First, the shower tile - Interior Identity: Bubbly by MosaicTileSupplies.com:
We've decided that this guest bath has a tub/shower combination, so we picked out this CUTE Ice Circles Shower Curtain at BedBathBeyond.com:
Now, for a vanity-- this one is a bit of a DIY project, but we couldn't resist. We found this article on the DIY Network about repurposing antique & vintage furniture for the bathroom, which inspired us to pair a vessel sink with an antique dresser.
We found the DeNovo Bergles Glass Vessel Sink at Overstock.com:
This vintage dresser is thanks to the Life In The Fun Lane Blog, as is the inspiration for using driftwood as a functional decor item, which we will discuss shortly.
This dresser is a great size for a single vessel sink, because it leaves room on either corner to hold a few fun but functional decor pieces (not to mention the storage space underneath). On one side, try a small grouping of bottles & jars (mix new with vintage pieces) to store cotton balls, small soaps, bath salts or oils and lotions. Just use a cork for any bottles that don't have their own lids. The apothecary jar set (with the luscious etched pattern) is from Graham and Green. The others were found on eBay, for $15 or less.
Use the other side of the vanity counter for hand towels, and this gorgeous Alabaster Inlay box, perfect for a bar of handmade soap. The alabaster box was also found at Graham and Green:
Above the vanity, we picked a 20" round hanging mirror with a ball chain that we think works with the quirky bits in this bathroom. We found this one at AllModern.com - the Babbette Moderne Mirror:
Next, the floor. We like the charcoal color in the frosted glass tile, but we wanted something a little more unique for the floor, so we chose the Lyric Unglazed Penny Round Mosaic Tile in Charcoal from MosaicTileSupplies.com:
For the walls, we decided to go with Beadboard panels (from Beadboard.com) 2/3 of the way up the wall, and a beautiful blue paint (MPC Match for HulsJaybird) from MyPerfectColor.com:
For a few finishing touches, we chose a fun print we found at Nimli.com - The Doan Gilman Weathervane print - the driftwood (repurposed as a towel rack) that we referred to earlier, found at Completely-Coastal.com, and a round microfiber bath rug in Aloe Green, at BedBathStore.com:
That's all for now. We'll be back soon with our next Interior Identity virtual room makeover.
In the meantime, Keep Coloring on the Walls....
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