It is fun and overwhelming all at the same time. Once we start the demo we have to keep going until the remodel is done. I am posting our "before" bathroom pictures. As well as ~my design board~ for our new bathroom. I need your creative minds to help me with a couple things.
- Next is the beadboard wainscot we will be using 4' up the bathroom walls. The bead board will be finished off with a decorative cap/molding and baseboard. Delicate Mist is the color we plan to paint this. Above the beadboard, the remaining wall will be painted Pita Bread (creamy white) to match all our trim.
- We ordered this vessel sink. The faucet we purchased is similar to the one in the picture, but is in brushed Nickel. My husband, Kris will be building the sink base very similar to this one. The sink and base measure about 40" wide. It looks larger in person than it does in the photo above. We plan to paint the base Pita Bread and lightly stain over the top wiping off some as we go. I am looking for a vintage feel. With the floors being darker, I think it may be nice to have the base in a lighter finish for more contrast.
I have a fun project to try on my mirror using driftwood from the banks of the Red River here in North Dakota. I am hoping it turns out well. I will show it to you during the ~reveal. Gosh, that sounds so formal.
I am looking for unique art to go in my bathroom. Maybe black and white? Or not?Seaside cottage, rustic fence by the ocean, ??? My color palette is soft; light blue, cream, white, and tan, etc. You guys have great suggestions, help! I know there are a lot of "beach" signs out there, but I was hoping for something less common, out of the ordinary. My friend, Katie @ brambleberrygrace.blogspot.com is wonderfully, talented. She makes beautiful pieces of art. If you have an extra couple of minutes click on her link above to see some of her pieces she has shared in her posts.
I know that I have some of the *most creative* followers, and will be so glad I asked for your help. Thank you...