When I first bought my house, I had dreams of creating a Spa Master Bathroom. I knew it would need to be gutted and redesigned and would take a lot of work and patience, but I was willing to do this. I had experience with this as I renovated my guest bathroom with much success!
You see, as an esthetician and owner of a boutique full-service day spa, my passion in life are skin and beauty products. I love them! I want to try them all and see what works and what can truly make changes in my skin and my client’s skin. Therefore, a spa master bathroom in my eyes was absolutely necessary 🙂
For my spa master bathroom, I wanted to have a custom built-in shelf to hold all of my serums and creams, a luxurious shower where I can wash the day off, and beautiful drawers that contain my modalities. Afterall, I run a free anti-aging skin care membership where I teach others have to have their most healthy skin possible. I love to have all of my beautiful products and modalities displayed. They bring me such joy! Oh! Did I mention lighting, gold fixtures, marble tiles, and soft close drawers? These were a must with some of these generously provided by Wayfair. I wanted to share with you my dream space which inspires me every day to take care of myself and my skin.
A special thank you to my Interior Designer, Ashley Bagwell of Farm to French Designs: farmtofrenchdesigns.com
Materials used for the renovation of my Spa Master Bathroom:
- Paint – Sherwin Williams: Greek Villa. Trim Satin. Walls eggshell. Ceiling Flat
- Large Tile
- Smaller Tile
- Bathroom Lights
- Faucet X 2
- Bathroom Vanity – Vanity has a 4 ” backsplash; 1/2″ top overhang 1 ” filler strip on each side, 8 ” faucet spread. NOTE: 66″ of cabinetry with 2″ filler strip on both sides.
- Custom Vanity by Lowes. Washington Gay Shaker Cabinet, Square double sink, between two walls, quartz icicle topper.
- See the rest inside lapree beauty, my free anti-aging skincare community. I’m so very excited to meet you!
Lots of Cheer from your trusted esthetician,
“Invest in your skin. It is going to represent you for a very long time.”—Linden Tyler