A Tour of My Renovated Master Bathroom

  1. deanna says:

    Stunning makeover and such good use of space. Such a serene/modern place to get ready to greet and end the day.

  2. Vicky says:

    Love this remodel for a small MB. Often cannot find ideas for ‘70s style home, so thank you! One question, however., why a single sink. Why not have a larger single, or 2 sinks. (For resale value, if not for convenience only.) Again, thank you for creative ideas that show much thought & consideration!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      simple. two people cannot fit into this bathroom at the same time. thanks for stopping by!

      • Julia says:

        I also have a lovely 70s house with a small master. I have a long countertop but opted for one sink in my recent remodel. I’d rather have the counterspace! As you say, two people can’t fit in there anyway. The en suite is my bathroom and the main hall bath is my husband’s. I don’t need to watch him brush his teeth! One thing Angelina Jolie said with which I agree: the key to a happy marriage may be separate bathrooms!

  3. Christy says:

    Love your bathroom remodel! Can you provide details on your new bathtub?

  4. Carroll says:

    I love your wallpaper!

  5. beth byrd says:

    Ooooh … that wallpaper is gorgeous. It really makes the room!

    Very inspiring for those of us with a smaller bathroom space! Thank you for sharing!

  6. RORY says:

    I really like your renovation. Those black cabinets are stunning and so is the cupboard behind the sink. Great use of space. I like the colors you chose too.

  7. Mary says:

    Simply beautiful! I love the wallpaper, may have to look into that for my bathroom.

  8. Linda says:

    I love the renovation- especially love the wallpaper and sconces. Very classy bathroom!

  9. Fran says:

    What a great remodel! I especially love the wallpaper and light fixtures. The large medicine cabinet is a super idea.
    It’s very practical and good looking. Good job updating this space.

  10. Gina says:

    Also looks as though you have a stunning view from the window, how wonderful. Living in a large town in the uk, my view is not so good.

  11. Becky says:

    Hi Beth,
    Perfect timing! You’ve offered so many great ideas for our long- overdue master bath remodel. Very practical, affordable and so pretty! Thanks much!

  12. Linda says:

    I’m a minimalist at heart & love efficiency. You nailed it in this bathroom renovation! I had 3 bathrooms renovated in 2021 myself. As a mother of boys it has been lovely to have my own bathroom and not have to share with anyone!

  13. GL Gardener says:

    Outstanding! I love the wallpaper and the floor-they really got things going. I love the use of black in a room. The wall cabinet/storage unit was a great and needed idea. I am sure this room makes you smile. I am wanting to remodel a bathroom in my house and am looking for ideas.
    One thing I have learned: choose a white toilet, sinks, and shower/tub….then you can do anything with them as far as color goes. Absolutely lovely.

  14. Wow, love the wallpaper and your use of space in your bathroom! My last house had an even smaller MB, but it is my favorite house that I lived in!!

  15. Andrea says:

    Beautiful, calming, sophisticated space – well done, Beth!

    Have been putting off installing a hand towel holder, as they are either stand up or the hoop style, both of which are too overwhelming for the space. Kudos for using the towel hook option, I would never have thought of it for this application, but thanks to you, I now have the perfect solution.
    I adore the floor tile- elegant and timeless. Love the mounted makeup mirror, too. Mine is mounted, but articulates, which is more of a nuisance, so my birthday list will be adjusted 😉.

    Actually your decision to replace the shower with a tub/shower is also a selling feature, since it is a true 4 piece bathroom. Besides, why limit your options – best of both,. Well done Reno, enjoy.

  16. Nancy says:

    Just gorgeous. It’s terrible while it goes on but so worth it when you are done.
    I hope you enjoy it for many years to come.

  17. Mary says:

    Love this bathroom, Beth!

  18. Gayle Murphy says:

    In particular, I love several non-conventional things you did. 1. you put in a tub. Everybody is taking tubs out and going for huge showers. 2.
    One sink. I have 2 sinks in our master and our renovation will reduce that to just one. I want the counter space, and besides, there is another bathroom for him. 3. removed the shower doors and reverted to a shower curtain. So much easier to keep clean and much more handsome. 4. Used space within the walls for that stunning storage cupboard opposite the sink. All together smart and handsome.

  19. Pat says:

    I love that you made a large vanity. I like one sink too. More counter space. I do not like the counter storage that you used to have. It’s a visual block and looks so much better now. I love how you added storage. So practical. I need to do this for my house built in 1960. I love my original black and white floor but don’t know that it can be saved. Did you know what you wanted or did a designer give you options to choose from?

  20. Gloria says:

    Love your bathroom
    Amazing what they did in small space
    Love it
    Thank you for sharing

  21. Nancy says:

    Wow! Gorgeous renovation! Beautiful details and I love the wallpaper! With the black & white theme it would be fun to bring in color with towels or accessories anytime the mood strikes! But, the black & white looks really classy as is! Love it!

  22. Lisa says:

    Just lovely!!! The soaking tub is divine and I love the dark grout against the white tile. I’m also jealous of your creative use of wall space on the long wall. Thanks for sharing it!

  23. Lyn says:

    Jaw dropping!!!! We also did a single under mount sink in our bath remodel – sleeker looking.

  24. Judy says:

    I love it all! The black/white and a bit of gray in the paper is so timeless. You mentioned the age of your home, but your new bath would be perfect in a new contemporary or a beautiful old Victorian also. I guess it’s partly due to the way the photo was taken, but your vanity looks so much larger without the cabinets taking up space on both sides. You are going to enjoy it forever.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      the vanity is larger than the previous one. it was custom made for the space. the toilet was moved a few inches closer to the tub area which allowed the vanity to expand. love it!

  25. Deborah Hull says:

    Beth this is so lovely ! I am not usually a fan of black and white but this is simply stunning ! Very nice . Love it Beth !

  26. SP says:

    Beth, I love the floor tile! would you please post the link? Gorgeous remodel!

  27. Missi Baker says:

    Lovely! I’m starting a bath reno myself and have also selected the black and white Basketweave floating. I chose marble (my splurge). Is your porcelain or marble. Might you link to it, or did I miss it? TIA!

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