Phew. This project was a squeaker. Ashley found out she was pregnant after the renovation was planned and wound up photographing the final space at about thirty-seven weeks. I think she's pretty happy she didn't bring her new baby daughter home while the paint was still drying. Take a look at the finished space!
Instead of the "Wes Anderson on a bad day" bathroom Ashley inherited with the house, her newly renovated space is vintage-inspired but thoroughly modern. The black and white color scheme is classic and timeless, and a solid backdrop for multiple styles. The absolutely awesome tile and tub add lots of character and drama.
Here's the rest of the bathroom, sans decor — all clean and fresh and waiting for Ashley and her family to start using it!
Let's start with the most dramatic feature, which is those cement tiles from Clé Tile called Big Dane. Ashley went for the largest pattern, which makes an amazing and bold statement on the floors and up one partial wall.
The white pedestal sink is the Kathryn from Kohler. The white subway tile from Home Depot provides subtle texture and interest on one wall. The Mist Triple Sconce from Rejuvenation was installed above a metal mirror from Target.
Want to see the bathroom once it's decorated?
The clawfoot tub got a new Kingston Brass tub filler from Amazon. It also got a brand new paint job!
Ashley chose a Kingston Brass Metropolitan Widespread Lavatory Faucet with Metal Cross Handle in Oil Rubbed Bronze for the sink.
The shelf above the toilet was made custom by Ashley's husband, then stained walnut.
To satisfy my need for color, she painted one wall pink using Society Pink by Ralph Lauren from Home Depot.
Now, want to see how that pink wall turns out?