White Master Bathroom Renovation

White Master Bathroom Renovation

I love refreshing a space and making it my own. When we moved into our house 3 years ago we didn’t completely gut the bathroom, we just tweaked it.  The major thing we did to this space was new tile on the floor and in the shower. It doesn’t sound like a lot…but it was! It was a very dusty and lengthy process and it would have been ideal if that was a functioning window in the bathroom. Because the window wasn’t functioning, they had to remove all of the debris with buckets and pass through the closet area, master bedroom, library and the front hall. The entire house was taped up with plastic to keep the dust out of other rooms. They completely removed the cabinetry for the new tile, so the bathroom looked completely gutted at one point  I am still thrilled at how it turned out. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom to see some of the renovation pics!!

Renovation List:

  1. New tile on the floor and in the shower
  2. Replaced hardware with unlaquered brass
  3. New brass light fixtures
  4. Fresh paint on the cabinets
  5. New toilet

Personal Touches:

I love putting personal touches in intimate spaces like photographs of my girls. I keep all of the family photos in the office, upstairs, etc instead of the main living area. I love that as I get ready I can see two of my favorite photographs in the reflection of the mirror 😉

Makeup Mirror | Dayna Stool | Grenol Chandelier | Hulton Sconce | Duck Leg Mirror | Large Pitcher (different than pictured) | Garden Stool

Before/Renovation Pictures

The last space in my home that I shared was My Home Office, check it out! -Jess


Jess Cathell

Jess Cathell is an Atlanta based lifestyle and interior creator, designer, and tastemaker. With years of experience in home decor and a portfolio ranging from farm house to the beach, Jess is known for creating balanced spaces with notes of the unexpected. Inspired by the fusion of traditional elements with bold contemporary design, she has developed a clear transitional style. Her most recent work can be found in the Atlanta Magazine as a tribute to the modern home work space. She has collaborated with brands such as Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and is continually looking to connect with local and sustainable sources.

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  1. 7.24.20
    Jenny allen said:

    Looks Sooo great!!!
    ANd I loved the book I gave you beside the bath tub!
    Also-love what you And Nola did in Alys BeaCh!!!
    Your cocktail napkins will finally be ready
    Next week-crazy Covid!


    • 7.24.20

      Thanks Jenny! I love that book thank you so much AND I can’t wait to get my napkins!!! -J

  2. 7.24.20
    Carlotta said:

    Where is the column that you have your products on top of from? the rroom is beautiful!

    • 10.2.20

      I get it from a local dealer, if you would like one let me know, I am ordering a ton this week!

  3. 5.6.21
    Escalante said:

    Wow what a transformation! I really love the new tile that you used in the main area of the bathroom. I think it looks amazing with the gold accents you used throughout. Did you do the actual renovation yourself or did you outsource that?

    • 5.7.21
      Jess C. said:

      Hi there! It was definitely a job we had outsourced. Thank you so much for asking about it and for your kind words!

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