Click here to see how the bathroom looked before.
It still needs some styling…perhaps a Mason jar with some fresh picked flowers. I’d love to do a cafe curtain on the all wood window in white to kind of break up the moulding a bit.
I know it still needs that je ne sais quoi…perhaps a little shabby farm table to right of the pedestal sink to hold Turkish towels or baskets full of bath accessories.
I am very happy with how the tiling came out: warm and modern.
We found the original ornate switch plate in the attic…the house that keeps on giving:)
I know it kinda doesn’t match everything in the room, but it IS special and original so I went with it!
Overall, I am very happy with the update. Now, on to style the bathroom and do some photo editing.
This is one of 3 bathrooms that I am renovating over the next 3 months. In fact this one should be complete by this weekend. I was inspired by a crisp white palette with beachy tile undertones. This bath is the largest in the house, so I guess you could call it the master. Although, it is pretty small, I thought adding a classic pedestal sink and lightening up the space could make it feel larger.
The home which is over 100 years old has classic influences mixed with modern updates. The windows have an all wood trim and I am thinking of doing a cafe curtain here to minimize the warmth of the brown…still not ready to go for painting out the trim completely white.
I hope it will come out really beautifully. I will be sure to post photos early next week when the renovation is complete.
Maybe some sea green color or pattern somewhere? What do you think?