After years of planning and scheming, the master bathroom remodel is (finally) complete!
I partnered with Moen on this remodel, and their faucets are definitely the centerpiece of the room.
Although I love updated brass, I decided to stay safe and go with either brushed nickel or oil-rubbed bronze finish. I turned to you all for advice, and brushed nickel was the winner!
I wanted faucets that were sophisticated and timeless, and the Weymouth Brushed Nickel Two-Handle High Arc Bathroom Faucet was love at first site for me.
The faucet’s Victorian details include percelain inlays with antiqued decorative script and a refined shepherd’s spout and just scream luxury.
When I dreamed up our bathroom remodel design board, the first thing I searched for was a tub filler.
The Weymouth Brushed Nickel Two-Handel Tub Filler is what dreams are made of. It is absolutely stunning.
The faucet includes a removable hand shower.
Keeping with the sophisticated timeless look, we also used the Weymouth Brushed Nickel Posi-Temp in the shower.
The lever on the shower head makes it easy to adjust the water, and it is equipped with the PosiTemp® pressure-balancing control valve to help maintain water temperature in the shower.
The shower head is generously sized (9″ diameter) and has three times more spray power than most rainshowers for a more thorough rinse.
Moen also makes gorgeous accessories including towel holders and toilet paper holders. I found the Weymouth Brushed Nickel Posi-Tempat Home Depot, and have never loved a toilet paper holder more! It pivots to change out the paper, so I will no longer have flying springs escaping my hold.
My goal for this bathroom remodel was timeless sophistication, and I think Moen helped me achieve that goal with their gorgeous pieces.
A special thanks to Moen for partnering with me on my dream bathroom!
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