When we bought our house 3 years ago majority of the house had already been renovated. But one room that was still in its original, 25 year old, state was the master bathroom. We knew as soon as we saw it that eventually we’d want a change. So about a year and half ago we finally put the money and time aside to do the reno.


I mean it wasn’t in terrible condition. It was just outdated and since we’d be spending a lot of time in there we wanted it to be functional as well as fit our aesthetic. It’s not a very big space either and the door swinging inwards took up a lot of room and created a lot of wasted space. We wanted it to be more useful overall.

So we ended up taking everything out– vanity, mirror, toilet & shower all were gutted. Replaced the vanity with one from Home Depot that fit our space and style. Sink faucet and hot/cold knobs are from Wayfair.ca and in the colour oil rubbed bronze. Rain shower head, detachable shower arm & knobs are all direct from the Kohler showroom near our home also in oil rubbed bronze. And the glass shower is custom made by our friends at Peak Glass here in Vancouver .

Then we switched out the toilet for a larger, eco-friendly option by Kohler purchased from Home Depot along with the vanity. Large round mirror was purchased from Wayfair.ca and farmhouse style light fixture is from Wayfair.com. At the time I could cross the border and pick up, not like at present with all the Covid travel restrictions.

Tile was my favourite part! My husband has friends at a local tile company by the name of Centura so I went to see them to bring my vision to life. We went with Black Hydraulic for the floor tile, Nero hexagon tile for the shower floor, and Artisan white for the shower wall. Our friends at Superior Tile did a wonderful job on installation to bring everything together.

Then we went handmade for our toilet paper holder and shelves. An amazing family run, local business called Crate No. 8 owned by a lovely lady by the name Lori-Ann from Ladner made these items to fit our space perfectly.

Then lastly the artwork and plants are from HomeSense Canada. And the soap dispenser, tissue paper holder and other decor items are from Bouclair Home.

Hope you all enjoyed this tour of our mini master reno! Let me know if you have any questions!