New Years Resolution

My New Years resolution is to finally decorate our Master Bathroom. It's exactly how the builder built it... no upgrades, cheap ugly fixtures, no color. Booooring!

Karen - The Graphics Fairy
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  • Claire. Vericker Claire. Vericker on Sep 30, 2016
    How does this work? Have you posted photos of your bathroom? What did you decide to do? I have a similar problem. Thank you.

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  • Laura Leblang Laura Leblang on Jan 04, 2013
    I was in my home 11 years before redoing the master bath. It's time Karen! I don't know what your dimension is, but have you considered double sink? Maybe your spouse (I'm just assuming you have a spouse) isn't as picky about sharing as mine is. But mine insisted on a double. And also a cabinet/closet between them! Also, it will save a lot of money if the vanity size is standard. We added a walk-in tiled shower, with niche for shampoos, etc., a shelf high enough to prop your leg for shaving a shower bar & rain head. Also, when we put in the tile he added the heating element. Love that on cold winter mornings. We reconfigured the entire space, so it took a long time with changing plumbing & electric. Did I mention, it was DIY? I'd be glad to chat w/you about it. Mine took a year, but then we also converted a 5th bedroom to a master closet.
  • Thanks for your input @Laura Leblang and you're right it is time! We do actually have 2 sinks, this is my vanity and he has a matching one. The space itself is quite large, and the layout is great, it's just boring. We have the shelf in the shower too, which I love, although that heating element would be a dream come true! Our bathroom is over the garage and it gets chilly!
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