- Short matte black drawer pulls: Amazon | Similar: Schoolhouse
- Matte black knobs: CB2 (mine were sold out and replaced with these very similar ones)
- Door handles (very similar): Amazon | Build.com
Fixtures & plumbing:
- Wall-mounted faucets: Wayfair | Home Depot
- Drinking water faucet: Amazon | Home Depot | Overstock
- Bathroom sinks: American Standard (Wayfair)
- Shower fixture: Wayfair | Home Depot
Drawer organizers (similar):
- 12x3x2 clear organizer: Amazon (size I used)
- 9x3x2 clear organizer: Amazon (size I used)
- 6x3x2 clear organizer: Amazon (size I used)
- 3x3x2 clear organizer: Amazon
- 15x6x2 clear organizer: Amazon
- 12x6x2 clear organizer: Amazon
- 9x6x2 clear organizer: Amazon
- 6x6x2 clear organizer: Amazon
- Shallow Drawer Organizer Starter Kit (small drawer): The Container Store
- Shallow Drawer Organizer Starter Kit (large drawer): The Container Store
- 16″ x 20″ Deep Drawer Organizer Starter Kit: The Container Store
- 12″ x 20″ Deep Drawer Organizer Starter Kit: The Container Store
- Medium depth drawer organizers: The Container Store | The Container Store (these links have a variety of sizes and 2 depths, also they call them ‘deep’, but I consider them ‘medium’)
- Interior doors (similar style): Home Depot
- Interior door hardware (similar style): Amazon | Build.com
- Paint color: BM Simply White
- Shower glass: custom made.
- Vanity: designed by us and custom made.
- Countertop: Italian quartz in pure white
- Floor tiles: cement. All tiles were purchased from local suppliers and local retailers are the only ones I don’t source because we’ve decided to keep our location private to balance out everything we’re sharing publicly.
- An important note about cement tile flooring: We’ve used patterned cement tiles in our Powder Room, Master Bathroom, and Laundry Room. These tiles require a lot of care before and after installation to keep them looking good. I’m not a tile expert but I did a ton of research and understood to the best of my ability the level of maintenance they needed from the start, but we also intentionally chose places to use them that did not get direct water and wouldn’t get too dirty. It is incredibly important that this type of tile be properly sealed because once they stain, it’s almost impossible to get it out since the material is porous. I sealed all our tiles individually by hand (with this sealer: Home Depot | Amazon) twice each before they were installed so that as they were handled in installation they wouldn’t stain. Then I re-sealed them again twice after installation. Then, every 6-8 months, I clean them extra well (with clear soap and water) and re-seal them once. It’s possible this is overboard BUT we intend this to be our forever home so any issues these tiles have many years from now will be ours to deal with so I’d rather play it extra safe and keep them protected. We’ve had a great experience with the sealer we use on our tiles, but always be sure to test any sealer you use on a spare tile or somewhere hidden before you apply it everywhere.
- Cement tile sealer: Home Depot | Amazon (always test on a spare tile before applying everywhere)