Reagan’s Bathroom Renovation

Hi guys! Happy Wednesday! Ironically this post is scheduled to go live when most of our pipes are frozen and we are certainly not enjoying our renovated bathrooms. Haha. But, regardless, I am thrilled to share Reagan’s girls bathroom renovation with you. Lets start off with a little before shot, so you can see what we had to work with!

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with brown tile, white cabinets, pink crystal drawer pulls, flamingo shower curtain, flamingo rug, and pink and white stripe scallop rug.

So, as you see, the bathroom was fine, it just wasn’t updated like the rest of the house. We really wanted to brighten up the space and make it feel larger than it is.

A few goals we had in mind:

-Turn bathtub shower in a shower- we had three bathtub showers upstairs and converted two into stand alone showers. For resale value and the fact that Teddy loves baths, his bathroom stayed a tub shower. I always think it’s good to have at least one tub upstairs.

-Remove cabinets that take up wall space and make the room seem smaller. Once we removed this cabinet box, the bathroom felt so much more spacious.

The main goal was to update the spaces to go with our current house style, all while adding a fun spin to these small spaces. For all the bathrooms, we decided to go with prefab vanities. We saved money here because you take out the cabinet maker, the marble fabricator and the painter. This is obviously personal preference, but in this scenario, for upstairs bathrooms, I would 100% choose this route again. Plus, they are all the exact vanities, just different sizes and colors!

We did a basic subway tile- you just cant go wrong with it. A fun floral cement tile and a fun grey penny tile. I tied all the tiles together with a grey grout. We decided to do a mix of gold/brass and stainless because I love to mix metals and Reagan loves gold. We are thrilled with how it turned out! Take a peek!

Reagan’s Girls Bathroom

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with pink and grey tile, white vanity with marble counter top and gold drawer pulls, gold towel hooks, and a walk in shower with subway tiles and grey penny tile flooring.

Ironically, I ordered the large size mirror thinking it was risky, but once we tried it, I realized the larger size was actually perfect for the space.

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with pink and grey tile, white vanity with marble counter top and gold drawer pulls, and gold frame mirror.

VANITY // FAUCET // MIRROR (LARGE SIZE) // DRAWER PULLS // TOWEL HOOK

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with pink and grey tile, white vanity with marble counter top and gold drawer pulls, and gold frame mirror.

DRAWER PULLS // KNOB // TRASHCAN // TP HOLDER // CANDLE // TOOTHBRUSH // VANITY

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with pink and grey tile.

FLOOR TILE

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with pink and grey tile, white vanity with marble counter top and gold and acrylic drawer pulls.

DRAWER PULLS // KNOB

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a white vanity with gold and acrylic drawer pulls. Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a gold accordion wall hooks.

ACCORDION WALL HOOKS

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a walk in shower that has white subway tile, pink and grey tiles, and grey penny tiles. Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a walk in shower that has white subway tile, pink and grey tiles, and grey penny tiles.

BENCH/FLOOR TILE // PENNY TILE

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a walk in shower that has white subway tile, pink and grey tiles, and grey penny tiles. Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a walk in shower that has white subway tile, pink and grey tiles, and grey penny tiles.

BENCH/FLOOR TILE // PENNY TILE

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a walk in shower that has white subway tile and hand held shower head.

SHOWER SYSTEM

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with a walk in shower that has white subway tile, pink and grey tiles, and grey penny tiles, pink and grey tile flooring a gold accordion wall hook with pink and white towels hanging from them.

BENCH/FLOOR TILE // PENNY TILE // ACCORDION WALL HOOKS

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom pink and grey tile flooring.

Girls Bathroom by popular Houston life and style blog, Fancy Ashley: image of a bathroom with pink and grey tile, white vanity with marble counter top and gold drawer pulls, gold towel hooks, and a walk in shower with subway tiles and grey penny tile flooring.

VANITY // FAUCET // MIRROR (LARGE SIZE) // DRAWER PULLS // TOWEL HOOK // BENCH/FLOOR TILE // PENNY TILE

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, what you do you think? Do you like the changes? What’s your favorite design aspect? Want to see more design projects? We’ve got a lot more up our sleeve here at Casa de Fancy!

 

Have a great day! XOXO

Do you have a girls bathroom in your house?  Let me know in a comment below!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Janet Hurlbrink wrote:

    I’m looking to remove my tub and have a zero clearance shower but I’m told that you need to build up the floor so the water doesn’t deep onto the bathroom floor. How did you avoid doing this?

    Posted 2.17.21
  2. Congratulations on the renovation of the bathroom. It looks awesome after the renovation. The photos posted by you makes it very clear. The design of the new tiles is particularly amazing. People can get many ideas from these photos. Thanks for providing the information.

    Posted 2.18.21

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