Our En Suite Bathroom Remodel – We Have Faucets!

The choices we made for our classic en suite bathroom for designer dupe light fixtures, sink faucets, vintage style toilet, and shower faucets.

I’ve now dubbed this place the en suite bathroom because it just feels fancier than any other term. 😉

Bath parlor? Salle de bain? (This might be the French lessons from Fancy Nancy talking because my 3 year-old is obsessed at the moment.)

Anyways, the bathroom remodel is slowly trucking along, and we now have light fixtures and faucets!

They look so pretty with the scalloped marble backsplash I can hardly handle it.

scalloped marble backsplash with gold wall mount faucets, faux marble porcelain tile herringbone floor, and wooden vanity in en suite bathroom

Our En Suite Bathroom Remodel Projects

Light Fixtures

We will soon be hanging individual mirrors between the sconce lights. I chose these sconces from Amazon as a cheaper designer dupe.

After living with bathroom vanity lights hanging above the mirror and on either sides of the mirror, I much prefer the sides for putting on makeup.

Lighting hitting your face from above creates more shadows than lighting that hits your face from two directions on both sides of your face, so makeup applications will be easier to see.

scalloped marble backsplash with gold wall mount faucets in en suite bathroom

Sink Faucets

These modern Champagne Bronze wall mount faucets are everything!!

Since the backsplash has that feminine detail with the scallop, I wanted the juxtaposition of a more sleek, clean faucet design.

We’ve used Delta’s Champagne Bronze in our powder room before too. It’s my favorite gold/brass tone because it’s just slightly desaturated enough to add warmth without overwhelming the space with bright yellow.

scalloped marble backsplash with gold wall mount faucets in en suite bathroom

Wooden Toilet Seat Lid

This bathroom’s size and shape is really challenging to photograph, so I had to squish myself into the corner for this photo.

I got this self-cleaning toilet again that we love and have used twice before now.

classic modern bathroom

To help it feel more polished, we had this wooden toilet seat added along with a champagne bronze flush lever.

Those little details make such a big difference… the potty matters. 😉

toilet with wooden toilet seat and gold flush lever

Shower Faucets

We are waiting on a glass shower door that is arriving soon! That’s been part of the hold up thanks to some supply delays.

It’s going to be soooo good with the little details I have planned for it that you’ll see soon.

marble look porcelain tile shower with shower niches

But we finally have shower faucets!

faux marble porcelain tile shower with gold shower faucets

We added this slide bar and hand shower head because if there’s one thing I hate it’s trying to clean shower tile without one of those.

champagne bronze shower faucets in en suite bathroom

We’re maybe 2 weeks away from the finish line? Possibly 3? I’m crossing all the fingers and toes that it happens soon.

We have 14 people staying at our house for Thanksgiving and we currently only have 1 working shower, so that could get interesting it that’s still the situation then. Whew!

faux marble porcelain tile shower
wood bathroom vanity with scalloped marble backsplash

Once the contractors are finished with the last couple of details, Robert and I have a few plans to finish it out with molding, smart small storage, and all of the little decor touches.

So readyyyyy!


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  1. Hi Lauren!
    It’s beautiful!! I’m redoing my guest bathroom. This is great information. What mirrors did you pick?

  2. This looks so good! Your explanations are so good and your taste is fabulous. Thank you for sharing all of your remodeling.

  3. Looks so good! I love all your choices, and how thoughtful you were. Also, your choices are classic, and won’t go out of style :). The shaving spot for your foot in the shower – so great!

  4. It’s looking gorgeous! I fell in love with Delta champagne bronze faucets when I saw them in a show home during our home build. I didn’t end up using them (although we did end up using Delta faucets all throughout the house, as that’s what our contractor/plumber recommended). I totally agree with you on a spray hose for showers; a lot of spec homes only have shower heads and that would also drive me crazy trying to clean! Looking forward to seeing how you finish it out! Question, are the legs on your vanity metal or wood? It’s hard to tell for sure, I thought they looked silver.

    1. Yes! It’s the perfect color without being too yellow. We love Delta too. We had a couple of issues with parts, and their customer service was super responsive to fix it. The legs on the vanity are silver, but I’ll be doing Rub n Buff on those to match the faucets. It was hard to tell online what color they were but that’s an easy fix thankfully.

  5. We are remodeling 3 bathrooms in a 4 bathroom house. You inspired me to get wood finish vanities as opposed to painted. We have gorgeous walnut vanities now. None of them are completed, one for a shower, the other for a toilet and one you can use the tub. I don’t recommend doing it this way! Your bathroom is just beautiful!

    1. Whew! That sounds exhausting! I’m struggling with just one! Haha! I do think wood vanities are coming back. They could always be painted later if need be. And if the wood is painted later, they can be refinished back to wood eventually too if someone preferred that look, so it’s good to have that flexibility IMO.