As we’ve been completing demolition on our bathroom and bedroom, I’ve had the opportunity to finalize some of our design plans. After creating inspiration boards and collecting product sources, I’ve finally put everything together and made some final decisions (and purchases!) for our new bathroom. I wanted to create a clean, classic look with vintage vibes to match our 1920’s craftsman-style home and our style.
Herringbone slate floors have been my favorite since I first saw someone use them. I knew I wanted to incorporate them into the design. I also liked the contrasting black/gray with the white subway tile and walls I knew I wanted to use.
I also loved the idea of adding a board and batten to the walls to give it a classic look that matched the trim throughout our house. Above the board and batten I knew I wanted to add something interesting because our ceilings are so high. This wallpaper from Anthropologie was a great addition to the design adding a little bit of character and whimsy to the room.
We are going to build our own vanity that’s similar to this one, but not quite the same. I love having the warmer toned wood to break up the harsher black and white in the rest of the room.
The accessories might change around as I start making final purchases. I’ve already purchased the faucet pictured here.
I was so excited when I finally put this together so I could see how it will look. We are just starting to put walls up and rough plumbing this week, so soon I hope to have some updates on how the finished pieces are coming together!
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