One Room Challenge Main Bathroom Week 8 – REVEAL



If you’re new here…Hi! I’m Cass! Welcome to the One Room Challenge!

I’m a mom, wife, and fearless DIY’er. I live in Eastern Virginia with my little family. I’ve been passionate about the idea of homemaking since I was a young girl. I started trying to make our house a home when my husband, David, and I bought our first house. This started with painting and small home decor crafts.

My visions started becoming bigger but our budget was still small. Once my husband began leaving home on long deployments, I realized that if I wanted to make those bigger projects happen, I would have to just do it myself. I then began, little by little, trying out new things and teaching myself to use new tools. Now, in our third home together, I have learned how to tackle MUCH larger projects. Making my home with my own two hands has become my PASSION! I love taking my big ideas and making them come to life and I hope to inspire others to do the same!







I think that this bathroom is the most special space that I have ever created. I am obsessed, emotional, tired, and THRILLED. And in a bit of disbelief that I made this happen with my own two hands…WHAT?!? I know that I make things with my hands all of the time…but this. THIS. I dreamed up this little vision of what my perfect bathroom would be and straight up made it come to life with my OWN TWO HANDS. I’m not crying, you’re crying 😭



I am so incredibly grateful for Linda Weinstein and to my amazing sponsors that have made this opportunity happen for me! And I am thankful for my followers for being the most supportive and encouraging community. Without you, I would have never been able to have such an amazing opportunity!

Unfortunately, my shower glass did not make it in time, but I will be installing that soon! There will be a glass shower door and window.


The arch…

This space completely changed when I shortened the length of this wall separating the shower and tub and added this little peekaboo arch window to let some natural light into the once dark and sad shower. It was the most perfect solution to bringing light in while giving the space some special character. This Zellige Tile from Riad Tile (in Natural White) give so much warmth and texture in this space! I love how it feels so “old world” and special!


I am also SO in love with this Calacatta Quartzite from Best Brazilian Granite. The way that the stone waterfalls down to the floor in the tub alcove makes my heart sing! This was such a special touch for the space.



All of these beautiful brass fixtures are from Build with Ferguson, from the Moen Colinet Collection (in Bushed Gold). I could not imagine any other fixtures in this space! In addition, I chose these beautifully sleek Kohler sinks (in Dune) and this stunning Kohler Memoirs Toilet, which feels like it was made for this bathroom.

Vanity Dresser

During week 7, I transformed this vintage dresser (which I found for $75 at a thrift store) into the vanity of my dreams. You can read about that here! I used some base cap moulding (the same kind that I use for all of my box paneling) to frame out the mirrors for a special touch. My mirrors are flanked by these beautiful Mitzi Merri Sconces! I love that these offer a soft and delicate touch above the bold and dark vanity.



This beautiful and sleek pocket door hardware by Emtek fits perfectly on the pocket door that I installed during my first week of this renovation. And THAT RUG! I knew that I wanted  a pop of red/pink in this space when my vision first came together. My friend Nicole, from Bente Vintage Rugs went on the hunt and sourced this for me. It is absolutely perfect in here!



And the last touch that I added to this space, which might be my favorite view of the bathroom. My twin sister Kelsey Lane (Copeland Studio), painted this beautiful and organic piece on canvas for me. Those raw edges just kill me in the best way. It perfectly balances the whole space. And it is SO special…just like this space 🥰



Sigmon Architecture Photography


Swiss Coffee by Behr (satin)

Tricorn Black by Sherwin Williams

Anew Gray by Sherwin Williams


One Room Challenge Sponsors

*all images are clickable

Sinks : Kohler Verticyl (dune)

Tile : Zeillige 2×6 Riad Tile (Natural White)

Fixtures : Moen Colinet Collection (Satin Brass)

Toilet : Kohler Memiors 

Pocket Door Pull : Narrow Modern Pocket Door Mortise – Emtek

Sconces : Mitzi Merri Sconce 

Slabs : Best Brazilian Granite


One Room Challenge SOURCES

*all images are clickable

Rug : Bente Vintage Rugs

Canvas Art : Copeland Studio 

Flooring : Cali Bamboo Pacific Oak Geo Wood

Tub : American Standard Studio Tub

Shower Door : Fab Glass & Mirror 

Roman Shade : Motorized Classic Roman Shade in Simply White

Mirrors : Cryodex Frameless Mirror 18 x 36

Towel Hooks : Moen Colinet Single Robe Hook

Hand Towel : Lena Black & White Hand Towel

Waffle Towel : Caria Towel – Shoppe Amber Interiors

Glass Tray : Pressed Glass Tray

Toothbrush Holder : Ribbed Toothbrush Holder

Tissue Box Cover : Rye Tissue Box Cover

Japanese Art : Crane & Pheasant Art

Black Frames : Gallery Matted Photo Frame – Black

Toilet Paper Holder : Shoppe Amber Interiors

Soap : Shoppe Amber Interiors 



Make sure you check out all of the other Featured Designer’s reveals for the One Room Challenge!


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Brownstone Boys|  Dominique Gebru | Gray Space Interiors| Haneen’s Haven

Home Ec. | Nile Johnson Design | Pennies for a fortune | Prepford Wife | Rachel Moriarty Interiors

Sachi Lord | Susan Hill Interior Design | This Is Simplicite | Tiffany DeLangie | Victoria Lee Jones

Media BH&G | TM ORC

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  1. You accomplished SO MUCH. You are beyond an inspiration and are so deserving of everything you sow. Keep going!

  2. You should be proud of what you’ve acccomplished! I can’t wait to see the finished room. You are an inspiration- so amazing to see how you just get in there and accomplish all of the challenging work. The dresser to vanity transformation is amazing. Good luck with your finishing steps!

  3. Amazing! Loved watching this whole process. Will you be sharing cost details ? Looking to redo my primary bath as well!!

  4. Wow! This makeover is incredible. You inspire me to try new things and to just get out there and do it! Beautiful bathroom (and house, obviously lol).

  5. WOW!!! You hit the ball out of the park! Enjoy a glorious soak in your tub. Can’t wait to see what your next project will be once you have rested after this one.

  6. This is the most beautiful bathroom ever!! You must be so proud, Cass!!

  7. I am absolutely in love with this! Hoping we will be able to close on a house and can’t wait to fix it up! Debating on how I should go about it since there’s a lot!

  8. Ok, I’m a pro builder of many years. I can’t believe the detailing and quality you did. It’s just impressive. The box frame for the arches. You did schluter behind the tile. Above all the design is great. I don’t think I could do a better job. My hats off to you for encouraging many others and doing things with quality in mind.

  9. This turned out so great! What are the dimensions of the bathroom if you don’t mind me asking? Thanks! xo

  10. Hi Cass! I still think about this awesome bathroom makeover you did. Can I ask you what the approx dimensions of your room are? I’m brainstorming bathroom layouts for an upcoming remodel and it would be so helpful to have a reference of the size of your room as I design it! 🙂 Thanks so much!!