One Room Challenge :: Week 5

My master bathroom and walk-in closet renovation for the One Room Challenge got very stressful last week. Nothing about the shower door installation was easy. First, I was told on the day of the scheduled install that they got one of the panel measurements wrong and that the hole for the handle was done in error – so they weren’t able to install that day. A week went by and I was told the new glass was on its way. When the replacement glass arrived last Friday, one of the panels was the wrong thickness and the hardware wasn’t in the right finish. At this point in time with the challenge, I couldn’t wait another week for the right materials. I made the decision to have the guys go ahead and install for the photo shoot, but that it would have to be corrected. Here is an image of the flooring before the shower door was installed. I’m loving the transition from the bigger octagon mosaic floor to the smaller marble hex tile shower floor.

marble hex tile // master bathroom // @simplifiedbee #oneroomchallenge

Last week wasn’t all that bad though because lots of the fun details were installed. One of my favorite was a pair of Roman shades by The Shade Store in Ink Stripe organic cotton canvas by Caroline Cecil Textiles. They are stunning! The canvas has a really nice weight to it that works well for window treatments. The image below captures one of the shades that was hung in the water closet. I love the play on pattern here.

master bathroom // one room challenge // @simplifiedbee

The round mirror with leather strap was sourced through Joss & Main (another fabulous ORC sponsor with fabulous prices!). I selected a smaller scale round mirror as an accent to break up all of the horizontal and vertical lines in the space. I love that it reflects more natural light into the bathroom.

Adorne by Legrand // pop-out outlet // @simplifiedbee

Also a highlight was the install of some very stylish light switches and outlets by adorn legrand. This pop-out outlet was a favorite included in my product review last week. It’s a small detail, but design is all about the the details?

I also wanted to share some of the other smaller details for this space. Here’s a few of the beautiful bathroom accessories I selected:
master bathroom accessories // @simplifiedbee #oneroomchallenge

product links:

1 arteriors bronze tabletop mirror // 2 mongolian cross leg stool // 3 floe soap dispenser & toothbrush holder in smoke

4 keaton wall mirror // 5 rolling laundry bin // 6 black edge boudoir tray

faux lamb fur lucite stool // @allmodern // @simplifiedbee #oneroomchallenge

Here’s a peek at the make-up vanity with new lucite & chrome pulls from LuxHoldups and the faux lamb cross stool from AllModern.com (a favorite source for modern furnishings and an ORC sponsor). I LOVE this stool and so do my daughters!

walk-in closet // the accessories // @simplifiedbee #oneroomchallenge

product links:

1 waterworks rattan laundry basket // 2 marble box with wood lid // 3 modern brass pull // 4 tribal kilim runner // 6 natural & white woven bins

rope mirror detail // walk-in closet // @simplifiedbee

For my husband’s walk-in closet, I selected a nautical rope mirror from Bassett Mirror Company (one of our fab ORC sponsors) for several reasons; one, I thought it had a masculine quality that he would like (and he does!), two, because it would add more light in the space, and three, it compliments the Cole & Sons Wave wallpaper.

walk-in closet accessories // marble box // @simplifiedbee

Also for the walk-in closet, I selected a beautiful marble box with a wood lid from Bellacor (a returning ORC sponsor that offers over 500,000 home decor products). It delivers both organization and style – which of course I love! The box is just the right size for my hubby to place his wallet, phone and keys in. The marble and wood combination is so chic too!

Next week is the final reveal! I can’t wait to share with you our new bathroom and walk-in closet. I’m over-the-moon with how it’s pulling all together! Meanwhile, be sure to follow along on Instagram where I’m sharing more images! Just in case you are just joining this series, here are links to the first four weeks of the One Room Challenge:

One Room Challenge :: Kick-off  //  One Room Challenge :: Week 2  //  One Room Challenge :: Week 3 // One Room Challenge :: Week 4

Be sure to also check out the progress of the other 19 ORC participants! I’m blown away by the talent…

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10 Responses to One Room Challenge :: Week 5

  1. Barbara May 10, 2016 at 4:21 pm #

    That wall paper is seriously one of my favorites!! I can’t wait to see all the details in place for the final reveal!!

  2. megan May 4, 2016 at 4:21 pm #

    can’t wait to see the big reveal! You always think of every detail, beautiful work!

  3. Jill Sorensen May 4, 2016 at 8:40 am #

    This looks stunning! Can’t wait to see!

    • Cristin May 4, 2016 at 12:26 pm #

      Thanks so much Jill!

  4. Anna Lynn Garrett May 4, 2016 at 7:49 am #

    The mosaic tile is gorgeous! I really love how you used such calm and peaceful tones in the space mixed in with fun patterns and textures. Such a dreamy bathroom!

    Cheers!
    xo Anna Lynn with Waiting On Martha

    • Cristin May 4, 2016 at 12:26 pm #

      It is my dream bathroom 🙂

      Thanks for the sweet comment!

      xo
      cristin

  5. erin@whalingcitycottage May 4, 2016 at 5:32 am #

    That hex floor tile is so yummy. Can’t wait for the reveal!

    • Cristin May 4, 2016 at 7:07 am #

      The mosaic tile floor is my fave!

      xo
      cristin

  6. Elise May 4, 2016 at 5:18 am #

    That stool! The wallpaper! That OUTLET!!
    Cannot wait to see the full reveal next week! EEE! xx

    • Cristin May 4, 2016 at 7:08 am #

      I know!!! I’m loving it all too.

      xo
      cristin