Master Bathroom Update

When we bought our house 1.5 years ago, the previous owners had just built it and everything was boring, snoring contractor grade everything. Our Master Bathroom was the perfect example of this. Everything from tan paint to life-less faucets. Our bathroom needed some serious character and style added! After a quick update, this is what our Master Bathroom looks like now:

Master Bathroom Update

Simple Master Bathroom Makeover

Check out the Before and After side by side so you can see what we did!

Master Bathroom Update Before and After. Love the floating shelves!

We did this makeover in only 2 weeks! Crazy, right?!

*Note: I remembered to take the Before picture after we’d already put up the painters tape. oops! 

DIY Bathroom Makeover

What we did:

  • Painted the walls Stonington Grey.
  • Installed new Symmons faucets.
  • Built floating wood shelves. {Used the Shanty sisters tutorial.}

DIY Bathroom makeover || loving those floating shelves!Doesn’t it look AMAZING?! Davis and I can’t stop staring at how pretty our bathroom looks now. Everything goes together so well. And those faucets? They rock! I couldn’t believe what a difference they made to our bathroom. It was an instant upgrade with the beauty of their design.

Modern Bathroom faucet Davis installed the faucets and he said they were easy to install and had no problems at all.

Gorgeous Bathroom Faucet. This one is super easy to install. The knobs feel nice and when you pull them to turn the water on, you feel the quality of the faucet.

Another feature I absolutely love about Symmons, is they are an American manufacturer located in Braintree, MA. They offer a variety of products that are made right in Massachusetts for over 75 years. I love supporting American Made!

Love Modern Faucets? Check out their new Naru line. Its pretty rad!

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Master Bathroom Makeover DIY

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Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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