There were so many changes to the primary bathroom design through the building process. I’m so excited to show how my design came to life! I’m a very visual person, so I created mood boards to make sure all the elements flowed together. I went back and forth on using marble tile, brass vs. polished nickel finishes, and the ultimate struggle of finding a local company to make 10′ arched glass shower doors- they’re huge!
Here is the final mood board I came up with:
I was dying to use porcelain countertops in my home somewhere because of the durability and marble-look. The quote I got for my kitchen was too expensive so I used it on my vanity countertops. It has a matte finish and soft brown tones. I love it! The exact name is: Calacatta Oro Honed Porcelain.
The Vanity and Hardware
The vanity was made by a local company (Vittitow). It is a 60″ white oak vanity with one of their custom stains. I added in the reeded detail on the drawers last minute and I’m so happy I did! You can find the exact knobs I used here! I used these beautiful wall mounted faucets in a polished nickel finish.
I made the decision to not do marble tile on the main bathroom floor, just the shower floor. The bathroom floor tile was laid in a diamond pattern and I used the same tile on the shower walls in a straight pattern. I used this mosaic marble tile on the shower floor and around the arch.
Mirrors and Sconces
The Arched Shower Doors
These doors were the most difficult part of the bathroom design. I called every local glass company and could only find one able to manufacture these- South End Glass and Mirror. They turned out beautiful!
You can find more photos of my home build on my Instagram page @caitlinstantonhome!