Navy and White Bathroom Makeover

I’m thrilled today to be sharing the renovation of our Jack and Jill style bath: a navy and white bathroom with brass and wood accents. Thank you to Floor & Decor for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.


Today is not about the endless tile dust that settles over every square inch of your home.

It’s not about fact that at 8 months pregnant I spent three weeks bending over the bathtub to brush my teeth.

And it’s not about the last-minute assembly of my daughter’s nursery since we removed the plastic that was blocking that room only two weeks before she was born.

Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax

Actually, on second thought, it kind of is about those things…

Not because I want to complain or because those things are really all that dramatic, but because they were worth it.

Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax

We started with a fairly basic builder-grade look: beige faux travertine tile on the floors, counters, and walls, a full wall mirror, and a white vanity.

Before Jack and Jill bathroom remodel- Maison de Pax Jack n Jill Bathroom Renovation- Maison de Pax

I had three main priorities:

  1. Lots of white tile to reflect light (the shower room has a window, but the vanity room does not)
  2. Solid stone countertop (I am just not a fan of grout lines on my counters!)
  3. Deep rich vanity color and wood tones to complement all the white

Floor & Decor was the perfect resource for the first two (and I promise more details about #3 soon!). I took advantage of their free design services and spent time comparing lots of options with the in-store consultant at my local store to choose this beautiful white tile.

Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax
Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax

I love the brightness that the high gloss of these tiles brings to the room and the character in the uneven surface and edges.

Succulent Home accessory above toilet- Maison de Pax

I balanced the high gloss walls with these tumbled marble hex tiles on the floor, and this marble countertop. I originally was planning on a quartz counter, but the one I wanted was out of stock when I needed it, so the store helped me choose this gorgeous marble as an alternative.

Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax

Remember my inspiration post with the designer spaces I loved? I’m thrilled to say that the end result is just what I wanted, and with the great prices I found on the tile and countertops from Floor & Decor, it was done with a very reasonable budget.

Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax

I promise tutorials on the DIY portions of the space soon as well as a full list of sources (Update: full source list now available here!)… But for today, I just want to relish the transformation.

Navy and white bathroom with brass- Maison de Pax

I’d love to know what you think!

Find the Floor & Decor store nearest you here, and let me know if you tackle a renovation in your home. I love to see my readers’ before and afters!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Floor & Decor. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  1. Oh, that vanity is to perfect! I am in planning stages of a bathroom re-do and I am debating between white and blue for the vanity. You are definitely making a great case for blue!

    1. It’s a beautiful redo! Love the colors. Did you have to re-sheet rock after you took out the old tile from the shower area to put up the new tile?

      1. Thank you! I confess that since we contracted it out I didn’t pay very close attention, but I believe they put up new cement board around the tub before installing the new tile.

  2. Love the BLUE vanity! That paired with the slightly textured tile really makes that room shine! Beautiful!

  3. I love the air plants, especially the one in the olive wood vase. What a great place to put them, where they will get plenty of humidity from the shower!

  4. It’s beautiful!! Would you mind me asking where you got your shower curtain? The decor is awesome!

  5. Hi. Your Reno is beautiful. Can you share where you purchased the mirrors and shower curtain in your after photos? Thanks

  6. Best bathroom redo I’ve ever seen!! Tho you don’t know me , I can tell you that that is saying a lot! :-)Of course, slight disclaimer: Cobalt to Navy have been my go to colors for years – and years! Thank you for sharing!

  7. I would like to hear your thought process on using the brass vanity pulls and towel rings with the chrome faucets and other chrome hardware.
    Ps- Love your floor and countertop!

    1. I really like the casual look of mixing metals and I think it works for this space! Plus- hardware isn’t permanent, if the style changes, you can change the hardware too.

  8. absoutely beautiful! I have used Floor & Decor for projects in 4 different houses. Their prices & selection can’t be beat.

  9. Rachel, that is stunning! The attention to detail is flawless. So clean and modern but with a touch of tradition thrown in. Well done! Hope the baby is behaving.

  10. It is gorgeous. I love the blue cabinets. I hadn’t really considered that color before, but now that I’ve seen yours it’s a contender for our master redo. I need to go walk through our local floor and decor.

  11. Absolutely beautiful. I’d never leave the bathroom! I love the color, I’m thinking about painting our kitchen island navy and this gives me the inspiration.

  12. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! Never thought about painting my white cabinet base blue—but I LOVE yours! Looking forward to that post!
    And you are AWESOME doing all this while 8 months pregnant!!!

  13. Love the results! I’m at the end a similar bath redo. Where can you get this shower curtain? It’s perfect!

  14. Love the results! I’m at the end a similar bath redo. Where can I getthis shower curtain? It’s perfect!

  15. It’s very pretty!

    By Jack and Jill bath, do you mean, doors from the bath to EACH of two bedrooms? Not just the two sinks thing?

      1. Thanks! We had a bathroom like that, only I gather it was a “Hollywood bath” — connected hall to bath to our room. But we were eventually able to convert that to two baths, which was lovely (for us, anyway). Because we were sharing it with three of our daughters, and we had to close and lock two doors every time we used it. But it was a pretty large bathroom to begin with.

        1. Yes! I have heard those called continental bathrooms too. I think they are helpful when you don’t have a true master.

  16. Just beautiful! Reminds me of mariner color decor. How did you remove your large mirror? Ours is 2-3x that long and kinda nervous abt moving it. Aren’t you supposed to criss-cross tape across to keep from shattering? Anyway, great job!

    1. Thank you so much! I actually had the contractor remove it, but yes, they usually recommend crisscrossing it with tape to cut down on the shattering. And wear protective gear, of course! 🙂

  17. We’re in the middle of redoing our master bath and this is exactly what I had in mind! I couldn’t tell what color your floors are though. I’m debating between a white/grey marble look or possibly some sort of blue and white patterned tile.

    1. How wonderful! These are 2″ tumbled marble hex tiles. I love the classic look of marble, and the tumbled is a good option because it is less slick than polished marble. Blue and white patterned tile would look lovely, too, though. Best of luck on your remodel!

  18. You have been so helpful. Can you advise on one more thing? The grout lines on the walls in this blue and white bath…are they 1/8th?
    We are doing Daltile Glossy 3 by 6 subway in Artic White in shower. Thinking Mapei Warm Grey grout (thank you very much and I pray it looks as dark as yours!). Also considering Mapei Cobblestone. On the floor, we are doing the same tile in 12 by 18 with a matte finish. Should grout lines be the same in shower and on floor?

    1. Our grout lines are 1/8″ in this bathroom, but they may be a bit more pronounced since the tiles have a handmade irregularity to them. I think there’s freedom to change up grout lines between walls and floors, but it’s certainly not required!

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