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Master Bath Reveal: Heights House

Three reveals in one month—we&#;re on a roll and not slowing down! Today&#;s post is one I&#;ve been looking forward to most since I dreamed up the design months ago.

In February, I shared the design plan&#;

Along with Before Photos of the space&#;

It has a small footprint, at around 10&#; x 6&#; in size (not including the shower), but tall 9&#;4&#; ceilings give the illusion of a roomier space.

I decided to splurge a little on luxury tile and porcelain slabs to give it an extra rich feel, and opted for budget-friendly finishes and accessories (plus some DIY for good measure) to balance it out.

A couple weeks ago I shared the whole process of the tile/slab install, plus our DIY wall molding treatment in a master bathroom progress post:

Make sure to read that first in case you missed it, so you can appreciate the tile trauma and sweat equity we endured to get to the finish line!

Like any good renovation full of ups and downs, this story does have a happy ending.

Welcome to my dream bathroom&#;

To be honest, we&#;ve been in so much of a rush to get things done at the house that I haven&#;t had a chance to pause and take it all in yet.

Counting down the weeks/days until we can finally move in and start using these spaces (if there are no more delays, it should be this month!)

Let&#;s start with the floors. These are artisan crafted 4&#;8&#; satin glazed ceramic tiles, special ordered from Bedrosians Paseo line. I knew they were &#;the one&#; the moment I spotted them online and the texture and quality is stunning in person. We used Mapei grout in Ivory to accentuate the design.

But you&#;re probably distracted by that statement wall, right? HELLO there, gorgeous&#;

These are large format 1/4&#; thick porcelain slabs from Bedrosians Magnifica line, in Lincoln Super White. They wrap around the entire shower and back wall giving the illusion of one continuous piece. These slabs were the first design element I chose for this space, and even with all the stress we went through, I wouldn&#;t trade them for the world (you can read more about the selection/install process in this post).

Champagne gold accents were a natural fit for this luxury inspired space, and I went with one of my favorite affordable shower faucet go-to&#;s—Delta&#;s Dryden trim in champagne bronze. The valve is mounted near the door so we aren&#;t sprayed with cold water every time we turn it on.

From inside the shower, we have a lovely view of the toilet. Good thing I picked a handsome one 😉 This is the same Kohler model used in our guest bathroom, and I bought one for the powder bath too.

The glass door enclosure was just added a few days ago by a specialty shop my builder uses (sorry, no additional info on that!) Also, can I just comment on this wall color? Accessible Beige has to be my favorite paint right now—I can&#;t get over how much it changes depending on the light and its surroundings. Truly the most perfect greige.

Let&#;s move onto the most substantial piece in the room&#; this vanity:

Or should I say, vanities. My design plan called for a 7&#; vanity to adequately fill the wall space, and I had made my mind up on a light wood finish. I looked for hours, days and weeks trying to find something that fit the bill (even considering custom/handmade options) and came up short finding something reasonably priced.

Finally I had an &#;a-ha&#; moment—why not use two 42&#; vanities side by side? This opened up a lot more options (still not a ton, as 42&#; isn&#;t the most common size and there is a serious lack of light wood vanities out there) but eventually, I came across this simple and clean lined 42&#; vanity on Overstock, and knew it was perfect.

The straight edges allowed the vanities to sit flush together and give the appearance of one long vanity, and we replaced the existing counters with one large custom slab of thick white porcelain.

They were further customized by swapping out the chrome handles with these affordable modern black pulls. The subtle oak grain and natural wood tone really warms up the room, and I&#;m so glad I took a gamble and ordered these sight unseen!

The mirrors were also exactly what I was looking for—oval to contrast with the hard lines in the room, a thin dark frame, the perfect width and height to fit between the sconces, and budget-friendly—it doesn&#;t get much better than that! I searched high and low and did a happy dance when I came across them.

And of course, those elegant champagne gold sconces. The color and size were perfect, and they had just enough detail to make them stand apart from other similar sconces I&#;d been eyeing for a while. They were only $ when I placed the order a couple months ago, but they&#;ve dropped the price even more so I would jump on these if you&#;re in the market!

The faucets and undermount sinks were another Overstock find. I went with small white porcelain oval sinks for maximum counter space (they&#;re under $40!) and pretty vintage style oil rubbed bronze widespread faucets. They&#;re heavy, solid brass construction and seem to be great quality.

Matching pop-up drains (not shown) were also installed—and how about those fresh cut blooms from our new gardenia bushes? If only you could smell them through your screen&#;

I&#;m all about layering different finishes—so much more visually interesting than having everything match. Would you agree?

The final addition to this bathroom will be a white roman shade I custom ordered a few weeks ago—I&#;ll be sure to update with details once it&#;s installed.

And that wraps our tour! I hope you&#;ve enjoyed the process and walked away with some inspiration and a few new finds to add to your wish list. A huge shout out to Overstock and Bedrosians for partnering with me on this bathroom and trusting my vision for this space. They&#;re two of my favorite vendors involved within home/DIY blogging community so show them some love and support!


Wall color: SW Accessible Beige

Porcelain slabs

Floor tile (& ivory grout)


Shower faucet



Faucet + drain



Vanity pulls

Towel hooks

TP holder

Stay tuned for another post this week—we&#;ve made major progress on our backyard at The Riverside Retreat and I&#;m sharing all the details in a couple days!



Jenna Sue Design Co.

Helping clients in the Tampa/St. Pete area create their dream home through thoughtfully curated and well designed spaces. We'll work together to achieve a completely custom high-end look, with sharp attention to detail and unexpected finishes. Uniquely inspired by historic architecture and design from Europe, Africa and Asia, and grounded in both modern and classic American style and function.

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Riverside Retreat Main Bathroom Reveal

This post is part of a paid collaboration with Lowe’s Home Improvement. All opinions are my own.

Oh happy day, one more room at the Riverside Retreat is officially in the bag!

This project has been over two months in the making—starting with a few setbacks and stalled progress, and ending with a mad dash to the finish line over the past few weeks.  Make sure to go back and check out the Design Plan/demo kickoff post along with my DIY Board and Batten tutorial to see the progression if you haven&#;t yet.

Meet the &#;50 Shades of White&#; Before&#;

Seriously. Every inch was some shade of mismatched white.

The room was a decent size but we had to reconfigure it and take away space to add a second bathroom, as this house only had one (not gonna cut it with 10 guests in a vacation rental!)

We added two walls to create a master bathroom, as you can see in the new floor plan below (labeled Main Bathroom):

Demo promptly began, and (no surprise) there were quite a bit of plumbing and foundation issues to fix.

We ended up bringing in a second contractor a few weeks ago  to get things moving quicker. Finally, some progress!

And we&#;ve put in long hours over the last couple weeks installing DIY board and batten, painting, and adding the finishing touches. Finally, our earthy + classic budget bathroom is ready for its debut!

The real MVP here is the gorgeous green, Valspar&#;s Wilderness.

I love going bold in smaller spaces—making a statement is what design is all about!

My second favorite player is this charming vintage style floor tile. It&#;s just the right amount of pattern to balance the bold walls and fits in well with our &#;s home (our installer used a generic white for both the floor and shower tile grout).

There was a big debate on Instagram around what color to paint the new Jeld-Wen door. I couldn&#;t decide between green or white, and at the last minute I opted to make it same color as all the other doors in the house (SW Loggia). I think it was the right move because it breaks up the green/white and ties in with the other neutral warm accents in the room.

We&#;re also swapping out all the original door handles with these gorgeous Schlage glass knobs:

But this view? This has to be my favorite.

I scored this schoolhouse vanity light on sale for $76 (it&#;s still a killer deal even at full price) and the mirror was a $30 secondhand Facebook Marketplace find (it actually came from a Disneyworld hotel).

The Delta Venetian Bronze faucet was another budget-friendly find with great ratings and a simple, classic style.

Recognize this vanity? It&#;s the same one I used in our Heights House Guest Bathroom but in the 36&#; size.

I love this vanity because there&#;s lots of drawer storage, and you can choose from several colors/sizes/stone tops (I went with the Carrara engineered marble top). FYI—it&#;s now $ less than when I purchased it! If you&#;ve been considering this vanity (or any new vanity), now&#;s the time to jump on it.

The only modification I made was painting the chrome handles gold (I used black spray paint and gold Rub &#;N Buff to give it an aged patina).

For the shower, I used one of Delta&#;s most affordable faucets in a matching Venetian Bronze finish (only $ but it&#;s low in stock!) and replaced the one-piece tub with a budget-friendly model.

And how lovely is the shower tile? It has a slight color variation and is porous/textured to look like brick. Difficult to capture in photos, but it looks amazing in person and I think it fits in nicely with the earthy/classic style of the room.

One neat addition are these vintage photos of our city.

I Googled local archives of old photos and found our county library website with a huge collection of free downloadable images.

Then a little photoshop manipulation to make them sepia toned, add my own text, and print them out (these are 12&#;16&#; prints in 16&#;20&#; Ikea frames). I think these will be a fun touch for out-of-towners to see a little history of the area.

And the $5 gold hooks that have become a staple in almost every room these days! Can&#;t beat the price and style.

The only thing we kept from the original bathroom was the toilet (nothing wrong with it) and window, which I painted black. I hung a ready-made bamboo shade and simple 96&#; waffle weave shower curtain (new favorite long shower curtain, by the way!)

On the day of the shoot I realized I forgot to order a toilet paper & hand towel holder—oops! Those will be added next 🙂

And that wraps up the Earthy + Classic Budget Bathroom Tour! I&#;m happy to say that this one turned out pretty much exactly as I had imagined/hoped.

I hope our guests love it just as much as we do!

Sources + Budget Breakdown

Paint: Valspar Wilderness (satin), SW Pure White (eggshell), SW Loggia (semi-gloss)

Floor tile / $

Shower tile / $

Tub / $

Shower faucet / $

Vanity / $

Vanity faucet / $

Vanity light / $76

Mirror / $30

30&#; Jeld-Wen door / $

Door handle / $65

Towel hooks / $23

Picture frames / $85

Window shade / $45

Shower curtain / $27

Curtain rod / $23

Molding & trim / $

Paint / $40

Total: $

Of course this doesn&#;t take into account any labor costs or labor materials (those numbers unfortunately got convoluted between two different contractors). But if you aren&#;t doing a complete gut remodel down to the foundation or hiring out the labor, you can easily recreate this bathroom for under $3k with some DIYing and a trip to Lowe&#;s.

The best part is, you don&#;t have to compromise on quality—and I&#;d say the end result is comparable to any $10k+ bathroom I&#;ve seen!

What do you think about the deep green? It&#;s probably the boldest wall color I&#;ve ever used, but this is a vacation rental so I&#;m not trying to play it safe! Every room will have its own unique vibe—just wait until you see what we have planned for some of the other spaces 😉

Next up: a vlog update, kitchen rug fashion show and the nursery reveal&#; hopefully all before baby arrives!




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