Hey y’all! Today I’m SO excited to finally be sharing my master farmhouse bathroom. I’ve taken the time to write out every little detail of each area in this space: vanities, shower, tub and the overall bathroom finishes and decor. See below for my breakdown, decor shop and up-close images.
When I started to design this space I knew 3 things; I wanted  a fun cement tile floor,  a grid steel-looking shower door and  a farmhouse tub. As many of you know, the overall theme of my home is modern farmhouse. The master bathroom is a great representation of this design style mixing, farmhouse sinks, rustic wood vanities, country floors, shiplap walls with matte black fixtures, modern hardware and a chic marble shower. This room has become a little sanctuary for me!
I want to point out a few custom items in my bathroom that I get asked about all the time. My shower door and vanity…
Shower Door – As I mentioned above, I knew I wanted a grid design door the moment I saw similar options on Pinterest. I was aware it would be expensive but it was one of the items in our budget I was willing to splurge on. Before finding our custom fabricator in Idaho, Earth and Structure, I was looking into an out-of-the-box Gridscape version from Coastal Shower Doors. After pricing out both, I went with the custom option. It was a bit more expensive but I had the freedom to design whatever I wanted. She turned out gorg!
Vanity – The majority of the woodwork in our home is custom – kitchen, mudroom, Luke’s office, bathrooms and our front door. All of these items were made by a local woodworking company, Taylor Woodworks. They were an amazing team, helping me design the most beautiful pieces of furniture. When looking at pricing, I was surprised to find that many of the options I like from Restoration Hardware, were just as expensive as having custom pieces built. This is one of the reasons I decided to go this route, but I also appreciated being able to create items special to my home. We started the design process with a gray reclaimed wood sample I found. Other than the beams/columns in my house, this is probably the most rustic element. After deciding on the wood species, we designed the shape and selected the finishes: farmhouse apron sinks, sleek black pulls, marble top, black scones and iron mirrors. All were the perfect mix of modern farmhouse.
As always, leave a comment with any questions you have. Enjoy my farmhouse bathroom!
Tile Bathroom Floor – Bouquet II || Paint Color – Benjamin Moore“Simply White” || Ceiling Height – 9′ || Shiplap – 1×8 horizontal siding w/ a 3/32 gap