Bathroom and Barn Door Progress with Rustica Hardware

Over the past few months we have been working hard renovating our small master bathroom. We live in an old house that belonged to my husbands' grandparents. The bathroom in our master bedroom is very small compared to master baths today.

Here is the bathroom right after the drywall was installed. My husband completed all the work himself, including the drywall, plumbing, and tile installation.

My plan for the space was to design it so that it appeared much bigger than it actually is. To do this, I planned on using white subway tile, white ship lap on the walls, and a vintage black and white tile for the floor.

I fell in love with this hexagon tile from Lowes.

Here you can see the ship lap installed, as well as the white subway tile.

Here is the other side...the challenge here was finding a vanity and sink that fit into this small space beside the shower.

Here is the wall after we painted it white, and can see just how small the spot is to put the sink.

Before, the bathroom had a regular door that swung into the bathroom, making it even more cramped. To solve this, we decided to install a barn door that would allow better ease in and out of the bathroom.

My grandpa wanted to help out in the making of the barn door! Isn't that so cute?! Hehe..I'm glad I snap moments like these.

We found the perfect hardware from Rustica Hardware for the door. How amazing is this finish on the hardware?! We choose the H Strap in the "Antique Pewter" finish.

Here is a sneak peek of the installation in our bedroom. It has a distressed finish which I LOVE! I think it's unique, which if you know know how much I love this then! Here is the track installed above the door.

Here is a peek of the door with the hardware! Eeek!

I cannot wait to show you the final reveal!! I should have it coming next week. I just have a few final touches!

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