guest bath

I’ve been diligently working with the sweetest couple who are building their first home.  New construction is an exciting experience, however, it’s a long time before you get to see your ideas come to life.  We’re working on allowances, so every penny must be spent wisely, and we have had to learn where to splurge and where to cut back.  Fortunately, both clients have fabulous taste and know exactly what they like…only problem was they had no idea how to pull everything together. 

With friends and family all over the country who frequently come to visit, the goal was to create a guest bathroom that was calm and spa-like.  We’d gone over budget on lighting and flooring in the rest of the house, so we really needed to cut back in the guest bath without sacrificing style.  Here is what I came up with:

We’re starting with a soothing gray paint on the walls:

…that goes beautifully with this hexagonal marble tile floor… 

 …and these marble, 3×6 subway tiles, in the shower…

Two of these sconces…

…will be mounted on either side of this pivot mirror (which I originally posted about here): 


Delta’s Victorian faucet will sit above a pedestal sink:

Woven Roman shades on the window:

A pair of these gauzy linen panels by Ikea will be hemmed to fit the window…

…will be trimmed in this:

And last, but not least, some white, fluffy towels like these monogrammed in black:

 Stay tuned for pictures of the finished project, once construction is done!

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