Originally, the master bedroom had only this tiny half bath – no bueno!
Luckily, after lots of planning and sketching and creative rearranging . . .
. . . we were able to squeeze a really awesome master bath into this home’s footprint. I’m crazy happy with how it turned out, and it was definitely worth the extra expense of moving the furnace and everything else that went into creating this space.
This was our first time using vessel sinks – what do you think? We had to modify the cabinets a bit to allow for the taller sinks (i.e., cutting down a really tall toe kick) and I think it turned out really well.
And I’m someone that loves a ginormous shower, so the fact that we were able to add a really spacious shower makes me quite happy. :)
It’s come a long way, huh? :)
Some little features – we placed the shower controls right by the shower door so that you can reach in and turn on the shower without getting wet, and we made sure to hide the shampoo niche in the pony wall so that all of the soaps and potions aren’t on display to the rest of the bathroom.
To be honest, I was a little underwhelmed with this bathroom during construction – but once all of the pieces were in place, the mirrors in particular, I absolutely fell in love with it. It’s funny how that happens!
And now the master bedroom! It has 3 windows, which I love, and great views of the backyard and the deck. I think that would be nice to wake up to.
The bedroom needed minimal work, mainly just the new windows, refinished floors, new ceiling fan and reworking the closets. Here’s how it started out:
I think it will be a great retreat for the new owners!
What do you guys think? Do you think we made the right move by changing the half bath to a full bath?
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