How was everyone’s weekend? The weather was absolutely perfect in Houston so we took full advantage of it by opening our windows (a rarity in these parts) and partaking in about as much patio dining as humanly possible. Our days are numbered before the heat, humidity, and mosquitoes ban us to the indoors and full-blast AC.
For the past couple of weeks I have been sharing each of the bathroom plans for the Glen Arbor project. I shared the master bathroom here and last week I shared the Jack and Jill bathroom here. We discussed using a wallpaper on the ceiling of the daughter’s adjoining bedroom, but unfortunately after determining how many rolls we would need, the price just was too high to justify (womp, womp). BUT, we’re thinking of doing an accent wall and we found a great new option that I think is going to work beautifully with her headboard. More on that soon!!! Today, I have the bathroom of the oldest daughter and it is retro glam at its best!!
The initial jumping off point for this bathroom was the request for a patterned tile floor. After sourcing several different options, the homewowner settled on a retro pattern with a slightly feminine feel. I love that it has black, white and gray, offering an extra layer of color and pattern.
|Patterned floor tile|
Complimenting, but not taking away from the floor tile, we chose a classic white subway tile with a black accent band for the bathroom and shower walls. The shower floor will be a small black hex tile.
|Tile walls will be similar to this|
|Cute little hex tile for the shower floor|
Playing up the retro, mod vibe we selected a round metal mirror and two hanging sconces with white glass and a honeycomb texture. The vanity will be black or dark charcoal gray, topped with a white quartz and accented with crystal hardware for a little extra glam. The sink, faucet, and shower fixtures are the exact same as the Jack and Jill bathroom and are simple and clean choices.
|Black metal mirror|
|Love the texture on these sconces|
We’re working on finalizing the details for the adjoining bedroom, but we already have ordered a black and crystal chandelier that coordinates with the bathroom plan. We’re narrowing in on a wallpaper accent wall and a soft peach color for the walls, which always looks fresh against a dominantly black and white color scheme. Looking forward to sharing more of those details soon!!!
|What girl wouldn't love this glitzy chandelier in their room?!|
There is one bathroom left- the powder bath and adjoining guest bathroom, and then I’ll be sharing a few construction updates and discussing the design details for the kitchen and dining room. This home really is going to have a beautiful flow throughout it and I’m excited to keep sharing bits and pieces as they get finalized.