Mini Master Bathroom Makeover



Be inspired to create a spa like bathroom. A simple can of paint and a few accessories is all I needed to give a master bathroom a beautiful mini makeover.


When we moved into this home over a year ago, I was some what excited about our master bathroom. It had some great features like a good size and it was a five-piece suite. Both of which our last house was lacking. But there were some flaws, it was very outdated and needed some repairs.

mini master bathroom makeover before

There was the almond colored tile from the 90’s, boring lighting and a cracked sink.


Then there was the color,  it was painted mocha with mud red as an accent color. This color combination was pretty happenin’ about 15 years ago. Actually, the previous owners must have really loved that red because they also painted a matching cabinet storage over the toilet. Ugh. I couldn’t wait to get that thing out of my bathroom!


This space has been on my very long to-do list for some time. So when the lovely people at Pfister reached out to me offering new trim and accessories for a bathroom, I said, “Yes! Please! and Thank you!”

Would you like to see how the bathroom looks today? 

I updated the mini master bathroom makeover with new sinks, new faucets and new lighting. Simple and easy!



The first change I made was a new coat of paint. I gladly said goodbye to that red with a beautiful layer of Lazy Grey by Sherwin Williams. I selected that color because it’s the same color as our master bedroom and I would save money on paint. Plus, I like that color. 😉 

Once I finished painting, I called my good friends at Chambers Plumbing and asked them to install the new Kelen rain shower and tub trim


They had to cut into the shower and tub tile to get access to the valves. As you can see, definitely a job for the professionals. 😉


They did such a neat and clean job, no one would ever know they were even in there!



My new rain shower has totally changed my shower experience. Since this shower has an opening at the top, I would get rather cold sometimes while showering. Not any more! Now I’m completely wrapped in warm water…it’s so relaxing.  After those lovelies were installed, it was time for me to replace the sinks. The old ones were removed and then using a jig saw, square holes were cut in the counter to match the new sinks. I then reinstalled the sinks along with my new Kelen faucets


I love the look of my sink area now. No more cracked sink looking back at me, baby! 😉 And by the way, no more over-the-toilet-storage cabinet. I replaced it with some pretty white shelves. 


Pfister also sent me new towel bars, towel ring and paper holder. I love how simply replacing the fixtures can give a bathroom a more modern look. Speaking of modern, I had to update those lights. These beautiful sconces were perfect for this mini master bathroom makeover. 


The reason I keep calling this a mini makeover is because there are still things that need to be updates. For example, the orange oak wood of the cabinet and trim. I believe I will be painting that too but I can’t decide on a color just yet. Plus the holidays are coming and I really want to spend my time ‘decking the halls’. 😉 

My mini master bathroom makeover was achieved with simple steps anyone can do!

Overall, I am so happy with how a few simple changes have completely transformed this space. 

Do you like the new look?

Disclosure: A big thank you to my sponsors, Pfister and Lamps Plus for providing me lovely products to update this master bathroom. All opinions expressed, of course are all mine. 

If you love a good before and after, be sure to check out my dining room makeover found HERE.


And you can see my half bathroom before and after HERE.




  1. The bathroom turned our BEAUTIFUL, Laura! Loving your new faucet selections…they made a huge difference!!

  2. I love those new light fixtures. The whole space looks modern and new. I’m visiting today from The Creative Corner link up.

  3. I love the transformation – great job! I love those fixtures and the new sinks are great. Makes me want to redo our master bathroom now. Thanks for sharing at the Family Joy Blog Link Party this week!

  4. Love it! Its great to see what a difference a few changes can make. I did our powder room on a $500 budget, using tile left over from other jobs and it made such a huge difference.

  5. Your bathroom is gorgeous. I love the color of your paint. Also got a peek at your kitchen counters and backsplash. I am pea green jealous. I have been eyeing up that tile forever. Congratulations on the lovely changes. Smart, stylish and still homey.Barb Karr

    1. Thank you so much, Barbara! This house is definitely a work in progress…but every little change helps it feel more like home. 🙂

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