Bathroom Renovation Reveal

It is finally here, our bathroom renovation reveal! It just took us a few months to finally finish, but it’s done! Our home only has one bathroom, so the big parts of the renovation (i.e. bathtub area) had to be done quickly. It was the finishing touches that took the longest. This whole renovation was done by my husband! I know many have asked who did we used for the remodel, it was Justin Thompson all the way with the help of his dad and our good friend Robby. I am thankful for all the hard work they put into this and how amazing the end result is! Justin and I had the vision of how we wanted our bathroom to look like, the style and the key pieces we wanted to add. My main job was to find all the pieces and style the bathroom, and find ways to still have practicality.

The black/white farmhouse sink has always been a dream of mine to have in my bathroom. When Justin approached me that he found a sink he loves and to my surprise was this sink, I was beyond excited! We added a small floating shelf above the sink for placing our daily hygiene products- toothbrushes, toothpaste, hand soap, etc. Our sink didn't have anywhere we could place these things so this was the best solution and still went with the overall style of the bathroom! We kept wall and floor tiles simple and timeless to go with the overall style of the house. We want our whole house to keep its character and charm, even the bathroom. We added shiplap to the walls to add some interest and texture, I love how it turned out!

One of the main key pieces that was a MUST in our bathroom was this Schoolhouse brass wall sconce with milk glass bell shades in black stripe. I cannot describe with words the love I have for this beautiful piece. We decided that the rest of the bathroom fixtures should be in brass to match the light fixture and be more cohesive. Brass is always a great idea! Finding brass fixtures can be a little difficult, but we found pieces that get the job done.

You may have noticed there’s no storage space inside the bathroom, we moved most of our things and put them in our linen closet right outside the bathroom. I added more cotton French string bags to carry our daily products on the hooks behind the door. This helps us stay minimal, buy less, be more conscious. Adding a big cotton string bag to store the toilet paper was a genius idea!

One of the last styling decisions I made to complete the bathroom was adding the wood shelves in the bathtub area. Best decision I ever made! You may have noticed I am plant obsessed, so I wanted to incorporate plants into the bathroom in some way. Boom! Plant oasis now in our bathtub (I need to add more plants, don’t tell Justin shhhhhhh). I love how we added tones of wood around the bathroom to add some contrast and break the black and white all over the bathroom.

Hope you enjoy this bathroom renovations as much as we do! Below you can find direct links to all the products we use to make the bathroom of our dreams.


Carla Natalia

Photos by Stefanie Keeler Photography

Shop our bathroom

Farm Sink- Etsy

Sink Faucet- Kingston Brass

Double Sconce Light Fixture- Schoolhouse

Bell Shade in Black Stripe- Schoolhouse

Black Mirror- Target (similar)

Sink Floating Shelf- DIY

Waste Basket- Vintage

Jacksonville Print- c/o Mapiful

Wood Art Frame Wall Hanging- Amazon

Toilet- Lowe’s

Toilet Paper Holder- Amazon

Tub and Shower Faucet- Delta

Shower Curtain- Target

Shower Curtain Rod- Target

Bathtub Subway Tile- Lowe’s

Bathtub Floating Shelves- Target

Bathroom Products- c/o Public Goods

Shiplap- Lowe’s

Peg Rail- June Home Supply

Wooden Bath Back Brush- Target

Cotton String Bag- Amazon

Turkish Towels- Olive and Linen

Wood Step Stool- IKEA

Floor Tile- Lowe’s