We're back with the final bathrooms in our Hallbrook renovation! These baths are used by our client's grown children when they are back for overnight stays. One is connected to their daughter's room, and the other is between one of their son's room and the guest room.
In a large house, we like to find ways to connect the rooms with a few similarities and we thought a fun way to do that would be to use two color ways of the same patterned tile, laid in two different patterns.
In the son's bathroom, we used a deep blue and white color way and laid the tile in a random pattern so it showed different shapes. How true is it that "random" always takes super long to lay out? Hello, brain teaser ;)
We mixed metals a bit in here since the bathroom had two separate sink areas, using black for plumbing and brass for ledge pulls. We had custom white oak vanities made and found a cool wood wall rack for towels. While jute is not commonly used as a step out mat, we loved it here in a bath used only occasionally.
We used the floor tile in the inside of the shower ledge and added a teak stool, as I am a firm believer every stand up shower needs a perch of some sort.
In the daughter's bathroom, we used a muted pink and white tile and laid it in a really symmetrical diamond pattern. When the floor tile is bold, I aim to keep the rest classic so we opted for subway tile walls (vertically stacked to mimic the baths in the rest of the house) and super simple white oak vanities.
We styled with wood knob towel hooks, subtly patterned neutral towels and our pressed flower collaboration with Framed Florals. We used brass plumbing, ledge pulls and one of our favorite Happy Sconces in the same tone. The large circular mirror has a putty colored rim, which we think is a fun switch up from the usual metallic tones.
What do you think, do you have a favorite of the two? A few befores so you can see the true transformation!
Before Girl Bath