Bathroom Details

Bathroom Details This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I recently shared the final reveal of our bathroom remodel, but today I’m sharing all the details on some of the product I used in the space (like the gorgeous navy vanity, the champagne bronze faucet and the simple mirror with gold sconces).

I bought everything I mentioned online at The Home Depot, and love that it was sent fast (and right to my front door)!  I share details for everything on The Home Depot’s blog (including product links). Go HERE to find out more!

Watch this video: I detail everything I found at The Home Depot:

Follow along on my 6-week DIY bathroom remodel journey:

This was the first home remodel I attempted solo (although I did bring in help for a few things I couldn’t manage on my own).  I completely about 90% of it on my own, and it’s still standing!  I’ll count that as a win.

Go create something!

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Bathroom Remodel

After years of planning and scheming, the master bathroom remodel is (finally) complete! Bathroom Remodel with Moen I partnered with Moen on this remodel, and their faucets are definitely the centerpiece of the room. Although I love updated brass, I decided to stay safe and go with either brushed nickel or an oil-rubbed bronze finish.  I turned to you all for advice, and brushed nickel was the winner! I wanted faucets that were sophisticated and timeless, and the Weymouth Brushed Nickel Two-Handle High Arc Bathroom Faucet was love at first sight for me. The faucet’s Victorian details include porcelain inlays with the antiqued decorative script and a refined shepherd’s spout and just scream luxury. When I dreamed up our bathroom remodel design board, the first thing I searched for was a tub filler. The Weymouth Brushed Nickel Two-Handel Tub Filler is what dreams are made of.  It is absolutely stunning. The faucet includes a removable hand shower. Keeping with the sophisticated timeless look, we also used the Weymouth Brushed Nickel Posi-Temp in the shower. The lever on the showerhead makes it easy to adjust the water, and it is equipped with the PosiTemp® pressure-balancing control valve to help maintain water temperature in the shower. The showerhead is generously sized (9″ diameter) and has three times more spray power than most rainshowers for a more thorough rinse. Moen also makes gorgeous accessories including towel holders and toilet paper holders.  I found the Weymouth Brushed Nickel Posi-Tempat Home Depot, and have never loved a toilet paper holder more!  It pivots to change out the paper, so I will no longer have flying springs escaping my hold. My goal for this bathroom remodel was timeless sophistication, and I think Moen helped me achieve that goal with their gorgeous pieces. A special thanks to Moen for partnering with me on my dream bathroom! Go create something!
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Bathroom Remodel

Our master bathroom is DONE, and I’m excited to share our bathroom remodel reveal. This renovation was supposed to happen three years ago when we first purchased our home.  There was a major leak under the shower, and we meant to have it fixed right away… bathroom-remodel-before-sincerely-sara-d-1-2 …but life (roof repairs, pool heater, water heat, air conditioner, furnace, and lots of other 20-year-old home problems) kept happening. Over the past three years, I have shared several design board ideas for this bathroom remodel as I dreamed and schemed.  You can see the details of the design board that inspired this remodel here. bathroom-remodel-before-sincerely-sara-d-1-4 This past fall several things fell into place, and we were able to go for it.  We hired a contractor and the day after Thanksgiving we demolished the bathroom (you can read more about the demo process here). bathroom-remodel-before-sincerely-sara-d-1-5 I share the bigger bathroom sources in separate posts (go here to learn all the details about the tile and here for all the faucet details).  The majority of the supplies were bought online and shipped straight to my front door (which was so convenient). bathroom-remodel-before-sincerely-sara-d-1-6 Since this bathroom was sitting on such a large problem, I knew this was far beyond my scope of DIY.  Honestly, it was nice to hand it over to an expert. bathroom-remodel-before-sincerely-sara-d-1-7 I still did a lot of the grunt work and painted all the walls, ceilings, and trim. bathroom-remodel-before-sincerely-sara-d-1 The freestanding tub is from Signature Hardware.  I looked everywhere for the perfect shape, and I found it with this tub. The vanities are from Bellacor.  I was nervous about buying the vanities online, but they are absolutely perfect.  The color is gorgeous, and they are quality pieces.  My only complaint is that one arrived with a discolored spot, but I should be receiving paint (from the manufacturer) to fix the problem sometime soon. One of the hardest pieces for me to find was the perfect light fixture.  I wanted this light fixture from Bellacor. The sconces are from Home Depot.  I used the Fontane Brushed Nickel Wall Fixture and replaced the shade that came with it with the Clear Glass Open Teardrop Shade. The outlets and light switches are RENU by Leviton. The majority of the decor and accessories are from HomeGoods. I can not tell you all how thrilled we are to have a bathroom that functions and looks beautiful.  I may never leave my tub (and you can find all the details of the tub filler here)… We are so thankful to have a beautiful and functioning bathroom! Want to see all the details on the floor and shower tile?  Go here to find the sources! Go create something!
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