Home Remodel/ Living/ Home Decor / 02 Mar, 2018
A Closer Look At Our Master Bathroom Makeover
Last week I shared our master bathroom makeover including the before and after photos (find that here) and this week I wanted to follow it up with a full source list of every product featured. I partnered with DXV Luxury for the majority of the standout pieces (like our tub and fixtures), but there are so many little decor pieces that really helped bring the room to life. Keep scrolling for all the details…
This tub faucet is a piece of art. I cannot get over how beautiful it is. It’s from DXV’s Golden Era collection – which most of the pieces in the bathroom are from. It’s classic yet modern and the chrome finish just sparkles. I had this venetian mirror lying around our house for a while. I had purchased it for another bathroom in our house to be used as the vanity mirror, but it was too tall for the space so I kept it around hoping I’d find a place for it. Once we picked out our tub, I knew it would be the perfect fit on the wall above it. Phil was not initially a fan of the mirror – he thought it was too feminine, but once we hung it, he actually loved it. This chandelier really finishes off the space around the tub and it’s actually pretty affordable too.
We had the hardest time deciding on what kind of countertop to go with. We replaced the countertop in our guest bathroom with marble and quickly realized how high maintenance it was. We both don’t mind the lived in look, but it was pretty disappointing to see scratches and water spots so quickly on it. I really love the look of marble and we couldn’t find anything comparable so we decided to go with it again anyway. We picked out a slab that we liked and were planning to have it installed until there was miscommunication between our contractor and the installer and we ended up getting a lower quality slab – not the one we picked out and paid for. He ended up fixing the issue, but we took it as a sign that maybe that countertop wasn’t for us. We decided to explore other options right around the same time Cambria released it’s new marble collection. Every design was breathtaking! We had always loved Cambria products – they’re nonporous, nonabsorbent and harder than granite so they’re really maintenance free – perfect for a bathroom! We went with the Highgate design which has warmer tones that matched our marble floor perfectly.
We enlarged the shower and went with all glass to make the room feel bigger since we didn’t actually add any square footage. It makes such a difference to see through to the back wall. We went with a frameless enclosure to really maximize sight lines and create more openness.
Every piece from DXV is carefully crafted even down to the toilet. We went with this classic one.
This freestanding bathtub really makes the room. I love the clean lines and Phil insisted on a tub big enough to stretch out in (he’s 6’0″). It really makes this bathroom feel like a spa and a place we actually want to hang out in. It’s so spacious!
One of the biggest transformations in our bathroom was replacing the builder grade vanity with a custom one. We went back and forth on whether or not to just buy one or have one built – which was obviously a much more expensive option. I was in love with a mirrored vanity from Restoration Hardware, but it didn’t fit the space quite right and we would have lost our linen storage. I found a picture of one on Zillow of all places and I took it to a cabinet maker that I found on Houzz and we’re so happy we did. He took my inspo picture and brought it to life. The color we chose was Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal.
I had found a picture online of the marble inlay around the shower head and valves and I was instantly in love. It creates a great statement wall that showcases the DXV hardware so beautifully. It’s one of my favorite parts about the shower.
Cambria Quartz Countertop (in ‘Highgate’)
DXV Bathtub c/o
DXV Bathtub Faucet c/o
DXV Toilet c/o
DXV Sink Faucets c/o
DXV Shower Set c/o
DXV Rain Shower Head c/o
DXV Shower Valve Trim Kit c/o
Teardrop Chandelier (around $200)
NDI Faux White Roses c/o
Custom Vanity (paint color is ‘BM Kendall Charcoal‘)
Home Goods Vanity Mirrors (similar here)
Kassatex Soap Dispensers
Pottery Barn Vanity Lights
Pottery Barn Faux Fur Stool
Wisteria Venetian Mirror (above tub)
Restoration Hardware Monogrammed Towels
Restoration Hardware Roman Shades (custom)
Restoration Hardware Vanity Knobs
Restoration Hardware Bath Canister
Restoration Hardware Towel Holder
Restoration Hardware Tissue Holder
The Builder Depot Marble Floor Tile
The Builder Depot Marble Subway Tile (in shower)
The Builder Depot Marble Mosaic Tile (in shower)
Venus Et Fleur Roses (on floor) c/o
This post is sponsored by DXV, who has provided me with DXV product. All reviews and opinions are my own.