I've been a busy little bee, working hard getting the master bath in order.
As I may have already mentioned, the previous owner had a very dark, earth-tone color palette in place. Completely the opposite of my vision for the cottage, so taking down heavy window treatments, dark wood-tone shelves, and dark framed art and decor has been the name of the game. I wish I would have thought to take a before photo with all the dark wood, but I was so anxious to get rid of the dark and let in the light that I forgot.
Here's a little tour around my now light and bright master bath in crisp white with touches of seafoam green. (See, I really can do another color besides blue!)
(I can't take any credit for the upgraded materials -- marble counters, white subway tiles, etc... These materials were already in place from a remodel a few years ago. I absolutely love them, so no change there.)
I really like that the cabinet doors and drawers were removed.....the fabric and towels add color and soft texture and give the room a "cottage" feel. Baskets behind the fabric hold all of our toiletries, so it's all neatly organized and handy.
These beautiful coral bottles are a focal point in the master bath -- they really grab your attention when you walk in.
I adore my soaking tub -- a warm bath with rose and vanilla bath salts, a candle, and I'm in heaven!
My make-up area -- an old painted dresser with a glass top to store my makeup and hair tools. From this vanity area, you step up to the bath tub and sink area. Across from this dresser is the shower stall.
More glass display bottles topped with pretty seashells.
Some white orchids add a soft touch.
I'm still working on the window treatments for the two windows and adding some art to the walls, so when those are done, I'll post the finished results.
This is the fabric I am working with to make valances and window treatments -- I think it coordinates nicely with the skirts over the sinks. We shall see.......
Thanks for visiting and touring my master bath at Sea Glass Cottage!
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