Primary Bath Source Guide
As promised here all the sources we used for our master bathroom renovation.
I upgraded the pulls with these glass and brass ones.
Our faucets are Kingston Brass and can be found here from Wayfair.
Our sinks might be my favorite feature, they are honed marble and come with a matching drain cover which gives it a very high end look.
Our mirrors are also from Wayfair, they really are my go to website when I start to pull things together for a space. They literally have everything and I haven’t been disappointed yet!
Now for one of lifes necessities, but not the prettiest thing in the world, the toilet. Ours floats off the ground and houses all of the “guts” if you will inside the wall. The fact that there is nothing on the floor makes vacuuming and mopping so easy.
Our walls are made using 1/2 gallon of Black Magic flat paint by Sherwin Williams mixed with 8 cups of drywall powder. I mixed together and applied 2 coats using a trowel so that it gives a lime plaster style finish. You can find a more in depth tutorial on my Instagram under the “Faux Plaster” highlight tab.
And before I forget the star of the shower experience our shower fixtures. They are mostly ala cart so you can peruse around the Kholer website to find the attachments you want!
If you want to read the nitty gritty on the reno process hope back to our primary bath reveal and feel free to leave any questions below!
She has really great bones; beautiful knotty pine paneling and handmade cabinets, beautiful oak floors and tons of windows, two fireplaces one featuring beautiful stone.
Over the decades have been unkind to her to say the least. Years of cigarette smoke cover the ceilings and walls and the floors show every bit of their 70 years.