the master bathroom. yup, its white. i'm not sure what we originally had planned....it was light but i think more tan and cream. mr. daddy saw a cararra and white bathroom in a showroom and was sold. yay! i had no convincing to do :)
the cabinetry and trim is painted benjamin moore's ready mix white. the walls are sherwin williams quicksilver #6245.
we've lived in this house for 8 months now and so far no regrets on the white! it is very calming.
the tub is not jetted. i just like to soak. quietly.
the tub surround is marble but not carrara. its called white italian. the little squares on the backsplash of the tub are carrara. the floor tiles are carrara.
i keep my collection of medicine jars here on this shelf. usually i have some candle in a jar too :)
this little built in unit adds storage and display. you can see my jewelry bowls a little closer here.
a few elements we desired in a master bath when we were building were: his and her vanities, a soaking tub, a shower, a closet in the bathroom, a chandelier, and the toilet to be tucked behind a wall.... we had to rearrange the floor plan a bit but we were able to accomplish all of those things!
during construction (the painting stage):
his sink area.
see that light switch? it turns on a flood light at the front of the house. if we hear a car or whatever it allows us to turn on the lights in the front of the house without having to run downstairs.
building the vanities:
the shower. simple white, subway tiles on the walls. carrara 1 inch squares on the floor. a strip of five rows of carrara 3/4 of the way up that matches the tub backsplash.
a closer look at the carrara detail.
cabinet knobs are restoration hardware.
faucets are delta.
more jewelry organization :) these dandy little sets of hooks are from bed bath & beyond.
the toilet....tucked back just a bit.
the chandelier is actually pretty plastic. i really wanted an antique one but have not found one yet. this one is from home depot and unless you touch it, it looks great :)