I'm happy to report that I'm finally getting back to posting reveal pictures of our house. They'll probably be slow to come, but I'm trying to get them out, I promise! First up, the powder bathroom downstairs!
I'll remind you about some of my inspiration photos that I had for this room. I wanted the room to be polished and warm with a little touch of glitz and glamour.
My favorite features were the sconce lighting, the beautiful and glamourous mirrors, and the beautiful counters. This was reflected in my final inspiration board for the powder bath shown below.
And now for how it turned out in real life!
I love the serene feeling that you get in the bathroom. I love the ample drawer space to place extra hand towels and toilet paper for guests. And I love the mix of rustic (the mirror) and glitzy (the chrome fixtures). I am so happy with how the room turned out!
Some details on how we pulled it off:
- We used remnant stone so we got it for a song
- Since our cabinets were custom made they were able to adjust for the narrow wall depth and bump out the sink area which I ended up loving the look of
- We made sure to place the toilet paper roll on the side without the floor vent after experience in our last house where the roll would unroll constantly any time the heat or air ran
- We had these cabinets glazed to give them a higher-quality look
Wall Color: SW 6211 Rainwashed
Flooring: 3 1/4" white oak with a dark stain
Granite: White Vermont (aka Superwhite) remnant
Sink Fixture: Delta Linden Centerset Lavatory Faucet, Chrome
Mirror: Hobby Lobby (they still have them in store and are 50% off often!)
Cabinets: SW 7646 First Star (trim color) with dark gray glaze
Drawer pulls: Chrome Egg Cabinet Knobs (linked are similar)
Lighting: Artcraft Lighting Princeton Transitional Wall Sconce In Chrome With Silver Pleated Shade