I never thought I would be writing this, but our mudroom is complete. I repeat, the mudroom is complete. I gave David a strict deadline, and he got it done. Ok, two days later than the deadline, but baby steps right? It looks beautiful and I love it, but I do think it would have been worth a few thousand dollars to have hired it out so that it would have been done months ago. Oh well.
He basically built everything from scratch and it’s so nice knowing there is a place for muddy and wet shoes and coats now. I also feel confident that we will have a designated place for keys, especially for David’s since he is always losing his.
The cabinets were a great addition since we have so much random stuff in the garage that would go better in here. The sink will be great to rinse off after playing outside.
Now that the functional stuff is done, we get to decorate! The wall behind the sink needs something, as does the blank wall between the bench and the cabinets. I am thinking a mirror will make the room look bigger, but I have to play with different ideas.
Next up, the planning center! Yep, David had a deadline for that too, and it’s complete as well!
Ok, so as you probably know, our bathroom was the first room that we renovated. This began in September and they finished in November, however they didn’t complete their punch list until December. No words can describe my love for our new master bathroom. Even though it is a lot smaller than I anticipated, and we decided against the gold hardware and finishes, it still is absolutely gorgeous.
If you are wondering why it has taken so long for me to post this reveal, it’s because David finished painting it last night. I talked about this before, but we were 100% set on using Sherwin Williams Repose Gray. We used it at Compass Pointe, and just assumed we would love it as much in this house. Before even sampling it in the bathroom, we told our contractor that was the color we wanted. So they painted the entire bathroom Repose Gray, and it ended up looking really beige. We tried to live with it for a few months and realized that we really needed to change the color. We decided to go with Gray Tint by Benjamin Moore. This is also the color we used throughout the entire house. The new paint makes such a difference, it’s crazy!
As much as I am loving the new paint, the floors are my favorite part of the bathroom. We went with zebra marble and they are definitely a statement floor. We went simple and clean with the mirrors, the light fixtures, and the faucets and shower head. I am really happy with the overall look and probably wouldn’t change a thing if I had to do it over again!
It’s been so nice walking and showering in a clean and pretty much brand new bathroom. I shockingly even have used the tub, so David is really happy about that because he didn’t want to put one in.