When my husband removed the ceiling fan to paint the family room, it was the perfect opportunity for me to give our dated ceiling fan a makeover.
Even though it seems like it’s been an eternity, we’ve finally completed our Master Bathroom Remodel. If you’ve followed me for a while you may know this has been a long running project.
I can finally say we’re “officially” done with the master bathroom remodel… Yuppie!!!
When we decided to remodel our master bathroom I knew from the beginning I wanted a new open vanity with vessel sinks and beautiful wall mounted faucets.
If you’ve followed me for a while you probably know that my husband and I had decided to renovate our master bathroom after finding a leak behind one of the shower tiles.
As you know my husband and I are working on our bathroom remodel ourselves. We’re doing most of the work with the exception of putting the tile on the wall and installing a shower enclosure, those were out of our comfort zone.
If you’re new to my blog, you probably don’t know this, but I really love thrifting. I go to thrift stores or a flea market at least twice a month; you just never know what treasures are waiting for you.
When we bought our home we had no plans to remodel the master bathroom. While it wasn’t the prettiest it looked good and did everything we needed.
Ever since we bought our home in Texas, roughly 2 years ago, I’ve had tons of home improvement ideas and things I’ve wanted to change around the house to make it my own and give it my own style.