Can we collectively say FINALLY the modern eclectic master bathroom remodel is complete! Y’all have been here from the beginning when we started the remodel in April to now completing it in December. Initially I wanted to have the remodel finished when my husband got home from deployment as a “Surprise! I did this all by myself!” Oh boy, little did I know how many issues and how much help I was going to need especially with a super active toddler running around.

I am so grateful to all of you that helped, supported, and cheered us on through this whole remodel. It wouldn’t have been possible without y’all!


If you want to go back and catch up on some of the previous updates on this master bathroom remodel – here are the links.

Week 1:: Week 2::

And you can view our jack + jill bathroom and half bathroom remodels here too:

Half Bathroom Makeover|| Modern Boho Bathroom Remodel

Modern Eclectic Bathroom Remodel

Alright, now before I show y’all the goods I have to take y’all down memory lane and show you the “green monster” again.


Are you ready for the reveal??



Can we all just sit here and admire this beauty? To say I am proud is an understatement. This was one of the most stressful remodels I have ever experienced, but the end result had me crying because I was so happy with what we brought to life.


Let’s chat about this tub for a second. This was the very first thing I had picked out for the remodel, yeah I know. Who pick out a tub before tile and paint colors..this girl right here! I saw the American Standard Cadet tub in a showroom and literally got in and sat in it as if I was in the comfort of my own home. My husband got in it after he and my father-in-law installed it and gave me a funny look like “this was obviously meant for your size” look. But what 6 foot man likes to take long luxurious bubble baths? (*que Gracie Hart from Miss Congeniality)

The artwork above the tub was a good find on Etsy and I was able to send the digital downloads over to Frame it Easy to print and frame for us! Can we talk about convenience? I mean I love shopping, but not when my toddler is throwing tantrums in the checkout line.

Do you see that built-in right there? If you follow me over on instagram you saw a TON of behind the scenes on this entire project. Including the start to finish on this linen closet I turned into a faux built-in. There was a resounding yes on sharing a tutorial on this so as requested, it’s coming soon!

I could talk for days about how many contractors told me I should do things a certain way because it’s “the standard” or it’s “not usually done that way.” Well I hate to break it to ya, but I’ve NEVER followed the rules of standard design or fashion. The fashion bit is probably why I’m not a fashion blogger.

Our bathroom had heated floors and we found out while we were demoing the tile. We had heated floors for 2 years and never used them, funny right?! It wasn’t even listed on the “home features” when we bought the home. So I’m pretty sure the previous owners that lived here for 12 years didn’t know either. YIKES!

So because there were heated floors our new tile was going to sit A LOT lower than before. The door frames ended up having a 1″ inch gap when the tile was finished. I ripped this door frame off because our tile contractor told me I would need to. Then I reinstalled it because I shouldn’t listen to other people.

Long story short, I cut off scrap pieces and used wood filler for free to make them longer and saved myself $75 each per door frame.

We swapped places with the old tub and shower and removed the entryway to my closet that was in the bathroom. The shower actually was in the corner where that plant is, it was roughly 2×3 ft and was basically the size of an RV shower.

I don’t have an issue with a small shower being 5’1″, but my husband on the other hand was not a fan of ducking under the shower door frame to get in. Just picture Buddy the elf taking a shower in Elf….HILARIOUS.

These vanities actually came with other vanity tops that were an ugly beige color. So we thought sourcing from a stone fabricator would be cheaper, but that was not the case. Most places in Nashville charged at the lowest $60 a square foot for countertops and we needed around 16 square feet. Without even counting tax we were looking at close to $1000 alone on countertops. That was a hard no from Mr. HOLL.

I sourced these Carrara marble countertops from Home Depot for less than $300 each and they included the sink bowl too! However, I had to run all over Nashville and surrounding cities to 6 Home Depots to find the slap I liked.

Remember folks, natural stone will look different because it’s not engineered and its all from different slabs. So if you’re looking at buying this, you MUST look at them in person!

Say hello to this black shiplap goodness. I always laugh when my husband gives design input, but I decided to go for this one. He sent me a photo while deployed and said “let’s do this in the toilet room.” Meaning, I should figure out how to do and make it beautiful haha.

The photo he sent me was very farmhouse looking and we don’t live in a farmhouse, so I wanted to add my own modern touch. We did Varathane Golden Oak on the shelves and painted the shiplap BEHR Black Noir. It was the perfect mix!

My husband even added the frost adhesive to the lower part of the window since I didn’t want to put blinds in here again. It’s a small space and getting as much natural light in here was the goal.

We opted for NO GLASS. I know, someone is going to tell me how it would look soooo much better with glass.

There were a few reasons why we opted for no glass:

  1. We were given the quote from one of the only glass fabricators in the area and said he was giving us a “deal” since we used his tile guy. It was a whopping $2,600!
  2. Neither of us ever squeegeed the glass on the tiny shower, so we didn’t think we would do it in a shower 10x that size.
  3. That “deal” the glass guy was giving us blew our budget out of the water.


This was my first time making a DIY picture ledge and I went big, like 8 ft big! I decided to hang one along the entire length of the wall the tub was going to be against.

For the tub filler we went with the DXV by American Standards Modules collection for a modern sleek matte black option to flow with the rest of the fixtures in the bathroom.

I hope y’all love this master bathroom as much as we do! I have to give a HUGE shoutout to my husband and Grade A Home Improvement for all of their hard work and making this vision come to life!

And none of this would have been possible without my amazing sponsors! So, THANK YOU!


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Happy remodeling friends!

65 thoughts on “Modern Eclectic Bathroom Remodel”

    1. Hi Candace,

      Great questions! There is very, very minimal sprinkles on one side of the shower. We just started using a microfiber bath mat and it seems to absorb an water sprinkles during a shower!

  1. Was the floor tile a mix color or was that one color?? I clicked on the link you provided and it gives one color. I just was wondering what colors you used if you mixed the tiles. Thanks so much.

    1. Hi Carla!

      The hexagon tiles have multiple shade variations. They are cement like tiles so the colors are different in each box. If you are looking for a solid grey hexagon tile we used one in our guest bathroom if you want to check out that one! Hope this helps 🙂

  2. Absolutely beautiful bathroom! Did you use the Cement or Ris color of the floor hex tile? It looks to be a lighter gray than the Cement color, but could just the the lighting.

    1. Hi Janice!

      We used the NORD CEMENT HEX PORCELAIN WALL AND FLOOR TILE – 8 IN. The tile itself has a lot of variation and the tiles are not the same colors. Some are lighter and some are darker. Since our whole bathroom is white the tile may appear lighter in the photos than it would in a darker bathroom.

  3. What brand is your vanity and where did you find it? I love it and I’ve been killing myself trying to find one that I like for our remodel

    1. Hi Sarah!

      I can’t remember the brand off the top of my head, but it’s from Home Depot. It’s linked at the bottom of this post under Get the Look 🙂 Good luck with the remodel!!

  4. Hi Kourtni! Love this bathroom – great work! Can you please share where the mirror is from? Thanks, Erica

    1. Hi Erica!

      Thank you so much!! The mirror is linked under “Get the Look” at the bottom of this post. It’s called vanity mirror – 30×30. 🙂

  5. Hi Kourtni!

    Love love love your bathroom!! I am looking for a sink faucet just like yours, but when I click on the link you posted it takes me to a very different faucet than the one you have in your bathroom.
    Would you mind re sending me the link?

    Thanks! Have a great day!

    1. Hi Ashley,

      You are so incredibly sweet! Thank you so much girl. I linked the one from my oder history and it looks like the amazon seller changed the item description and image. My apologies about that! I found another faucet that looks very similar to the one I purchased, here’s the link: 🙂

    1. Hi Marilee!

      The amazon seller changed the item description and image, I linked the one from my order history. My apologies about that! I found another faucet that looks similar but no reviews or customer photos, but the price is about the same.

      Hope this helps!

  6. Hello,
    Your shower hardware is exactly what I was looking for. I did not think to buy each item separately. Do the blacks match? Amazon has changed the style and description to your “Handheld shower head with hose” do you have any recommendations for anything similar.
    Also, were you happy with the quality?
    Thanks so much,

    1. Hi Jennifer,

      Yes! We decided to buy separately since it ended up being cheaper for what we wanted. All the blacks match, but they aren’t all the same quality. The handheld shower piece is plastic with cheaper metals. It works well for us, but I wouldn’t recommend it in a children’s bathroom. I can look for an alternative! I’ve had this issue with amazon changing the products and descriptions for items I have already purchased. Such a hassle.

      However, it looks to still be the same item when I clicked on it?

      Let me know if you’re still having any issues!

  7. Hi,
    Thanks for the quick reply. The one I clicked on was chrome but this works.
    Thanks so much,

  8. Hi!! Love your bathroom!! I’m looking at your vanity mirror link. Can you tell me if you picked “black glossed aluminum” or the “black” option for the 30×30 mirror?

    Thank you!!!

    1. Hi Jessica,

      Thank you so much! I went with the black glossed aluminum option for the 30×30 mirror 🙂

  9. Hi – what a beautiful remodel! We’re in the middle of our own remodel and have the same issue with the door having a significant gap at the bottom. What type of wood did you attach to the bottom and what did you use to attach it? I am so inspired by your end result!

    1. Hi Rebecca,

      I actually left the gap under the door and didn’t fix it! It really bothered me at first and I put it off on fixing it, and eventually forgot about it. It’s not noticeable anymore and still blocks out all the sound needed from inside the toilet room. If you do want to add wood, I’d do a select pine and adhere with wood glue and a brad nailer!

  10. Hi Kourtni,
    I LOVE what you’ve done with your bathroom remodel! I’m currently piecing together a remodel of my own and especially like an eclectic look. I noticed that you mentioned changing out the stone top to the vanity…was this a difficult process? Also, did it cause any damage to the vanity itself?
    Thanks so much!

    1. Hi Colleen,

      You are so sweet! Thank you so much. The vanity top to the vanity that we purchased did not come attached, so we were easily able to replace the top with another one. No damage whatsoever! 🙂

    1. Hi Korissa,

      The tiles were an investment, but I was so happy we went with them. The bathroom design was made around the tiles and soaker tub! We purchased the tiles from The Tile Shop and the floor hexagon tile was around $510.00 for a 75 S/F space.

  11. Beautiful bathroom!!! Can you give me specific information on the matte subway tile you used? The link provided does not work. I’d like to know size of tile and ideally manufacturer name to find it.

    1. Hi Donna,

      I just updated the link and it should take you to the tile! The size of the tile is 3×6 and I don’t know the manufacturer, just that we purchased it at The Tile Shop.

  12. Hi! I love love the tile and the whole bathroom! What color is are the tiles and do you by chance have a link or another place that might have some similar to that? I like how they look off white/gray. Thanks so much! I need to get these 😉

    1. Hi Krista,

      Thank you so much for the kind words! The wall tiles are an off white matte subway tile from The Tile Shop and the floor tiles are grey cement like tiles from The Tile Shop! I’ve never seen the hexagon cement like tiles from anywhere else besides the tile shop, but I know other traditional tile stores carry matte subway tile 🙂

  13. Gorgeous remodel! A couple of curiosity questions – do you get cold not having any enclosure around the shower? Where did you relocate your closet/closet entrance to? Is it now accessed from the bedroom?

    1. Hi Rachel,

      Thank you so much! We do not get cold with it being an open shower 🙂 As long as the door to the bathroom is closed there is no draft. We relocated the closet opening to the inside of our master bedroom. The door now mirrors the other closet opposite the room.

  14. Hi Kourtni! We love your bathroom and are using it as inspiration for our current remodel 🙂 We purchased a smaller version of the Home Depot vanity you all have, and ordered a marble top to swap out, too. Curious how you removed the existing top that came on the vanity and installed the new one? Thanks!

    1. Hi Molly!

      How exciting, can’t wait to see the end result. Our top was not attached to the vanity so we just swapped the top no problem. You can always use a box cutter or razor to loosen the caulk to remove the top, hopefully they didn’t use liquid nails!

  15. I love your bathroom! I’ve been looking for an inspiration bathroom for my remodel for over a year and finally found what I love in yours. I wondered if your floor tile was laid randomly or if you were intentional with a pattern or lack of pattern given the shade variation in the tiles. Also, when I looked at the vanity link it shows 2 color options: light brown and reclaimed wood. Which color are yours? They are beautiful. I went to the store to see if they had samples of the color of wood but they do not have either color in the store. Thank you

    1. Hi Laura,

      Thank you so much! The floor tile was laid randomly, but we did mix the boxes so all the tiles mixed well together. The wood shades are new, when I purchased my vanities they only had one shade. From what I can see the 36″ only comes in reclaimed oak and the 48″ only comes in light brown and we have the 48″. Hope that helps!

  16. Just wanted to tell you THANK YOU for this well detailed and photographed post. I’ve literally spent tens of hours online looking at vanities trying to figure out what I wanted to do. You 100% nailed what I knew I wanted but couldn’t piece together myself!!! I love the inspirations from modern farmhouse, midcentury modern, Scandinavian, etc. you blended it together beautifully without it being too much of one style. I seriously can’t thank you enough and I will be referring to this post often as I begin my first ever full bath and half bath remodel!

    1. Hi Amber,

      Thank you so much! you are so incredibly kind. I’m so happy I was able to help be an inspiration for your bathroom remodel. Be sure to tag me on instagram to share the process with me! 🙂

  17. I’m sorry if you answered this and I missed it. Where did you get your corner shelves that are in your shower? Everything looks amazing😍😍

    1. Hi Amanda,

      I purchased them through our local tile store, so I don’t have a link for them. I know tile place should carry them if you ask for corner marble shelving 🙂

  18. Hello,

    I’m adding an addition to my home and with this there will be a bathroom addition. I think this bathroom design is neutral gender which is wonderful as my older brother will be occupying the space. I do like the vanity very much but I however curious about the marble vanity top. Yours appears to have more gray marbling as opposed to the link you provided which appears to have brown veining as well. Did Home Depot change their design or am I simply not seeing the brown veining in your photos? Very nice job by the way and I do like the DIY projects since I tend to do a few of my own. Saves $$$ if you have to tools to do it with and videos are always so helpful

    1. Hi Laurie,

      Home Depot did not change their design, since it’s natural stone all of the vanity tops look different. I was able to find some that were more gray with no brown veining which is what I wanted. However, to get the gray marble veining without the brown I had to look at every single one (open box) in-store. I went to 5 Home Depots and looked at roughly 15 vanity tops. I know that’s not super helpful at this time considering whats going on, but that’s what I did for this project. Can’t wait to see your project!

      1. Thank you for sharing Kourtni. I was actually able to source one out through Lowes. I also found the larger hexagon tiles at a steal of a deal. They measure 7″ x 7″ each costing me just .99 cents. I’m a happy camper indeed. There was only one review and they gave it a three star. I always read reviews and I’m glad in this case that I did. The customer was disappointed but this wasn’t due to quality but rather color. They were hoping that the tile would be more on the white side but it was leaning more on the gray which is exactly what I was hoping for. Now if they ever get here. They should have arrived by the 15th. Still no sign. I like Lowe’s but I’ve never been a big fan of their customer service and in terms of their lumber. If your going to build as I am with this ADU project, they have far better quality lumber then Home Depot hands down. My nephew is a builder and he would agree. I can hardly wait to get this project under way and start seeing it come to life. Take care and stay healthy

  19. Hi Kourtni. I wasn’t able to locate the Andersen window being used in your shower area. I’d like to know the size you went with and what you used for a privacy screen. Is this a plexiglass of some sort or a film? If a plexiglass, is there a secret to it? It appears to be an overlay on top of the original glass and if it’s a film would you mind sharing your source. This window truly does showcase your bathroom. I’m big on natural light and this does the trick. Thanks again for any info you can share with me. You’ve been an inspiration. Truly.

    1. Hi Carly,

      Thank you so much for the kind words! The shower subway tile is 3×6.

  20. LOVE your bathroom. I am looking at the same sconce light. My concern is that it is only a 14W. Does it offer enough light for you at the vanity?

    1. Hi Jackie,

      Great question! We actually didn’t get a chance to finish the lighting placement when I photographed the bathroom remodel. Typically you place lighting around a vanity to be able to light above below and on the sides of the face. We have added recess light above the vanities and else where in the bathroom to brighten up the space. Hope that helps!

  21. Hi! This bathroom is gorgeous! We are currently remodeling our bathroom and love the 3 little shelves you placed stacked in the corner of your shower. Do you mind sharing where you got those from? Thanks so much in advance!

    1. Hi Alex,

      Thank you so much! They are marble corner shower ledges from our local tile store. I’m so sorry I’m not able to share a link for those!

      1. Hi there! Beautiful bathroom! Did you install the corner shelves in the shower between the tiles? Or were they installed after the shower tile? Also, would you mind sharing the heights at which they’re installed and if you’re happy with where they are? Thanks! Love the look and planning to do something like it in our new shower. Especially love the plant at the top. 😊

  22. I love the look of your bathroom! What did you do for the window in your shower? We are in a ranch house and have neighbors behind us. We want to move our shower but the window will be right in the middle. I’d prefer not to have my neighbors watching me shower. Thanks!

  23. Hello! Curious what your master bathroom dimensions are? Do you have a floor plan sketch that includes your toilet room (a must for me too)? The end result is gorgeous!

  24. Hi! I was wondering what color stain you used on the floating shelves and in the linen closet. The bathroom is gorgeous!
    Thank you!

    1. Hi Juli,

      I used the same color for both the linen closet shelves and open shelving. You can find the stain color for those in the linen closet tutorial – I believe it’s Golden Oak by Varathane.

  25. This is beautiful and I appreciate the “Get the look” section. However, I didn’t see the vanity pulls and knobs in the list. Could you tell me where those pulls are from? Thanks!

    1. Hi Sarah,

      Thank you! The knobs and pulls came with the vanity, they were not purchased separately so I do not have a link for those individual items.

  26. Love this design! Have been looking for floor tiles like this. I’m super worried about it being slippery though. Would you say these are more on the slippery side?

    1. Hi Lauren!

      Thank you so much for your kind words! My 3 year old daughter has slipped on the floor, but my husband and I believe it’s fine. They aren’t real cement tiles so they do not get slippery like wet cement typically does. Hope that was helpful!

  27. I love your bathroom design and am using it as a guide to complete mine. Curious, the vanities (which I have ordered) have bronze handles. Did you change the handles out to black handles, to go with the black faucets?

    1. Hi Carol,

      Thank you so much! Oh you’re going to love the vanity. I did not swap out the hardware for black, I used the hardware it came with. The bronze hardware is so dark it went together really well and you don’t even notice in person that it’s a different metal.

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