Home Theater Bath – Final Reveal
Once the bonus room to home theater transformation was complete, the bathroom up there was in need of a makeover. (Click Here to see the previous posts).
I didn’t really have a vision for this room when I started – it all started with the new wall paint. I used a pale gray-blue with a metallic glaze. I wanted to keep it light as there are no windows in this room and as a contrast to the darker theater outside.
The only original parts of the bathroom remaining are the vanity, tub, toilet and floor. The distressing on the vanity was toned down with an ebony stain marker. The slab mirror had some black trim added. (Just want to note that it’s hard to get the colors to photograph correctly in this room between the lights, lack of windows and light coming from the other room.)
The dark hardware was replaced with brushed nickel.
A sparkling granite took the place of the ivory cultured marble countertop and a new faucet and tile backsplash dressed things up.
All the bathroom accessories were changed to brushed nickel.
The tile backsplash is made up of clear and opaque glass and shell.
I printed off some of my photographs from our trip to Charleston, SC for the walls.
Below is a close up of the metallic glaze on the walls.
I think it turned out pretty nice. It’s a bit fancy for a room that doesn’t get a lot of use, but I figured I could get away with it since it’s the “theater” bathroom.