Black and White Bathroom …I’m so excited to share with you the upstairs black and white bathroom ‘before and after’ from our 1888 fixer upper!
We had a little open house last weekend before we officially put it on the market and I have to say, I think everyone that walked upstairs said “I love the bathroom tile!” It is such a small space, that I knew the walls needed to be white, so it would feel more bright and open. I decided since everything else was white, we needed something bold and fun on the floors. I really love how it came out!
Here is the before photo if you remember from my first post…
Basically we did a complete gut, down to the studs. My husband did most the demo, and pretty much just went to town with the hammer. I really hated how the toilet was the first thing you saw when you walked into the room, so we had that moved to the back left. We also took out the tiny tub and expanded the bathroom about 4 ft. into the master, so that we could have a bigger shower put in.
By the time we were done, everything was completely transformed! It’s crazy to look back at the photos when we bought it. It took us a long time to get here, but it turned out better than I could have imagined!
I decided to go with a little more modern feel for the bathroom and go with the oil rubbed bronze finishes. I really wanted a darker grout with the subway tile, but the plumber had started doing the white grout and at that point I just went with it. We just needed to get it done. The white definitely really opens up the space.
I found these fun fixtures at Kohler and think they help tie in the “vintage” feel of the home.
I also found a few wood accents to help bring in a warmer tone. Definitely makes it feel a little more cozy.
Here’s a little selfie reflection going on… this bathroom was so hard to photograph ;)
My husband added some white floating shelves last minute and it was nice to get some additional storage space.
And I’ll just leave with one last photo of the tile because it makes me smile every time I see it! Hope you enjoyed this little tour …let me know if you have any questions. More photos from the house to come!
Black and white bathroom sources
- Tile: Amazon or Overstock
- All plumbing, Mirror and fixtures: Kohler
- Paint: Pure white from Sherwin Williams
- Basket and jars: Target
- White floating shelves: White floating shelves
- I love you sign and ‘towels’ hook: Hobby Lobby
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Thank you to Kohler and Sherwin Williams for partnering with us on this post. This post does contain some affiliate links.