It’s week three and we are half-way through the One Room Challenge™. Things are progressing very nicely in our main bath renovation/refresh project. Although we hit a tiny snag with the minor bathtub damage, that was quickly fixed and we continue to move ahead – just as I have planned out in my Renovation Calendar. This week, I won’t be sharing a ton of updated images as it was a boring week – drywall. There really isn’t any pretty getting installed yet! What I do wish to share are all of the bathroom fixtures that I have chosen for this space.
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As you may know, the design for this main bathroom falls on the ‘masculine’ side. Although a Champagne Bronze finish would look fantastic with some of the choices I have made for this bathroom, it really doesn’t say ‘masculine’ does it? I knew immediately, I was going to go with matte black!
The bathroom fixtures are my supporting fixtures for this entire space. I knew that doing a ‘standard’ faucet (coming out of the counters) was something I did not wish to do. I really wanted the sink faucet to come out of the wall. When I contacted my plumbing rep (Laura at The Ensuite), I told her that I wished to have the faucet come out of the wall and for it to be matte black. I let her know that I was designing a more masculine feel for this bathroom. Laura showed me the line from Delta Faucets and I instantly fell in love with the look.
In keeping with the same line from Delta, I knew I wanted to have a shower head that was a hand-held shower head. You know what it’s like cleaning a bath/shower and by having a hand-held shower head, it was the perfect choice for it to be functional in the space. I have to say, it’s not bad to look at either!
I knew that I needed 2 robe hooks for the towels. After debating back and forth about a tissue holder, I decided to order one and if I ended up not using it, it would not be the end of the world. I have a little surprise that involves the robe hooks. I am going to save that little surprise for the final reveal!
As you may see, the lines of all of the bathroom fixtures are strong and have a bit of a masculine feel to them. They are the perfect additions for this One Room Challenge™ and I can’t wait to see them installed!
Coming up for week four is super exciting! Here is what is on deck:
- My tile installer will start to install the tile for both the bath/shower walls and the floor. I’ll let you in on a little secret: I’ve changed the bath/shower wall tile. Wait until you see what I’ve chosen!
- The painter is going to come in and start painting the walls and ceiling. I did not scrape all that darn popcorn off not to have that fifth wall painted white!
Oooo…I get so excited when the pretty starts to get installed! I hope you continue to follow along with my journey!