The master bath tile is just about complete. The tile hasn't been grouted yet and will be much lighter than what is looks like in the photo. The shower floor is tumbled marble. The vanity is hanging out in the master bedroom at the moment. The counter top will be honed carrara marble and will be installed in about 2 weeks. The tile is a dark gray and rectangle in size. I took the photo early this morning so the photo didn't turn out very good. Here's the wall color. Benjamin Moore's Quiet Moments. I can't wait to see how it will turn out!
If I have to make one more decision I am going to cry. At this point in the project, the decisions that we need to make are the ones that everyone will notice, our choices will determine the look and feel of our home. For example, we had to decide on the staircase parts. That's the first thing you see when walking into the house.
I ended up choosing something similar to this staircase but the newel (big post at the end) is simpler. This one here was too pricey. After going back and forth on the kitchen faucet, I finally decided to just get the one I want and be done with it. Here it is. It better wash the dishes for me for the amount it cost.
I've been testing out paint colors and finally decided on Benjamin Moore's Silver Lake on the left. The wall separating our living room and bedroom was where the vacuum is. Shows you how small our living space really was.
The space is going to be awesome when it's done. I just hope the smell that's down there now will dissipate.
Ahh. The master bathroom. I cannot wait to have two sinks and a large show. I know most people think two sinks is a waste but Brian and I get ready at the at the same time in the morning.
My husband and I are remodeling our house that we've lived in since July 2005. Once completed, we'll have gone from approx. 800 sq/ft to nearly 2,200 sq/ft of living space not including the finished basement.