The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Room Reveal

Room for Tuesday - Bathroom RevealIt’s here!! The moment you’ve been waiting for (if you’ve been following along)… the bathroom is 100% done- barely in time for the One Room Challenge reveal. I shot the space hours ago and somehow managed to pull together a post after a fiasco with the artwork. All is well and I couldn’t be more pleased with how this tiny space turned out. Click through for the complete reveal and all the details!

In case you missed the past six weeks, no worries… catch up on the process here: Week 1 (before images and the design plan) //  Week 2 (demo and prep) // Week 3 (tile) // Week 4 (bathtub resurfacing and electrical) // Week 5 (paint and hardware) // Week 6 (accessories)

To start, I’ll give you a little refresh of what the space looked like before we renovated.

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Bathroom Reveal - Room for TuesdayQuite the difference, right? It’s amazing what the correct size vanity and new tile / fixtures will do to a space. It looks SO much larger thanks to some design tricks I implemented. The black ceiling and ceiling-mounted shower curtain worked just as I had hoped to elongate the room.

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comIt’s difficult to nail down my favorite thing in the space… from the tile, artwork, plumbing fixtures, and even the accessories, this is one of those rooms where everything just seemed to work well together.

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comI truly love showering here now. I know that sounds weird, but I’ll stand in my shower and smile because of all that goodness that is happening around me. The beautiful marble, the industrial shower trim, and even my little fern that sits in front of our new black window (he likes humidity, so this is his permanent home) makes me so happy.

Fern in Pedestal Planter

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comI’m also really glad we landed on contrast tile for the back of the shower niche. The smaller herringbone pattern is a nice detail that gives our shower storage some dimension. Clearly I have a Davines product addiction. Shoutout to my hair stylist (hey, Amber!!) who has me hooked. In all seriousness, they look great against that tile.

The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comEven though the space is small, I wanted it to have plenty of personality. Between the storage vanity, amazing floor tile, and new artwork- I’m hoping that shows, and I achieved my goal of giving this bath some pizazz.

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comThe nude ladies are insanely gorgeous in person and totally worth the hassle and shipping mix up I had to endure. I teamed up with my bf, Laurie Anne (the artist behind these beauties), and gave her free reign to create whatever she wanted. Obviously I wasn’t disappointed! Framebridge also did a fantastic job framing them.

Spoiler alert… you can win some of these nudes for yourself on Monday! I’m following through with the fun bath giveaway I promised, and Laurie Anne agreed to throw some of the limited edition nudes into the mix.

The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comObviously storage was a big concern with this project… this tiny bathroom really needed to be super functional because it’s the one and only bathroom in our home. We store lots items in baskets below the vanity, as well as inside the vanity.

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comThe lower two “drawers” aren’t actually drawers at all… they hinge downward revealing a giant storage space inside the vanity. I keep my cosmetics, extra toilet paper, and other toiletries in this compartment.

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comWe also have a medicine cabinet. Yep! That’s not just a mirror… it’s a pretty sizable medicine cabinet where we keep our toothbrushes, deodorant, medicine (obviously), and other necessities we use on the daily. Here’s a tiny peek inside… it’s mirrored, which also eludes to more space.

The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comIn addition to closed storage, we also needed a couple places to hang towels. We installed two minimal towel bars on the opposite side of the room, which have proven to be really functional. We no longer have to hang them on our closet door knobs (super exciting stuff).

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comThere’s also a robe hook on the backside of the door. It’s little details like these that make small space living a lot easier.

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The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comOf course I wouldn’t wrap up the big reveal without sharing sources! Click the collage below or the linked numbers to shop the resources. As always, let me know if there’s anything I missed.

01: shower curtain // 02: flush mount light fixture // 03: pendant light // 04: marble subway tile // 05: medicine cabinet // 06: robe hook // 07: soap dispenser // 08: shower trim // 09: vanity // 10: tub spout // 11: nude print one // 12: nude print two // 13: bath brush // 14: basket // 15: nude print three // 16: black hex tile // 17: woven waste basket // 18: toilet // 19: toilet brush // 20: nude print four

faucet: widespread lavatory with these levers

frames: framebridge // paint: walls- Sherwin Williams Origami White | trim- Sherwin-Williams Extra White | ceiling (and medallion)- Sherwin-Williams Tricorn Black // door hardware: Nostalgic Warehouse

The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comBe sure to come back on Monday for a fun bath giveaway! There’ll be multiple prizes… turkish towels, soaps, candles, bath accessories (one of the little wooden brushes shown below), artwork, etc. It’s my way of saying thank you for your support during my first ever ORC.

The Bathroom : One Room Challenge – Final Reveal | roomfortuesday.comIf you have any questions at all, let me know. I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below! For my first One Room Challenge, I’d say it went pretty well. Honestly the most stressful day was today. Ha! I’m hoping next time around I’l have learned my lesson. Thanks for sticking with this series and for your words of encouragement. They mean so much! I should also send a giant thank you to Linda at Calling it Home for organizing this entire shindig. It’s been fun and inspiring.

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  1. Laurie Anne says:

    OMG!!! ITS GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so so so so beautiful!!!

    1. Thank you! I can’t tell you how obsessed I am with the art. You are SO talented!!! xox

    2. This is gorgeous!! I am moving into an older house that is fAbulous- but every bath is stuck in the early 1990s… I am searching Pinterest and found this! I am doing black accent walls and need to prove to the hubby- I know what I’m doing 😂 (literally the only human who still questions me about design🤷‍♀️) the ceiling! The floor!♥️♥️♥️♥️ Ugh my heart! I am finding you immediately and following your blog- gorgeously done

      1. Thanks so much, Carrie! My husband still questions my designs too, but then in the end, when things finally come together, he has the “aha” moment. Haha! Good luck with your renovation and thanks for following along :) xo

    3. Hi Sarah,
      Sorry don’t know how to start a new post, but I would love to mimic this look in my small bathroom! How tall is your ceiling? Ours is 96″ and my concern is that it will make the room look even smaller. However, your beautiful renovation gives me hope that a black room can work in a small space! The walls and all other furniture like vanity will be white.

      1. Our ceilings in that home were standard height… the black will actually elongate the ceiling height by tricking the eye, so it can definitely work in a smaller space with lower ceilings :) hope this helps!

  2. Now this is fantastic! I painted a black ceiling in our bathroom last spring and am still in love with it. Everything about this space looks so well though out and executed. Beautifully done!

    1. Thanks so much Ariel!! Loved your space too. xox

  3. Diane Rath says:

    Simply stunning!! That floor is magnificent and I hope you don’t mind when I model my bathroom reno after this- as in exactly like this lol!

    1. Thank you, Diane! Go for it- that would be such a compliment :) xox

  4. Ahhh! It looks so amazing. I’m especially infatuated with the ceiling medallion detail. So chic, and the whole black ceiling is so daring and cool. Such great work!

    1. Thank you, Sonny! I’m so excited with the way things turned out. I appreciate the compliments! xox

  5. Love it! One of the best ORC rooms.

    1. Wow! Thank you so much. Such an amazing compliment! xox

  6. Oh my goodness, I love this gorgeous space!! I never would have thought to paint the ceiling dark, but am in love with the result!!! Such a beautiful transformation ❤️

    1. Thanks, Ty! I really appreciate it :)

  7. Jessica | Petal + Ply says:

    Yes yes yes! Every bit as good as I imagined!! That tile is so so good!

    1. Thank you so much, Jessica!!

  8. tim@designmaze says:

    looks fabulous Sarah! when most people would go with light and bright color to make the bathroom feels bigger, you’ve opted to use dark marble floors with geometric patterns and a dark ceiling to give the space its character and your personal touch. Clever and brilliant move! your matte black hardware and accessories are to die for … now I may just have to go shopping!

    1. Thanks so much Tim! Absolutely love the way your space turned out too. Great job!

  9. So stunning!! The floor tile, wow. I love the hardware you chose too, the faucet handles, the showerhead. It all adds up to a cohesive and gorgeous room!

  10. This is AHHHHMAZING! That tile gives me #tileenvy All the beautiful hardware. Gorgeous.

    1. Thanks, Libbie! I think the floor tile might be my favorite.

  11. Christina / The Water Tower Project says:

    Absolutely gorgeous Sarah! I love how you’ve got double shower curtains so it looks like a pair of curtains! Very inspiring!

    1. Thank you, Christina!!

  12. Jenny Hall says:

    It turned out so beautiful!

  13. It’s all beautiful, but that shower trim and the floor tile kill me! OK, also the nudies and the marble shower… Well done!

    1. Thank you so much, Peggi!

  14. Wow! Just wow! This is just gorgeous! I’ll be referring back to this makeover when I take on my small bathroom.

    1. Such a compliment, Jeanie! Thank you. xox

  15. Dannyelle says:

    Wow, I love your new bathroom. Every detail is so good. Love your new taps and artwork! Great job!

  16. This is the most perfect bathroom in the history of bathrooms. I’ve been staring at the photos for 15 minutes now. Wow!!!!!!

    1. Oh my gosh… day made!! Thank you so much, Ashley.

  17. Colette @ restyle it wright says:

    i seriously love everything about it but the FLOOR TILE!!!! OH EM GEE! I can’t even handle how much I love it!

  18. The painted ceiling and hardware is amazing! everything looks beautiful!

  19. Love this bathroom! Love every single detail, especially the floor tile. It’s a great job! Enjoy! ~~ usie from The Chelsea Project

    1. Thank you so much, Susie! Love the way your space turned out too! Great job.

  20. I have been WAITING for this! And let me tell you, it did not disappoint! I want to totally recreate your bathroom. You have provided so many great ideas, we also have a very small bathroom. Great job and thank you for sharing!!

    1. Thank you so much, Lacey!! So happy to hear that :)

  21. I can’t believe this was your first ORC! Your room is GORGEOUS! I love the tile choices and the hinged cabinet under your vanity!

  22. Love this!!! Do you mind telling me where you got your towel bars? I tried to click on the picture link but I got a page error. Thanks! Love your blog!

    1. Sorry about that, Kim! I think I fixed the link. I appreciate you letting me know. The towel bars can be found here:

      1. Thanks! I actually think its my computer. Link works on my phone. Last quick question… What size are yours?

  23. Kim @ Yellow Brick Home says:

    This is insanely beautiful! I can’t get over the brass fixtures and all the little details in the room, but that floor steals the show (yet in the most understated way).

    1. Thank you so much, Kim!!

  24. This is truly stunning. I love the little fern so much. Two follow up questions:
    1. I can see why you wanted to boost the shower curtain up to the ceiling to elongate the room, but why did you run what looks like a board across the ceiling and mount the curtain behind it? Somehow that black strip distracts me.
    2. When you open the secret storage space on the vanity, does it come out into the room too far and make it difficult to reach into the storage space to grab things? This totally tricked me and I thought it was two drawers but I was wondering if it pops out too far to efficiently reach under there.

    1. Thank you, Kelly! I’m happy to answer questions :)
      1.) We installed the valence in front of the shower curtain so that edge looked nice and clean. I love that i blends with the ceiling and covers the imperfect top of the track-mounted shower curtain. In person, it’s really not incredibly noticeable. I’ll try to do a tour on Instagram today!
      2.) The vanity door isn’t that big. It was just difficult to shoot a good angle of it. It actually makes storage more accessible than a drawer. We can fit a variety of different sized toiletries in there… including stacked rolls of TP.
      Hope this helps!! xo

      1. Hi! I love this bathroom (found on Pinterest). Wondering if you remember where you found your ceiling mount curtain rod? And do you use a liner? I tried a ceiling mount roll down and it hasn’t worked out… would love to hide the rod with the trim – genius!

  25. It’s absolutely gorgeous! Following along, I wasn’t sure how the marble would tie in with the black hex tile on the floor. It turned out amazing! I’m taking inspiration for our one tiny bathroom renovation starting next year!

    1. Thanks Rachel! I love seeing everything come together- especially when it works really well.

  26. Lisa Fogt says:

    This is an amazing reveal! One of my favs!

  27. Modern perfection, and beauty well earned due to all the effort behind the renovation. Cheers, Ardith

    1. Thanks so much, Ardith!

  28. Michaela @ Michaela Graves Designs says:

    SWOONING over here! <3 Like you I can't decide what I love the most. Love the black ceiling, love the ceiling mounted shower curtain (so stealing this idea!), love the vertical subway tile and that little fern! : ) Really spectacular design and execution. GREAT JOB!!!

    1. Thank you so much!! I really appreciate the compliments :)

  29. Madeline | Teal and Gray says:

    That tile is TO DIE FOR. I love it so much. The whole bathroom is stunning and I’m incredibly jealous that it’s in your home and not mine.

    1. Thanks so much, Madeline! I’m so happy it’s finished and now I can enjoy it.

  30. Megan Harvey says:

    This is so gorgeous! Bravo! Job well done!

    I am at the very start of a small bathroom renovation, so the timing was perfect. I absolutely love the idea of having the curtain go to the ceiling. I saw that the track is from ikea, but can you give me more info on that? I looked at the website and didn’t see a double track. Only single and triple. How many different parts do you have to buy? Was it very complicated to install? Thanks in advance. Your bathroom came out so amazing!

    1. Thank you, Megan!! It’s the triple track. It works best so you can use a liner on the inside as well. I ended up buying two tracks. There’s a seam in the middle and they connect. It’s really super easy to install and comes with detailed instructions. You can even buy a tiny tool at Ikea that will help you cut / modify the track to fit. Hope this helps!

      1. Megan Harvey says:

        Thanks for the info!

  31. YES! This is beautiful. The ceiling + that painted ceiling (and hello, medallion!!) = magic. Love it, great work!

    1. Thank you, Jenny!! xox

  32. Jen @ Noting Grace says:

    Sarah! This is so stunning!! I am swooning over all the perfect pairings of black and gold. So much detail – I’m lost in these beautiful photos!

    Congrats on a gorgeous reveal! I’m honored to be in this ORC with you!

    1. Thank you so much!! Your space turned out amazing as well. xo

  33. Emily Vanderputten | chez V says:

    So gorgeous – I love all the dark touches countering the marble. The nudes are perfect in the space – love, love, love them!! Great, great job.

    1. Thanks Emily! I’m pretty much obsessed with the artwork. I love nudes!

  34. Great job!
    I too have a small bathroom. I currently have a pedestal sink. I would like to get a vanity but was concerned about hitting the side of the vanity :) if you have a chance, could you tell me how much space you have between your vanity and toilet?

    1. Trust me, that happened with the old vanity. If you checked out the before post, it was definitely a butt / hip hits the vanity sort of situation. Ha! The current space between the toilet and vanity is now around 9″. I definitely don’t hit it anymore. Hope this helps!

  35. Just beautiful!!! I especially love the touches of pink/blush in the towels and the artwork. This is an example of what a designer knows how to do to finish off a room. Congratulations!

    1. Thank you so much, Kate! It’s so refreshing when people notice the little details like that :) … I’m a details person. I think they really make or break a space. I’m glad you like it! xox

  36. Marti | Project Palermo says:

    This is beautiful! Favorite parts: the ceiling medallion + light, and the curtain track. I love how neat and clean that looks!

    1. Thank you so much Marti!!

  37. Kristin @ Postbox Designs says:

    Love this bathroom! Those floor tiles are stunning-I have never seen those before, but I’m checking them out right now! Amazing!

    1. Thanks so much, Kristin! xox

  38. Love all the details of your bathroom Sarah! Most especially the floor and ceiling treatment! Congrats for a job well done and Cheers to us for another room done!

    1. Thanks so much, Vel! Your room looks great too! xox

  39. Karissa Aman says:

    Such a beautiful bathroom! We are currently planning our tiny bathroom reno, and this is a huge inspiration! What did you do during renovation since it is your only bathroom? We are in the same situation and I would love some insight to that problem!

    1. Thank you, Karissa! I told lots of funny stories in the ORC process posts… let’s just say, we’re lucky we have good friends who let us shower at their house. We might’ve peed in the yard. Haha!! I’m serious. Starbucks is close by, so we also bought a lot of coffee for restroom breaks there too. Good luck! xo

  40. Florencia says:

    Absolutely incredible, Sarah! I

    1. Thank you so much, Flor! Hope you’re doing well!

  41. Stunning makeover! I love the tile and the ceiling light and the fixtures! All gorgeous!

    1. Thanks so much, Ruthie!

  42. This is beautiful!! But that floor is my favorite feature!!

    1. Thanks, Joan! I think it’s mine too.

  43. Oh, this is just so darn good! Love, love, love those floor tile. Going to use this bathroom for inspiration. Just wished I had your eye and sense of style. I was wondering how tall your ceilings are? Thanks so much for sharing.

    1. Thank you, Angela!! Believe it or not- the ceilings art standard height… about 91″.

  44. Stephanie says:

    Amazing design!! Where did you get the sink faucets ? I’m looking for that color and shape but in a one piece. I’ve found a few similar but they are so expensive!

    1. Thank you, Stephanie! As a designer, I have a to-the-trade account with Ferguson, so mine came from there. I linked the same option that is available to the public on Amazon.

  45. I love that tile but it is driving me nuts that the tile is all facing the wrong way!! Brick or subway normally goes horizontal. When you walk up a brick walk-way it is horizontal. Sorry LoL my OCD had to say something ;). Very pretty though!

    1. Thanks, Jen! The tile installation was an intentional decision. It elongates the space and ceiling height, while looking more modern. I’m 100% happy with the decision and outcome.

  46. This is absolutely beautiful! Great job on your first one room challenge! I like the horizontal subway tiles. Where are the fringed bath towels from? Did I miss that source somewhere? :)

    1. Thanks so much!! I actually found those on eBay… they’re kasstex brand, but they don’t make them anymore. Sorry!

  47. Sorry – I meant to say vertical subway tiles!

  48. I am so in love with this bathroom!! Every detail is gorgeous, I can’t pick a favorite! That tile treatment is amazing and I love the fixtures! And the vanity! What a beautiful job!!

  49. This bathroom is so incredibly gorgeous!! Where is your faucet from?

    1. Thanks so much, the faucet is from Brizo!

  50. Paige Mitchell says:

    I love this bathroom remodel! I’m using so many of the features in my remodel I am doing right now! thank you for the inspo :) I was just wondering if you could tell me where you got that black valence for you shower curtain? I cannot find it anywhere! also, did you get your shower liner cut in half too or just the curtain?

    1. We actually made the black valence.. if you click back through the ORC posts, you can see the process! xo

  51. This bathroom is just stunning! We are usin it as inspiration for our current bathroom remodel. Can I ask you where you purchased the trim for your marble in the shower around your window and enclave area? Thank you so much

    1. Thank you so much! The pencil trim actually came from Home Depot. They had a carrara that matched our subway tile- score!

  52. Did you paint the hardware on the vanity? The stock photo shows chrome hardware.

    1. I actually replaced the hardware. I found the same thing in matte black from Wayfair.

  53. This is beautiful. You are so talented. Do you know what the dimensions of the room are? I’m wondering if this is the solution to my tiny bathroom as well. (I would have to reroute the plumbing…not fun….but I think it’s the only solution) Keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks!

    1. Thank you so much, Natalie! The dimensions are roughly 5’x 8′

  54. Create/Enjoy says:

    It’s so gorgeous!!! Even the door is classy! You did an awesome job!

  55. Karin Dale says:

    This is a stunning bath!!! I am working on one at the moment and was planning to do a black and white hex. This floor might change my mind! The spec say wall use only. How’s it holding up on the floor? I’m going to have a free standing tub, do you think it could withstand the weight? Finally, does a black floor drive you crazy? I had dark wood floors in my last house and they always looked dusty. Again, this is BEAUTIFUL! Well done.

    1. Thanks, Karin! It’s perfect on the floor. I actually think it hides dust / dirt better because of the depth, dimension, and grout lines. We’re still loving it just as much as the day we installed in! xo

  56. Sharana Jones says:

    Wow! Simply Stunning! Question about the vanity-did you change out the hardware to black or was it purchased as you have it? LOVE the black ceiling.

    1. Thank you, Sharana! I swapped out the hardware.

  57. So beautiful! What did you do to cover up the shower rod?

    1. Thanks, Amanda! We actually don’t have a shower rod. We opted for a ceiling-mount track instead… then added a valance in front of the track to disguise the curtain hardware. Does that answer the question? xox

  58. Hi! I love the bathroom and got the track system and valence like you, the track did not come with the sliding pieces to add the hooks to, to hang the curtain. i’m wondering where to found these ?!

    1. Hi Paige! Everything you see in my bathroom for the shower curtain came from IKEA: the track, the sliders, the curtain, curtain hooks, etc. It doesn’t come as a kit- you have to buy each piece separately… but it’s all from IKEA.

  59. Hi Sarah! This bathroom is such an inspiration. I am actually wondering where you bought that adorbale little wicker basket holding your makeup brushes in the vanity. I am looking for something new for myself for that exact reason, and it seems not only useful, but its also adorable!

    1. Thank you, Lauren! The wicker basket was a vintage gift from a friend. Sorry I can’t provide a specific link! xo

  60. Bathroom International says:

    Hi Sarah! I love this bathroom remodel, it just look so stunning and beautiful. I fell in love at it right after I saw it. So very detailed and so elegant. I will be taking this as an inspiration, it seriously looks stunning!

    1. Thank you so much Aldrin!

  61. Hi Sarah! I have a question on the long shower curtains- love them! Is the curtain and liner both on the same IKEA track system? Are the curtain and the liner the same length? Thanks so much!! Love your work!

    1. Thanks so much, Alli! The liner and the IKEA curtains are indeed on the same track. It’s made for a front curtain and a back… so they’re on different slides. The liner is shorter than the exterior IKEA curtains. I ended up hemming them both to my desired length. I found the extra long liner on Amazon. xox

  62. Hi Sarah,

    I love this bathroom so much that I decided to replicate the shower!! May I ask what color and type of grout you used and recommend? I am having a hard time finding a color match similar to yours and have gotten different feedback regarding sanded vs unsanded vs epoxy grout. Do you have any recommendations pertaining to marble for both shower walls and bathroom floors? Thank you for the amazing inspiration! I love following your reno updates. Everything has been so helpful since I embarked on home reno projects a month ago.
    – Lindsay

  63. Erica Armstrong says:

    Great Bathroom! We are currently renovating a small full guest bath that is similar in size and layout. I would love your advice on choosing differing grout colors. We have cattara gold 2×4 marble subway tile in shower and lantern mosaic on floor. Can you do light grout in shower and darker on floor to pick up latern shape of tile ? Btw love your kithchen tile!

  64. Tracie Jones says:

    Hi Sarah, what color grout did you choose for the walls with the Carrara marble? It’s beautiful!

  65. Amanda Brooke Tramont says:

    Your bathroom gives me hope that black in a small space will work! How tall are your ceilings?

    Ours is 8″ and I’m hoping a black ceiling would still work! The walls will be a whiteish paint color and the vanity and corresponding cabinet above the toilet will also be white.

    And how long are your shower curtains?

  66. This is SO gorgeous!! My partner and I just bought our first home and wanted to re-do the bathroom on the main level…I had some ideas but after seeing this, we are going to full on copycat your design. It’s amazing! I’ve already told so many people about your blog; I feel very lucky to have stumbled across it :)
    Do you happen to have a tutorial for the mounted shower curtain? I perused but couldn’t find anything. Thank you!

    1. Thank you, Grace! I love hearing that :) I appreciate you spreading the word about my blog, as well. I’m so thankful for all the small business love over here. I don’t have a tutorial for the curtain ceiling track, but I believe it’s saved in my IG highlights from wayyyyy back in the day. We used the same method in our basement: … you can find the fabric portion of the shower curtain DIY here: I hope that’s helpful! xo

      1. Grace Billiter says:

        Amazing!!! This was super helpful. I really appreciate your response :) thank you!!

  67. Mercedes C. says:

    Hello & absolutely beautiful job. You and Emmett should be so proud! How is the space holding up years later? Is the shower trim from Brizo as well? The Amazon links are unavailable. Thank you v much!

    1. Thank you so much, Mercedes! We actually no longer live in this home anymore. We moved about four years ago. The shower trim was also from Brizo! I hope that helps.