I can’t believe I’m actually writing this post! We have finally finished closing in the 990 sq ft area upstairs and passed the final inspections! I love how the whole space turned out but especially the bathroom! From the brass fixtures to the dark blue walls, I’m in love with it all. (Am I using ‘in love’ too much?)
For starters, my main photo of inspiration was a picture I saw on Houzz of a beautiful dark blue bathroom with dark brown vanity and white tile.
Although I had already bought a gray/blue vanity, it ended up not fitting in the space and we had to return it. In hindsight, it was a good thing because I ended up buying a new vanity, dark brown in color.
The tile on the walls was a marble tile from Allen Roth for Lowes. LINKED BELOW.
The floors were leftovers from our original home build and we (almost) had just enough! Good thing we found some similar ones at a tile store. The tile guys were phenomenal. They did a very neat and clean job in three days!
The walls were painted in Posiden by Sherwin Williams.
Now about that vanity. We measured the space for the vanity earlier before the tile work was done. Once the shower pan and tile work were completed however, space proved to be much smaller than first measured. So I was stuck with finding a new vanity. But that may have been a blessing in disguise. I found some beautiful apothecary and console vanities but they were either too wide or over budget. So I decided to just go with the original photo I fell in love with and order the dark brown vanity off Wayfair. And you guys, I am so happy I did! I changed the chrome knobs into brass and pairing them with the brass faucet, it looked awesome! Now I’m pretty sure that the original dove grey vanity would have been too washed out.
The faucet and shower faucet, toilet paper holder, and light switch caps were all ordered from Amazon that I have linked right here.
Mirror was a target find!
Now that we have closed in the walls upstairs, we will start listing our home, packing, and renovating our fixer! It’s been a busy season but I am so excited to fill this blog with fun before and afters and updates on our progress!