Master Bathroom

I know you have all been on pins and needles since I posted the tour pictures from the master bedroom and didn't move right into the bathroom, too.  Right?  Since we still had some random finish work to do at the time, I decided to split the master suite into two posts.  After I finished the birch trees art and we finished caulking and painting some trim, things are finally looking great in there!
This is the view from the bedroom, which you can see in the mirror.  I got that shell-trimmed curtain for under $10 at DownEast Home a couple of years ago.  We also have a privacy shade over that window, for entirely obvious reasons. 
When we painted our bedroom and bathroom grey, we discovered that the builders had used non-paintable silicone caulk all around the shower and tub.  Instead of scraping it all out and redoing it, we put cove trim over it.  It actually adds another level of customization that we really ended up liking in the end, but in the end I'm not sure that it was really the timesaver we were hoping for.  Regardless, I am glad we chose adding trim over scraping out caulk!
This is probably my favorite shot of the bathroom.  We also framed over our boring builder mirror, which I love.  The tile on the counter is for me to set my flat iron on while it is hot.  My husband didn't want it to ruin the counter, so I just grabbed a six inch tile and put felt corners on the back.  Done!
From this view, you can see the door to the toilet room on the left and the closet on the right.  Neither of those tiny rooms got photos based on their sheer boredom factor.  We haven't changed them at all since we moved in.  You can see my boxwood topiary there on the counter, though.
I am still thinking of hanging something on the wall there above the towel bar, I just haven't figured out what yet.

Well, that's pretty much it for today.  Still yet to come on the tour: main bathroom, laundry room, and playroom.

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