Mar 13

Client Reveal: A Classic Washroom Renovation for #LLProjectVictor

Before After - classic washroom renovation 


It’s always bittersweet when a project comes to a close, and things rings particularly true for this one. The folks who reside here? They are some of the kindest I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, and I already miss being in constant touch with them. In the same token, however, I’m sure they’re thrilled to no end to have their bathroom (and lives!) back. Because no matter how big, or small, a project, the construction portion can be tiresome. That said, when the results are exactly as you had imagined, it feels pretty darn good.

If you missed the first post about this classic washroom renovation, I recommend you go check it out (here!) as it gives a lot more of the background details. In addition, I’ve also shared the before and after floor plans, some before shots, as well as a ton of inspiration so you can really orient yourself. Today? Today we’re all about the pretty! Following is the final bathroom reveal for this very sweet, and totally deserving, couple. Bonus: I’m sharing all of the links and sources below, for those interested. Enjoy!

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[break]SOURCES: Wall Colour: Benjamin Moore – Calm | Wall Tiles: Saltillo | Floor Tiles: Cera Gres | Shower Floor Tiles: Saltillo | Vanity & Built-In Millwork: Custom | Countertop: Ceasarstone – London Fog | Harware: Restoration Hardware | Wall Sconces: Circa | Mirror: Trade Only (Similar HERE) | Shower Kit: Kohler | Faucets: Kohler | Hand Soap: Aesop | Hand Cream: Aesop | Vintage Rug: Etsy* | Toilet: Kohler | Toilet Tissue Holder: Kohler | Art: Minted | Shampoo & Conditioner: Oribe | Vase: West Elm | Face Mask: Beauty Counter | Dry Brush: Amazon | Body Wash: Jo Malone

*PS – you can check out all my favourite vintage rug sources here and all of my favourite shops for home accessories here

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  1. Kathleen says:

    Love the clean look of this black and white bathroom. Great job! The link to the art isn’t working though! Can you provide the link here please?? It looks greta in the bathroom!


  2. Debbie says:


  3. Cathy Weber says:

    This is really beautiful and I love the shower bench.

  4. tamsen says:

    this is beyond stunning!!! I’m in love!

  5. Peg says:

    This is lovely! Well done pretty lady! xoxo

  6. Michelle says:

    Stunning. I love everything about this space. #showergoals

  7. Michelle says:

    Jacquelyn, I LOVE everything about this washroom. Perfect amounts of beautiful detail paired with ultimate functionality. Gorg x

  8. Katrina says:

    So beautiful ❤️ What a transformation!

  9. The photographs are really very mesmerizing ones and I would love to have the bathroom like this and I will also apply this thought just to add it in my portfolio. Thanks for sharing this post.

  10. nancy says:

    Beautiful. Just an amazing transformation. My question: why would you (or the photographer) digitally erase the polished chrome clamps that support the glass panels of the shower? I can’t imagine why these necessary supports would be eliminated in some of the photographs. Let’s keep it real please.

    • Hi Nancy,

      Just to be clear – the clamps aren’t always necessary (you can absolutely install glass shower doors in a channel in lieu of using the clamps) so it has nothing to do with not keeping it real. In fact, I happen to like the look of the clamps which is why we opted to use them in this project. They looked great in some of the images and were kept as is, but in others they were a distraction so they were removed. After photos are ALWAYS photoshopped to be shown in their best light – there isn’t a site or a magazine in the world who doesn’t touch things up in post-production to make each individual image look its best.

  11. Lindsey says:

    Hi! Love this bathroom! I’m curious if you could share the dimensions of the space? We are about to do a similar bath/closet master bath expansion and it would be so helpful to know how much space you had to work with. We are hoping to fit a tub and I’m worried it might get too cramped!


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