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I have been hinting at my master bathroom refresh and have even shared one wall that I gave a paint makever to in the space. But now it is time to share the vanity area! I partnered with Peerless to makeover the space and using their Precept Lavatory Faucets in Matte Black. The Matte Black finish on the faucets I chose were the inspiration for all the other design elements in the space. But before I get too ahead of myself. First, let me share a little before and after of the space.
Moody Art Deco Master Bathroom Vanity – Before
And for a huge throw back, a before to what the space looked like when we moved in (these are the listing photos).
As you can see, this space has come a long way! First a dark red, then gray and cobalt blue, and now light blush pink and dark teal. But such a stunning change don’t you agree?
Moody Art Deco Master Bathroom Vanity – After
Let’s talk about the space a little more shall we? So as I mentioned, I opted for a matte black faucet for the space. Yes, I would have loved gold, but the Precept Lavatory Faucets in Matte Black by Peerless looks stunning and so classic and modern in the space. Once I had the faucets picked out, it was time to figure out the mirrors, lighting, hardware, backsplash, and countertops.
I ended up going for a combination of matte black and brushed gold for the other fixtures and hardware. The mirror, towel hooks, and light fixtures were all matte black and the cabinet harware and accents on the light fixtures were brushed brass.
For the counter tops we went with a marble looking quartz and was able to get a reminant installed in about a week!
Once the counter tops were in, I repainted the cabinets and added brushed brass hardware. Then my husband and I installed the new faucets.
Bathroom Faucet Installation
Now it was time for the backsplash and accessories! We rewired the lighting from one center light to two lights over each mirror. Then we installed the lighting and new backer board over the damaged drywall. We used the backer board to install the vanity backsplash so that it can easily be removed in the future if we decide to do something different.
Once the lighting and backsplash was up, I painted the backsplash trim a light blush pink, hung the mirrors, added in the towel bars and brought in all the accessories.
Now all that is left is the other side of the room with the shower and tub. Eventually our plan is to expand the shower and put a free standing soaking tub against the far wall. At that time we will also replace the builder grade floor tile with a black and whtie hex tile. But for now, this moody art deco master bathroom vanity and bathroom refresh has me feeling like I am at some fancy hotel everytime I wash my hands!
By the way, I will be putting together a DIY post for the DIY half round moldning backsplash soon along with all the hardware and accessory shopping links! So stay tuned….