So the thing (my house) has been photographed several times already (with two major publications still on the way) but I am going to give you the real business. What the rooms looked like before, and where you can get the same items. Are you ready? So here is my bathroom, in all of its finished glory. Let's get an oooohhhh and an ahhhhhhh.
Because this is what it looked like when I first moved in. Can we say sterile, boring and blah? I know you all are jealous of the fixture. It is probably a relic or vintage piece from Home Depot. Good luck trying to recreate the look.
The goal was to implement the most over the top loud wallpaper so I could keep everything else understated. Right? The vision was that the room required antique brass fixtures, glossy white offset subway tile in the shower, tortoise shell accessories and some black to balance it all out.I felt that the wallpaper did everything I could ever want for in respects of art, but I found this simple yet glitzy glam piece from Meg Biram's collection to finish it off just right. Affordable and seriously fits the space like a glove.
Pops of purple, fresh flowers and the bath necessities for any guest that may drop by unannounced. Bath salts (not to snort), talc powder, beautiful soaps and finished off with a sea sponge.
Voila! It is hard to capture in the image, but the room is also sporting an oh so lovely black and white accent rug to ground all of the color. I dig it.
Get the look: Shower curtain
Next up on me getting my shiz together and sharing my hard back breaking work, the boudoir! Stay. Tuned.