Seeking Lavender Lane



Paneled Wood Wall in Primary Bath

One of the greatest feelings in the world as someone who loves to dream up spaces is the final reveal! When everything that is in your head comes to life and you can finally see it with your eyes and not just your mind. The primary bath was one of those spaces that took much patience as delays, leaks, mistakes, and well…time lead to about a 7 month official reveal! Sadly I do not have an original photo of what this side of the room looked like prior to the leak but we did lose an original built in which was a big reason for wanting to add that wood detail back in and create this wood paneled wall for that a dressing room look. 

Back tracking you all just a bit for those that might of missed what this room was and what leak I am talking about. We had a leak in this space 2 weeks after closing on the house in April. The upstairs toile (Now Anthony’s bath) leaked through and destroyed much of this room which they required ceilings to remove, floors to be replaced, and the original built-ins to be removed. 

Here is the BEFORE photo from after the leak…


and now the much awaited AFTER!

The wood that our carpenter used was a white oak and he chose this due to the moisture in the area to prevent the wood from warping. It’s stained to match our floors in special walnut and finished with a satin poly. 

The 3 drawers in the middle are push drawers and we had them put in to add extra storage. The door leads to our water closet and we added this stunning door knob

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6 Responses

  1. OMG this is absolutely GORGEOUS! The understated opulence is just wonderful. Your blog gives me ‘remodeling envy’. 😊

  2. Gorgeous!! So interesting and something I haven’t seen as a trend.
    This is REAL style. Enjoy your work!

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