They are done! Our working, functional, and probably more importantly, pretty, pretty bathrooms are complete. Actually, the construction has been done for about a month or so, but with work, kids, and well…life, it took me a little while to pull the finishing touches together. I’m still not completely sold on some of the choices (for instance, the pendant in our bathroom is a little too small but I already owned it and the budget was super tight at that point) but all together I’m thoroughly in love.
There’s a lot to share so I’m going to do this in two installments. Today’s will be the girls’ bathrooms. So let’s begin!
This is our before. Not terrible, but not us.
And the after:
We were able to salvage the tile floor but the rest is all new. To save money, we bought a large 3cm Carrara marble slab and was able to use it for both the girls’ bath and ours. The hardware is a mix and match of knobs from Martha Stewart at Home Depot and allen + roth pulls, from Lowes, both in polished nickel.
I found the faucets at Overstock. One came damaged, but they’ve got terrific customer service and had a new one out to me in no time at all.
The mirrors are antique. If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you’ll know I’m a big lover of the mix between modern and old. I feel like vintage and antique items bring an authenticity and complexity to a space that newly purchased things just can’t replicate.
Speaking of vintage items, these 1950’s watercolors were a perfect compliment to the Pink Prism Behr paint I chose for the walls.
The towel bar is from the Grafton line at Restoration Hardware. I loved it so much I installed the same one in our bathroom.
When it came to the shower curtain, I couldn’t beat the styling and price of this one from the Threshold line at Target. Have I ever told you home much I love Target? But then again, who doesn’t?
And that’s a wrap. The girls love it just as much as I do. Make sure and keep an eye out for the grand reveal of our master bath later this week!