Our Traditional Main Bathroom Remodel is a long time coming! We are transforming our outdated bathroom into a beautifully classic black and white bathroom retreat!
I am so excited to be partnering with Jeffrey Court Tile to compete in their six week renovation challenge! It is going to be a super fun challenge, with judging and voting, so I hope to have all of your support and votes! I am competing against a group of super talented bloggers to see who’s renovation, featuring Jeffrey Court tile, reigns supreme! It is going to be a whirlwind of a six weeks and I am so excited to share what we have been working on!
Our traditional main bathroom remodel may be the most exciting remodel that we have done in our 100 year old home! The outdated blue and white tile has seen better days and the clawfoot tub is starting to chip. We are SO excited to get started on this project!
See some of my favorite remodel projects!
See our basement playroom remodel here
Our basement bathroom aka the world’s ugliest bathroom ever remodel here
Here are the before photos from right after we moved in!
So here is what we have. An antique dresser turned vanity. I know these are very trendy right now, but ours is not in the best condition. The wood doesn’t seem to be properly sealed on top, and we have chipped wood and some mold around the sink. The worst part about this vanity though is the mirror. This mirror drives.me.crazy. It is too close to the sink and despite cleaning it nearly every single day, it is always splashed with toothpaste or watermarks.
The two sconces flanking the vanity are beauties too right? When we moved in, they were one of the first things I painted because they were shiny bright brass. The oil rubbed bronze finish makes them a little more bearable, but honestly, they need to go back to the 1950’s where they belong.
|You can really see the wear on this vanity here|
The toilet is brand new. We had an awful toilet when we moved in and it was one of the first things Ryan replaced. If you are in the market for a new toilet, this one is awesome. The toilet seat doesn’t slam when you close it and the flush is very quiet! Whoever thought I’d be analyzing toilets…oh well.
The clawfoot tub is a major source of debate. I know they are so beautiful and such a classic bathroom feature, but it is time for it to go! Cue the major GASP across blog world right now! Getting rid of a clawfoot tub is a major sin but I am ready to get this bad boy out of here! The plumbing would need to be completely replaced and the entire thing would need to be refinished because of lead paint. The cons far outweigh the pluses, so it is time to get rid of it.
We are so excited for our traditional main bathroom remodel and cannot wait to get started! Make sure to follow along on Instastories to see progress as it happens!