Drumroll, please… Here is the source list for our upcoming main bath remodel! (Scroll through the “before” tour here!) It feels amazing to see things come together after planning this renovation since August. Trust me when I say it’s been a lot of work to get this far. I didn’t think that I’d ever grow tired of shopping, but I think I’d ready to tuck my credit card away for a long while after this! I still need to buy an exhaust fan and a shower curtain rod, but those will be a cinch!
Paint: Sherwin-Williams – Riverway
Wall Tile: 4″ x 12″ Subway Tile in White (tiling to the ceiling in the shower; midway up the wall throughout)
Mirror: Rejuvenation Yaquina Pivot Mirror
Sconce: Schoolhouse Electric Irvine
Sconce Shade: Schoolhouse Electric Straight Bell Shade
Vanity: Tile & Top 30″ Uptown Vanity
Shower Curtain: Target
Ceiling Light: Norwell Lighting (currently in the bathroom; might replace eventually)
Faucet: Delta Cassidy
Towel Bars: Moen Kingsley 18″ & Moen Kingsley Double Towel Bar
Toilet: Kohler Corbelle
Toilet Paper Holder: Moen Kingsley
Cabinet Knobs: House of Antique Hardware
Cabinet Hinges: House of Antique Hardware
Shower & Tub Kit: Delta Cassidy
Bathtub: Kohler Bellwether
Floor Tile: Marble Hexagon
The vanity was such a headache to figure out. I didn’t love much of what I saw online and I really didn’t want a composite material. So, we went to Marling Lumber, a local company that specializes in custom and semi-custom cabinetry. It was like pulling teeth to get information on our options from their sales person and after many trips to the showroom and many emails, we finally got a quote for a base with a solid surface top and one with a quartz remnant top. Those prices were $1,800 and $1,400 respectively, plus another $100 for an undermount sink. I’m fine spending more for the right piece, but those prices fest astronomical for what we were getting. It was back to the drawing board and the search functions at dozens of sites. We eventually found this one at Home Depot that ticked our boxes: solid wood for the majority of the piece (unfortunately we noticed that part of it is made from composite after reading reviews, but most of it is solid wood), storage, a real stone counter, and rectangular undermount sink.
It arrived a couple of weeks later on a pallet. We thought we’d be able to get it in the house with the help of Forearm Forklifts and were sorely mistaken. As luck would have it, one of our neighbors was outside and asked if we needed help. An emphatic yes from me! So, he and Dave hoisted the 125-pound package inside where it’s going to sit until the main bathroom work begins in March.
And here’s where I started last summer. I knew I wanted to keep the paint we already have in the room. I ordered those sconces when the project was just a glimmer in our eye, and I knew early on that I wanted marble hexagon tile on the floor and a longer-than-traditional subway tile. It’s so fun to see it come together and I’m beyond eager for the install!
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