My Master Bathroom Reveal

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Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom

The biggest surprise of this entire move in to our new historic home has been the fact that Kyle and I get separate bathrooms in this house! It was a selling feature that we never expected to come across, but one that definitely sweetened the deal for us.  My bathroom has a tub, while Kyle’s has a shower (don’t worry, Kyle’s bathroom will be revealed soon)– and the separation has been a dream! As any married person could attest to. LOL. We turned my bathroom in to the feminine retreat of my dreams, and I’m so excited to share it with you today!

Eva Amurri Martino's bathroom before renovation and decorating
Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
The built in bookcase in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
Sconces in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
A side table in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom

I’ll start by saying that the incredible black and white floors were original to the home, and the previous owners had put in the beautiful tub in this room.  Both were design elements that I loved so much, and that we wanted to make sure we played up in designing the rest of the space.  My favorite element in the whole renovation of this space was the gorgeous Polycor marble vanity.  I just adore this super rich, interesting black and white natural stone that adds so much luxury to the vanity.  It set the tone for the elegant yet modern feel we wanted in the space.  The wallpaper was the perfect pairing– and brings in that softness I wanted in a space that is geared toward my personal relaxation.  I really love how the mix of metals in this space balances out that softness and creates a bit of the edgy feeling I love in my day-to-day style.  

Bathtub hardware in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
Details on the bookcase in in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
The sink in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
Detailed hexagon knobs in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
A framed drawing that Eva Amurri Martino drew in high school hanging on the wall of her master bedroom

Check out this video to see other design conversations Prudence and I had about this space during the process!

The bathtub in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
The vanity in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
Wall art in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
The countertop and mirror in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom

Design Credits:

The wallpaper in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom
A mirrored vanity in Eva Amurri Martino Master Bathroom

Photographs by Julia Dags

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  1. Jordan says:

    This might be a silly question, but where do you shower? Does Kyle share with you? Or have you forgone showers, and only take baths now?

    09.24.19 Reply
    • Hi Jordan! I answered all these questions in the body of the blog post!

      09.24.19 Reply
    • Erin says:

      Was wondering the same thing Jordan. Reread but didn’t see the answers.

      09.24.19 Reply
      • Amy says:

        Same here, I even watched the video but couldn’t find any answers, lol.

        09.24.19 Reply
      • Hi! In the first paragraph I say that my bathroom has a bath and kyle’s has a shower! That’s where we shower.

        09.24.19 Reply
        • Glenda says:

          Lol ?

          09.25.19 Reply
  2. Justine says:

    Beautiful ! Since it’s such a big and bright space, why didn’t you install your « makeup nook » in there ? Seems like the perfect place ! ☺️

    09.24.19 Reply
  3. Jada says:

    I reread it too and can’t see the part about where you shower. I’m confused.

    09.24.19 Reply
    • First paragraph!

      09.24.19 Reply
      • Jada says:

        Ah, I think the confusion is that you’ve put you have separate bathrooms so you get to do your thing on yours and he on his. Us poor folks can’t relate so got confused lol

        09.24.19 Reply
        • They’re right next to each other. I agree it’s pretty lucky to have!

          09.25.19 Reply
  4. Kristin says:

    Eva where do you shower lol. Kidding, kidding. It’s a beautiful space. Love the wall paper.

    09.24.19 Reply
  5. Mary G says:

    I love the hexagon knobs and the way that they match the floor tile! It is also interesting that you chose other items in the same philosophy of polygonal pattern such as the tray, the lamp and the table, it’s so chic.Spouses having separate bathrooms is the epitome of luxury in a house but the ideal would be that both bathrooms had their own showers and perhaps one of them could have a bathtub as well.Isn’t it inconvenient to have your stuff in your own bathroom and have to go to shower to Kyle’s bathroom and then return again to your bathroom to moisturize or brush your hair or whatever ?And -sorry, but for me- too much nude in there, I wouldn’t stand looking at naked asses or boobs first thing in the morning!

    09.24.19 Reply
  6. Julie A. Siciliano says:

    so clever and ingenious the big mirror with the sconces and the faucet…is it a custom made piece that was hung and then framed out? my mom just redid the bathroom and is on her 4th mirror…just can’t find one she loves, thanks for sharing!

    09.24.19 Reply
    • so this is actually something Prudence dreamed up as a solution! The faucet was original to the space, and the vanity had the sink to the side as it is now. We needed a solution that would make it so that the sconces didn’t seem so wonky next to the offset sink and faucet. I love how the solution turned out! We did the same in Kyle’s bathroom

      09.25.19 Reply
  7. Lauren S says:

    LOL why does no one commenting understand that she showers in Kyle’s bathroom?! laksdjfal;sdkfj

    09.24.19 Reply
  8. Courtney says:

    Am I the only one who looked at this and didn’t wonder where you shower? Lol. ? It’s beautiful and looks relaxing — love it!

    09.24.19 Reply
  9. Britta says:

    Beautiful!!! What a relaxing set up. Stupid question, but how do you open the drawers on the shelving next to the tub? Are they decorative bc it looks like the tub positioning would block from being opened

    09.25.19 Reply
    • Thanks! We made them not too deep, and they actually do open all the way! I think maybe spacially the bathroom doesn’t photograph as true to scale

      09.25.19 Reply
  10. Irina Visan says:

    I LOVE everything about this bathroom!! But especially the mosaic tiles! Even the nude art lol :)) I was once at an Airbnb in Brooklyn and this woman had the coolest nude bathroom art – loved it! Eva your house is so beautiful! I can’t wait to see what you’ll do for the nursery.

    09.25.19 Reply
  11. Glenda says:

    It’s gorgeous. Can’t wait to see the male version. ?

    09.25.19 Reply
  12. Jordan says:

    Both sets of my grandparents had separate bathrooms and they were each married for well over 50 years. My parents shared and got divorced. Needless to say, when I first moved in with my husband I made it clear that I will never share a bathroom!! ?? I feel like it just makes sense!! Love yours!

    09.25.19 Reply
    • Hahah! I love that. Maybe it really is the key to happiness!!

      09.26.19 Reply
  13. Alicia says:

    Very beautiful, I love that pink and white vase in the cupboard. Separate bathrooms are a dream come true lol

    09.25.19 Reply