Chicago's new Longman & Eagle guesthouse features six rooms that are all worth a second look. Designed with a sharp aesthetic, the rooms feature custom furniture, interesting finishes and up-to-the minute artwork. But today, we're looking at the beautiful bathrooms done with a very contemporary mix of old meets new.
We love the juxtaposition of forms and textures at play in these bathrooms: A classic clawfoot tub in the same room with minimal boxy sinks. Warm dark wood paneling with super shiny white subway tile. The hard edge of a glass shower enclosure next to a vintage curvy mirror.
Another great aspect of this look? It seems do-able on a budget. The materials — subway tile, penny rounds, open shelving, vintage mirrors and hooks — all are accessible and available at price points that shouldn't break the bank.
This set of photos are going straight into my inspiration folder...and that hanging terrarium is already on my wishlist.
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