Living about 1 year ago by Liz Adams

Our Primary Bathroom Renovation

I am so excited to share our primary bathroom renovation that we completed at the end of last year! This project was actually a much larger project than just our primary bath. We took the footprint of our primary bedroom and bathroom and transformed it into a complete guest suite, smaller primary bedroom and a full primary bathroom and closet reno. It took about 5 months in total to completely finish but we are so so so happy with how everything turned out! Aside from a couple more design elements to be complete (window treatments in the bath will most likely happen down the road), we are done!

I have to give a shoutout to our contractor – Bridgeport Homes, and our designers, Lennon & Flohr who took the inspiration I put together and ran with it. Their vision really helped us create this beautiful space! There were two musts for this bathroom and that was white oak vanities and this light fixture above the tub. Those were the only two things I knew I really wanted and the rest just came together thanks to our designers. The woodwork in this space in unbelievably beautiful and I’m just so in awe of every detail, especially paired with the marble ledge detailing which really just makes this space special. I tried to break down everything below but if you have any specific questions, feel free to leave them in the comments!

The details of our Primary Bathroom Renovation

Custom white oak vanities and white oak caned linen cabinet – Eric Brooks Custom Woodwork

Tile on bathroom floors and shower – ordered through Buckhannon Tile + Design

Main Floor:
• 6×12 Bianco Bella Honed
• Pattern Brick Lay
• Grout: Mapei Alabaster
Main Floor Inlay:
• Frame with 3×9 Bianco Bella Honed
• Inside Frame Metro Hex Mosaic
• Grout: Mapei Alabaster
Shower Floor:
• Frame with 3×9 Bianco Bella Honed
• Inside Frame 2” Hexagon Bianco Bella Honed
• Grout: Mapei Alabaster
Shower Walls:
• 6×12 Bianco Bella Honed
• Pattern Brick Lay
• Grout: Mapei Alabaster

Paint Color on trim and walls – Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace (our entire home is this color!)

Marble on vanities is Bianco Avion with a custom marble ledge.

Vanity hardware is Restoration Hardware Grafton Knobs in Unlacquered Brass.

Plumbing fixtures are Rohl, ordered through Ferguson.

Lighting outside of shower is Aerin Agnes Flush Mount.

Sconces on mirrors are Cape Scone in Brass from Brooke & Lou. Chandelier over bathtub is the Flora Pendant c/o Brooke & Lou.

My favorite hand soap from Brooke & Lou.

Lidded Woven Cane Boxes on vanity c/o Brooke & Lou.

Marble jewelry dish.

Small rattan picture frame.

Bathtub stool is from Celadon Home.

I don’t have the exact details for the bathtub but it appears to be something close to if not exactly this tub.

Art from Charleston Artist Collective.

A few other little random details! We were going to shiplap the entire bathroom but it just became way too expensive so we decided to keep it only around the windows surrounding the bathtub. We then trimmed out the mirrors surrounding the vanity and painted them the same color as the walls. For the marble ledge detail, apparently there aren’t many marble places that are able to do details like this (per our designers!) so if you’re looking for something like this you’ll have to find a place that can accommodate! Also these photos just remind me that none of this would be possible without our contractors and their team. It takes a village!

I am so so happy with how this space turned out and am amazed at the possibilities that come from moving a few walls and reworking a space. Let me know if you have any questions!!