Evergreen House: Master Bathroom Reveal - Juniper Home

Evergreen House: Master Bathroom Reveal


Next up on the Evergreen house reveal tour is the Master Bathroom! Our goal was for this space to feel as big and open as possible – light, bright and clean. I love what we accomplished in here! Wayfair partnered with us on a lot of this product, which was SO appreciated! I love using Wayfair as a resource for furniture and decor as well as renovation items like lighting and hardware and vanities. (PS Wayfair is having a huge Renovation Sale right now and ALL of these items in this bathroom are discounted up to 65% off!)

vanity  //  brass handles  //  brass knobs  //  faucets

marble hex floor tile  //  shower tile  //  sconces  //  mirror

You can see more about this floor plan changes in this post about the master bedroom, but essentially, we gave up a small bedroom at the back of the house for this bathroom and a separate mudroom/laundry room. It was COMPLETELY worth it from a resale stand point to have a better master bathroom with a double vanity, large walk-in shower and a separate water closet.  Here’s what the room looked like during framing. I wanted to incorporate ledges, shelves and benches in the shower for more storage and some interesting movement so the shower wouldn’t look like a big white box.

When you’re designing a space, you have to think about the details as much as possible. One of the exercises I like to do in my design process is sketch before I put designs into CAD. I have a hard time getting creative in drafting programs, but sketching helps my brain loosen up a bit!

One of my favorite sketching techniques (this works especially well for tile layouts or gallery walls) is after drywall is up, take a photo of the space with your phone, brighten it in your phone or in photoshop so the image itself it really, really light and then print it out in black and white. Here is the photo I took of the shower area with my phone before lightening and printing.

I use my very favorite erasable pens to sketch right on the printed image. This exercise forces me to think through almost every detail of the tile install. Grout color (PolyBlend Warm Gray). Corner edge detail (matte gray schluter). Glass shower door and panels size and swing. Direction of pattern, especially on the top of the pony wall and valve ledge. Etc, etc, etc.

I chose this gorgeous terra cotta brick subway tile from Wayfair that we had installed in an offset vertical pattern, which is one of my favorite patterns for a large shower.  We chose a marble hex tile for the floors and I think the two are so pretty together!


The vanity is also from Wayfair and I’m obsessed with the cabinet color (a beautiful blue-gray) and the flush inset drawers and doors. This cabinet would be $2500+ to have made be a cabinet maker, and this one came WITH the marble countertop and the sinks!! Such an amazing value! (And it’s on MAJOR sale right now!)

We ended up changing the hardware to these brass pulls and these knobs to better match the brushed gold faucet finish. I like the smaller scale of these a little better too!

Painter’s tape is one of my favorite design tools. I basically have a roll and a tape measure in my bag or car at all times! Before we ordered the mirror, I taped out the ideal size to my eye and then measured the dimensions. I’ve mentioned this before, but Wayfair has an incredibly accurate search function. I put in a range for my desired dimensions and searched for floor mirrors and found several that worked for us! Sometimes I prefer one long mirror over two smaller if I’m trying the make the room look brighter and bigger! The bigger the mirror, the more light is spread around!

I also used painter’s tape to figure out electrical placement for the sconces. Can you believe how affordable these sconces are!? I was PUMPED when I saw they were really beautiful in person too. Such a great buy!

vanity  //  brass handles  //  brass knobs  //  faucets

marble hex floor tile  //  shower tile  //  sconces  //  mirror

I don’t have any photos of the water closet but it’s behind the door to the right you can see here! Also check out that cool floor drain that incorporates the tile pattern!

We also got a lot of the accessories in here from Wayfair as well! Like the striped Turkish towels, the brass wall hooks and the rug in front of the vanity.

striped Turkish towels  //  wall hooks

I hope you love the way this space turned out as much as I do! As always, here are the links to the sources for this project, and we’d like to thank Wayfair for partnering with us on this room! Be sure to check out their Renovation Sale items!

Evergreen Master Bathroom Source List:


Marble Hex Floor Tile

Shower Tile

Brass Shower Trim



Brass Handles

Brass Knobs


Wall Hooks

Striped Turkish Towels

Hand Towels


Wall Art

White Vase

Wicker plant stand on vanity (plants are faux from local craft store)

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30 thoughts on “Evergreen House: Master Bathroom Reveal

  1. Pretty! Can I make one comment? I wish we could stop seeing Turkish carpets in these reveals (ie. Every bathroom blog). Have you ever gotten out of the shower on a vintage rug? They are not comfortable and get very smelly when wet. About as impractical of a bathroom rug as you can get. How about some pics of actual bath mats, that are actually beautiful AND useful?

  2. Well done. It’s beautiful. Especially love the tile on the shower walls. It’s a little different from what we are seeing lately.

  3. That mirror is amazing. It looks great with the other finishes and I love the idea of one mirror instead of the expected two..

  4. Can you provide a link to the actual wall hooks? The link above takes you to wall hooks that look different from the ones shown in the photos. Thank you!

    1. Oh! Sorry about that Rosie! I thought these were the hooks! We are working on a lot of house projects at once so maybe these got mixed up with guest bathroom hooks! Let me dig around in my inbox and see if I can figure out where these are from…

  5. This bathroom is so well done. I love how the rug pulls together the colors from the vanity, towels, and tile. And then the few punches of dark for contrast. Just so pleasing to the eye!

  6. lovely! wow, vanity and sconces all sold out. i am in midst of two DIY bath renovations. We are trying to swap some hardware for brass too, but found that the original to the vanity left a big ring with missing paint when we removed it. Any experience with this? What did you do if so? I called the company and they weren’t sure which paint it was but sent a possible touch up kit but I havent been brave enough to try it yet. Interestingly, they also said that changing out the hardware nulls the warranty (also just interesting since everyone is switching to the brass these days). Thx :)

  7. It’s so beautiful, I love how you can find beautiful elements with a tiny budget
    You are my favorite designer, because I can find inspiration through your post in a real life .
    Thank you Jenny for all this free work for us

  8. Beautiful – as always. :)
    Can you share where you found the black picture frames? Thank you, Jenny!

  9. it all looks great! it looks like the trim and wall color are slightly different from each other. would you mind sharing the colors? thanks!!

  10. Hi, I love the bathroom and all that you do! I was wondering what sconces did you use? The link for the sconces takes you to a sconce that has clear globes. Thank you!

  11. May I ask what color grout you used for subway tile? I’m doing something similar and love this color.

  12. Jenny, you’re extremely talented and this room shows it! All the tiny details like the gold hardware are so beautiful. But then it’s also designed well all the way from the base. GOOD JOB!!!

  13. Hi! I absolutely LOVE this! I was wondering where you found the milk glass looking domes for the scones? The ones on Wayfair are showing as clear glass and I love to find the ones that you have! Thanks so much! Love you, love your blog so much :)

  14. Hi, this whole bathroom is lovely. I’m actually considering that same vanity for our remodel but have a question and haven’t found anything online. Those drawers under the sink: are they actually usable? do they have a custom shape inside to maximize space?

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