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My black and white master bath

Posted by jordanl (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 11, 08 at 10:53

We took our very small (single sink, stand-up shower, no tub) master bath and combined it with our walk-in closet to create a nice large master bath. The closet was moved to our "sitting room" that was attached to our bedroom. Love everything about it (especially the heated floors and TV hidden under sink). Only thing I would do differently is add more lighting. It seemed like a lot, but could use more.

Tub: Americh Contura
Tub faucet: Hansgrohe Axor
Sink faucets: Rohl Country Collection
Shower faucet: Moen Showplace in Wrought Iron
Floor tile: Niles Weave from Tile Shoppe ($11.99 sq. ft)
Shower floor tile: hexagons in black/white
Shower wall tile: 3x6 subway from Home Depot ($.14 each!)
Cabinets: Wellborn Maple (black finish)
Counters: Carrera marble
Sinks: Kohler
Shower door: custom from local shop
Shower seat: recut old absolute black granite counter from original bathroom

Image link: My black and white master bath (24 k)

Here is a link that might be useful: Black & White Bathroom

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: My black and white master bath

Very nice!

RE: My black and white master bath

Gorgeous! Love what you did.

RE: My black and white master bath

Love the whole remodel! B/W is my favorite of all time and you've done a beautiful job. What are your wall paint colors?

Anna Lee

RE: My black and white master bath

I'm so disappointed to see your bathroom. I really don't mean that in a bad way :) It's just that when I redid mine, I wanted to take down my big mirror and put two smaller ones up, but I didn't think it would look right since I didn't have two sinks.

Boy's Bathroom


RE: My black and white master bath

It looks great!
Can I ask you how wide is the vanity with the makeup counter? Also, would you mind posting your layout? We are struggling with our master bathroom layout at the moment where I would love to have a vanity just like that.

thanks in advance

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