Ashley says it all started with a leaky shower, which led to the discovery that there was mold (and lots of it).
She calls it one of those If You Give a Mouse a Cookie situations, where one thing leads to another, and before you know it, the master bath you had no intentions of remodeling is getting a total overhaul.
But there was a silver lining in that moldy cloud, because here’s how it looks now…
Master Bath Makeover
Ashley and Jamin are the creative couple behind the blog The Handmade Home, which is one of my daily reads.
I love how they injected lots of color and personality into their new bathroom.
(You can see how they created the artwork for the room here.)
The shower and tub side of the room was fine, if kind of boring before.
But it’s bland no more:
How the room looked after being ripped apart:
Ashley says, “I totally took my bathroom for granted before this happened!”
Anyone who’s had work done on theirs can relate to that.
At least she was rewarded for their trouble with this pretty new space now that it’s over.
Thanks to Ashley and Jamin for sharing their makeover with us. I love it!
Visit their blog The Handmade Home for more information!
Alie B says
It’s a shame that these homeowners were forced to do a complete bathroom gut, before it was due, but what a transformation! It seems that the original bathroom wasn’t really their style anyhow. Love everything about the new bathroom….especially the clawfoot tub. Green with envy!
We are looking at a whole bathroom re-do due to the same issue. I hope ours will look as lovely when we are done.
It definitely has a lot more personality now. While I’m not really a fan of the wall color, I think the tub/shower side is very nice.
What a transformation! It always amazes me how people can take such ordinary, bland spaces and transform then into something so special and unique. I love seeing finished results like this. The tub is probably my favorite new feature, but I also love the blue and the tile work.
I love that they haven’t put a little rug in front of the sink because they’re enjoying their tile too much 🙂
I love this bathroom. Nothing is what I would choose but some people just have a knack for making things look good. Well done to Ashley and Jamin.
Wow! Quite the transformation on a bathroom that I probably would have been happy with before! But the finished product is absolutely beautiful! While not a huge fan of the sink area, the shower and tub are breathtaking. I’ve been an owner of a clawfoot tub and it’s awesome! I also love the painting of the drops!