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San Francisco Master Bathroom Makeover

May 1, 2021

Sarah Randall

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We're so glad you're here! We've been transforming spaces together for the past five years and slowly renovating our own 1950's home. Join us as we create a home we love!

Hi, we're Jake and Sarah

This week we went to San Francisco to do a master bathroom makeover. What a blast!

We put Roman Clay from Portola Paints on the walls. I used the color “Skipping Stone.” It’s like an eco-friendly plaster finish that’s for interior walls that are smooth. Since this is going in a bathroom, there’s a seal we are going to put on top so it’s moisture resistant. The Roman Clay adds a really organic/earthy feel.

Next, I painted the vanity. The color right now is very red which is cool, but not the homeowner’s style. I took the hardware off and gave it a light sand before painting. I used the color Urbane Bronze with a paint roller. After I let the paint dry, I reattached all the hardware – WOW. What a game changer. I love the color contrast.

* A note for the primer – it will ruin any brush you use. So, plan on trashing whatever brush you use after!

Jake replaced all the plumbing fixtures and they look amazing.

This master bathroom makeover was tough, but so rewarding!

Here are the links to everything we used in this San Francisco master bathroom makeover. It’s amazing what a little paint can do!


Roman Clay from Portola Paints in color “skipping stone”
Roman Clay topcoat from Portola Paints (call to order)
shellac-based primer
Urbane Bronze by Sherwin-Williams in Satin
water-based seal

vanity light
pulls (5”)
pulls (7.5”)
shower rod
shower rings
towel bar
towel ring
tub handle
tub spout
shower head & handle
toilet paper holder

shower curtain
soap dispenser
large canister
small canister
jewelry organizer
boat basket

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