While we were last in Baton Rouge visiting Jady's parents, my mother in law, Sally, mentioned that they are about to start planning a bathroom renovation in their master bath. She very sweetly asked me to take a look and give her any ideas, which I was thrilled to get to do. Before and after! I love this kind of thing:)
We got so involved with throwing out ideas and brainstorming about color schemes, layout and updates that I spaced and totally forgot to take any photos for you, but I'll ask Sally to send me some so you can get the full experience. Their master bath is a great space, with separate double sinks, a large tub, shower and plenty of room, so there is tons of potential for a beautiful, functional result after some reconfiguring and updating.
The focal point of the room as you enter is the bathtub, which they want to replace, and the question is whether to install a traditional built in or a large, freestanding soaker tub. I love the lines of these soakers, and the fact that it isn't built in visually opens up the space, but I've never had one before. Are there drawbacks?
Any thoughts? If you have one, do you love yours or hate it?