My uncle is actually doing all of the work for us. He does it for a living - as sort of a one man show "jack of all trades" carpenter. He's family so we can trust him in our house alone for days on end, reasonably priced, and his work speaks for itself.
About a year ago, he tackled another big project for us and totally rehabbed both of our bathrooms. They were completely gutted. There is not one thing remaining that is original. I, unfortunately, did not correctly document the process by taking some "before" pictures. I missed capturing blue shower tile and linoleum floors in all their glory. Alas, "after" pictures will have to do. Our bathrooms aren't huge, so I did my best to get some decent photos
First, our guest bathroom.
We went with a granite countertop, tub and clear glass shower doors, and all dark copper details and fixtures. The toilet, tub, vanity, lighting, mirror - everything is new.
Second, our master bathroom. You wouldn't know it since both bathrooms are the exact same size, but it is directly off our bedroom.
We used the same granite countertop and paint color, but we went with a slightly different color tile (a little bit lighter tan) and all brushed nickel accessories. As in our guest bathroom, everything is new, and we decided to extend the tile in the shower all the way up to the ceiling. Once again, we did the clear glass shower doors.
I am so proud of the finished product because Josh and I picked out every single detail. I am glad we decided to go with the same countertop in both bathrooms, but different tile and fixtures. We were able to achieve two neutral bathrooms that flowed but weren't identical. The guest bathroom is a little "warmer" and our bathroom a little "cooler" color wise. If you look back at the towels in both, you'll notice that the guest bathroom's are more "camel" colored and our bathroom's are more of a "taupe" color. Semantics, yes, but true.
And, it just so happens that we purchased every single thing for our bathroom remodel from Lowe's. From the paint to the toilets, everything was a one-stop Lowe's shopping trip, and we couldn't be happier with the finished product.