Thursday, June 20, 2013

Master Bathroom Reveal



























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20 comments:

  1. Love it! Clean and sophisticated, tailored, but with your homey touches!

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  2. How cute, looks lovely!!

    I like how is so roomy, formal, but still kind of funky with the personalization

    very lovely

    great job.

    ps; does the door slide or is just decor

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    1. The barn style door is the bathroom door so yes, it slides:)

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  3. One question (and only one)....can I move in?
    FANTASTIC!!!!! LOVE IT!!! SHOULD BE IN A MAGAZINE!!!!!

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  4. Looks great!!! You did a wonderful job.

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  5. DAMN! That's awesome! I was JUST talking about this to my boyfriend, about how horizontal wood would look GREAT in our bathroom, and now here it is. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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  6. Love, love it guys! Great job. You guys really are amazing!

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  7. Holy cow it's BEAUTIFUL. I especially love the classic white, black, grey colour scheme. Well done.

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  8. It's neither too rustic or too pristine; It's the perfect balance! I love how special your spaces become. They're honest and beautiful.

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  9. I could move right in and not change a thing. I love your style. Your Master bedroom & bathroom is such a beautiful space. I really love how your home is made up of collected and unique pieces. It makes your house feel so warm and cozy. I love all the great deals you find at great prices. Well done on another room reveal. I just love it!

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  10. What a classic stunner! So many beautiful elements, I'm having a hard time picking a favorite! Love the finishes, the black accents, the roman shade, all of it!

    Thanks so much for linking up to my project party - I will be featuring your master bath! :-)

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  11. Wow! What a great bathroom! It's huge! You did a fantastic job with it. Thanks for the tips re: shower curtain. Yours looks great!

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  12. We are getting ready to plank or room and bathroom (love plank) Everyone seems to do it a little differently. Did you use T&G or just regular 1x's. Also did you prepaint before installing?

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    1. We used tongue & groove pine boards from Lowe's. And we sealed the knots with a sealer first (otherwise they'll bleed through, even with the primer) then Kilz over everything, then the paint. We did everything after it was on the wall (using a brush for the grooves). It's a little time consuming, but we love the end result! Thanks for asking and good luck with your planking project!

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    2. Mitch corrected me--we used a shellac on the knots and BIN oil based primer over everything then the semi-gloss paint. :)

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