Our Master Bathroom Renovation Fixtures and Finishes


Happy Wednesday! I hope you’re having a great week so far! I’m typing this from our #OIBHappy house while visiting friends for a few days and there’s nothing like working seaside! Today I’m sharing a little bit about the fixtures and finishes that we chose for our master bathroom renovation with Lowe’s Home Improvement and I’m excited because we are so close to the final reveal! You can see there are a few finished sneak peeks in this post to keep you wanting more :) If you missed last week’s progress report you can check it out HERE.

Our Master Bathroom Renovation Fixtures and Finishes

When it comes to fixtures and finishes I like to take a few risks in designing a space and choosing brass fixtures would be considered a design risk in many of your books I’m sure. I love all things brass in home design but it’s not your Grandma’s shiny polished brass that I’m talking about. I’m drawn to the more muted, aged brass look like the champagne bronze that I chose for some of our fixtures. It’s a subtle finish that still makes a statement and is a change up from the traditional chrome, brushed nickel or oil-rubbed bronze.

…But, not everything you need for a room comes in brass or bronze so it’s often necessary to mix metals and I’m TOTALLY fine with that! The vanity I chose came with brushed nickel drawers and pulls and I think they work well with the champagne bronze faucets and the brass-framed mirrors. I even painted the spouts of our soap dispensers gold!

As an even bigger design risk, I chose these tall faucets and when they arrived I didn’t think they were going to work but once they were installed I loved them! Whew, I was anxious about that decision for a few weeks before installation but I’m glad I went with the tall ones. I think it gives the space a little more sophistication.


The brass/bronze finish of the Kichler vanity light fixtures blend well with the Delta faucets because they are muted and subtle too. Not shiny or brassy!

The Delta shower fixtures (also in Champagne bronze) are beautiful and like the others they tend to age a little bit with time. They are paired here with the chrome finishes of the shower door and again, mixing metals in this way doesn’t bother me. The brass fixtures are the main act and the other metals only play a supporting role.



{Sneak peek photos by Paige Winn Photo}

So what do you guys think? Would you take the risk and opt for brass fixtures in your home? Do you embrace mixing metals in a space or is that a big no-no in your book? I’ll be sharing the full reveal soon so stay tuned and see how it all comes together!


{This master bathroom renovation project is in partnership with Lowe’s Home Improvement. Lowe’s provided product and materials for the project however all ideas, designs and opinions are my own. Thanks to Lowe’s and thank YOU for supporting the brands that make Simple Stylings possible!}

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    1. Thanks Angelica! I used the same color, Silver, on the floors and walls. Here is the link https://www.lowes.com/pd/MAPEI-Ultracolor-Plus-FA-10-lb-Silver-Sanded-Unsanded-Powder-Grout/1000057517 Hope that helps!

  1. I so love this sneak peek of your bath!! I so adore the mixed metals and the muted brass/bronze finish rocks!! The clean lines of it all just calls out anew classic being made!! Thanks for keeping us in the loop!!

    1. Hi Pam! My sink bowls are pretty shallow so I don’t get a lot of splashing but it did take a little getting used to washing my face kind of to the side of the faucet :)

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