Creating Two Bathrooms from One: Before & After of First Bathroom

Creating Two Bathrooms from One: Before & After of First Bathroom

As most of you know, we do a lot of renovating. We are in the process of finishing the entire house… finally! We have been working on this home for three years now, and that’s long for us! However, I’m glad we took our time, and I was able to find what I wanted at “close to” prices that I wanted to pay.

One project was our master bathroom/hall bathroom combo. Sounds awful, but, yes, we do share our master bathroom with the hall and company. We live in a 1950’s ranch, and for the most part the home is amazing. However, this one room was not so much.

So, we reconfigured, redesigned, gutted and re-created the space so we could have two bathrooms. I’m so happy how it turned out!

Before:

Bathroom "before" that we shared with the hallway

Bathroom “before” that we shared with the hallway


And here is the after:

Our new powder room

Our new powder room


We built a wall to create a small powder room. (Hardest room I’ve ever attempted to photograph)

Our brass faucet from Home Depot

Our brass faucet from Home Depot



We purchased this swing arm sconce that I’ve been lusting after from Circa Lighting here in Charleston.

Our brass swing arm sconce

Our brass swing arm sconce



Another view

Another view



We purchased our Ronald Redding Wallpaper from Eades Wallpaper – they were the most competitively priced!

Our wallpaper by Ronald Redding Wallpaper

Our wallpaper by Ronald Redding Wallpaper



I feel super spoiled because my amazing and talented friend Julianne of Taylor Burke Homes gifted this art to me from her amazing travels! (Read her story here on my Guess Who’s dropping in for Coffee series)

This amazing art was a gift from my friend Julianne

This amazing art was a gift from my friend Julianne



Herringbone marble floors

Herringbone marble floors



I love the wood and details of this mirror. I wish the photo would do it justice. It has that little bit of glam but the wood tones it down.

Mirror from GDC home

Mirror from GDC home



One last view of the bathroom. I’m so happy our guests don’t have to share this beauty with us. I’m sure they are as well!

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Thanks y’all for stopping in to see the bathroom. Come back to see part 2 soon!

Happy Wednesday friends!

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Comments

  • July 30, 2014

    Looks great! Love all of the texture with the tile and wallpaper….the wood mirror warms it up!

  • July 30, 2014

    Such great upgrades. The floors are amazing! xoxo

  • July 30, 2014

    So beautiful! I just used that same faucet in my master bath! πŸ™‚

  • July 30, 2014

    I love the brass fixtures and swing arm sconce! Such a small world, Julianne and I were sorority sisters and roommates in college!

  • July 31, 2014

    How beautiful! I love that floor and the mirror is amazing!

  • August 1, 2014

    This is STUNNING!!!! So so so beautiful, great work Krystine! πŸ™‚

  • August 2, 2014

    Krystine, what a fabulous idea! You packed this little space full of things to love!! I’m dying over that swing arm lamp, the fixtures and your floor! Such a fabulous job, and I cannot wait for Part 2! Thanks so much for sharing at Best of the Nest!

  • August 4, 2014

    Erica

    Which faucet is this? I need to replace an antique brass one in powder room but cannot find one to compare! This looks perfect.

  • October 22, 2014

    Christine

    Who makes the swing arm sconce?

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