I’m zeroing in on final plans for our bathroom renovations. You may have seen my post from a few months back showing my master bath finishes, but now I’m working on the hall bath because as crazy as this may sound, it looks like we are going to do both bathrooms at the same time! Gulp. It’s going to be crazy for a few weeks, but I want to get them done and my contractor has assured me there can be some economy of scale. As much as I enjoy design and renovation, my family doesn’t so doing them both simply means I don’t have to put them through it again later. (And yes we do actually have a third bathroom so we can survive).
The hall bath functions as a guest bath, but also as a little girls bath and a pool bath so it needs to be functional and welcoming for guests at the same time. We have this quirky feature where the shower has a sliding glass door that leads outside to the pool. I actually love this feature because it means little people don’t have to drip and walk with wet feet across the wood floors! However, right now all the tile in this room is white so we get lots of dirt tracked in from the wet feet so my goal is to darken the floors, but keep the rest of the room light. Here’s what I’m thinking: slate floors, clean white for the shiplap walls, counters, cabinetry and shower tiles, polished nickel fixtures and a strategic use of cement tile for some character on the shower floor. I’ve been dying to use some fun cement tile, but I don’t want to commit to it in a huge way so by using the slate for the main floor and the patterned cement tile for the shower floor, I get to have my cake and eat it too!
Here are a couple of my inspiration photos:Via: Tamara Magel
I promise to send some before and afters!