January 14, 2014

Bathroom Inspiration

We have lived in our house 5 years this spring. Shortly after we moved in, we completely renovated the kitchen and family room with the help of my sister, Anne Hunter. We bought the house with two full bathroom but one of the baths was directly off the family room on the other side of our ranch from the bedrooms. It wasn't the most ideal place for a full bathroom so we converted it to a half bathroom in order to make room for a built in desk. You can see more of that renovation here.

We always had plans to convert the other full bathroom into a private master bathroom and add a full bathroom for the children. I think this spring, it is finally going to happen. We've started planning and hopefully you will follow along with us on this blog.

I have been cruising Pinterest for inspiration and here are some of my favorite pins.
Like the tile and vanity for the kid's bath

During the renovation, we will be getting rid of a linen closet to make room for the addition bathroom so I want to be sure to add something like this in the master bath. Image found here.
Love the wallpaper here.

This is such a good idea! 
Love the grey cabinets

Cute lights for the kid's bathroom.


Like the tile and counter selection
We are working with real money here so not sure how much of this inspiration I will be able to carry over but it is fun to dream! You can see more of my pins here.


  1. I love the image with the built-in armoire! Gorgeous!

  2. So excited for you! Can't wait to see what you do. Fun fun fun!

  3. Fun!! Can't wait to see what you do!! We are starting a master re do soon

  4. The second one has a lovely wallpaper, but I hope you picked the first one as that seems easier to maintain than the rest. But you've probably purchased some of the components and started this project by now. Is it finished by now? How did it turn out? Jared @ DesMoinesIowaContractor.com

  5. Your pins all look very lovely. And I agree about the wallpaper in the third picture; it looks very sophisticated, which is good for the guest room or even the master bath. Anyway, have you already picked what you want for the two bathroom you’re renovating?

    Tamas Orban @ Palm Beach County Contractor