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Stunning and Significant Master Bath | Kara Paslay Design

Stunning and Significant Master Bath

Stunning and Significant Master Bath

Hey Friends!  I am excited to post a space today that I have revealed incrementally, but never as a finalized, complete space.  This project came about when we got a call from a producer of the show, “Extreme Weight Loss.”  If you are a fan of the show, you know that in previous years they’ve done small room makeovers for contestants.  This year, their was a particular contestant that lived just down the road from us in a neighboring town.  Instead of the typical exercise room makeover, the producer asked if we would be interested in redoing the master bath because of the bad memories that had been created there.  Georgeanna hated this space because her weight had caused the shower floor to crack and break.  This was a daily reminder of something she was less than proud of…and in light of the transformational journey she was about to embark on, the family and producers felt this was the space that had to be addressed!

Tim and I are firm believers that our surroundings have the power to encourage or discourage us, inspire us or drag us down.  I was particularly excited to work on the master bathroom because it really is the space where you start your day! Every morning you get ready to face the world in your bathroom……and generally the design there is less than inspiring.  So, of course, Tim and I jumped at the chance to create a design that was not only beautiful in style, but extremely meaningful in design! Here’s a look at what we did…

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The fish scale feature wall was the show stopper in this space.  Click here to learn more about the process I went through to create it!

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We wanted something to draw your eye to the back of the room in order to make the room feel bigger.  This Moorish Wood Wall did just that!  Read more about that project here!

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The Baroque Mirrors were some of the most meaningful pieces we created for the space.  They were made up of sorts of shapes that spoke to the couples’ history, indiviual personalities, and dreams!  We love the way they turned out! Read more about that particular project here!

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I just love how this space came together! Don’t forget to give your own bathroom some inspirational pieces to prepare you to tackle each day with appreciation and encouragement!

This article has 3 comments

  1. Ryan

    Kara,
    I am always in love with your designs and unique creative touches to spaces. Question regarding the stencil size for that bathroom hombre make-over…did you purchase the large or the small size stencil? I have been contemplating re-doing my guest bath and would love to know what size is more feasible to work with for a smaller stencil pattern in a small space.

    Regards,
    Ryan

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