It took Keltie and her husband six months to find their eye-catching marble wall to cover the walk-in rain shower and sit behind the bathtub. "We just kept coming back to this beautiful Patagonia stone," she said. "It's weird, but I love that it really looks like Earth and it's very calming and grounding in the space."
The E! News chief correspondent said she decided to be bold with the flooring by choosing a black cement tile, noting, "In addition to it being really different and chic, it's really nice for hiding dirt and I think the Beachwood of the cabinets really looks cool next to the floors."
Instead of gutting everything, Keltie revealed she utilized the existing materials and appliances that she could.
"We tried to reuse everything we could in the space, like the bathtub," she explained. "And instead of doing custom cabinets, Cory suggested a company called Modern Twig. It's genius, you build the base of the cabinets you want, and then Modern Twig designs and installs custom fronts for you."
Keltie made sure she had a fab area to get red carpet ready.
"We set aside this little desk area, and gave it lighting, lots of little drawers and tons of counter space for when my glam team sets up," she shared. "Additionally, we put power outlets inside the cabinets so that all my beauty tech, like light masks and wands, could be put away but charged at the same time."
Fun fact: Keltie found her bathroom mirrors at Urban Outfitters.
"The white tile is a single standard tile that we placed vertically to make it seem more interesting," she added, "and of course, those Ikea cabinets with Modern Twig fronts."
Keltie revealed storage was important to her, as she's a "beauty product hoarder."
"I knew with my busy life I would only stay organized if I had a foolproof system for where everything went," she admitted. "Cory found us the tiny little knobs and I was hesitant at first because they seemed so simple, but I actually think they finish the space so nicely."
After a long day of being in front of the camera, Keltie can step into her safe haven.