset complete the spa feel. With gray towels, a white cotton shower curtain, and pops of aqua for color, this room feels all grown up now.

To see more: http://thepalettemuse.com/master-suite-makeover/

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Aug 19, 2015

    Beautiful! Absolutely love your bathroom! That grey is perfect.

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Aug 21, 2015

    Jaw is on the floor. Is that first shower curtain from Target too? Heading over to your blog to check there. :)

  • Judysbolick
    Judysbolick
    on Aug 22, 2015

    Great makeover!

  • Debbie Williams
    Debbie Williams Plymouth, CT
    on Aug 22, 2015

    looks great

  • Jen R.
    Jen R. Seminole, FL
    on Aug 22, 2015

    Wow! Even you guest bathroom puts my master to shame. Enjoy your new spaces. :)

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