You already know that we tore apart our bathroom after a casual trip to Lowes.
And that we are struggling with finishing decisions….to trend or not to trend.
Today, I want to share a whole lot of inspiration with you….just in case you are having second thoughts about that bathroom of yours.
Can we first talk about the “inspiration” you can find on the internet though. Please raise your hand if you have a bathroom the size of my basement because according to the interweb this is totally normal. You should have two showers, and a ten foot vanity, and a sofa…and can I get a hot tub. Somehow we got jipped with just one sink, and no room for a Lazyboy. Lame.
I think a lot of these inspiration photos can be scaled down, and elements can be used in smaller spaces. If we are being honest, I am dreaming that the lottery ticket I bought yesterday is a winner so that I can hand the photos below to a builder and say, “I’ll take one of each”.
Come on lucky numbers….
I love so much about this first bathroom. From the arches creating a “built-in” shower to the mirror that wraps into recessed shelving. That vanity is right up our alley as well. Did you notice the sink faucet is on the wall, now that is fancy.
Tim and I are throwing the “horizontal built-in shower shelf” around a lot these days. We pin them and email them and dream of gorgeous accent tiles in the back of them. I love the oversized shower head and T is feeling the “hidden” storage above the toilet.
Am I the only one that hasn’t seen a towel bar on the side of a vanity? I think it is genius, Tim says that’s old news. Either way how fun are the insides of that vanity? Put that on the to-do list.
This next bathroom is not really the look we are going for, and I generally am not a fan of mosaic tile but can you imagine showering in a pearl. Seriously, that’s what it would be like…a shimmery oyster shower without the fish smell. We really love the frameless shower doors, keeping our fingers crossed that they are in the budget.
Still in love with herringbone….enough said.
We love all the different tile going on in this bathroom, and how cohesively they mix. This makes me want a window so badly, I long to hear the bird chirping while I condition my hair. Maybe one day.
Another image that solidifies my love for subway tile. Swoonity swoon swoon.
I don’t think I can talk Tim into this but I’m obsessed with those hanging light fixtures. We looked at tile similar to this but worried that with no natural light the room would feel dark and gloomy. We are suckers for contrast.
I know this isn’t technically a bathroom….but I wanted to give you a peek at the kindle that started our “glass tile and stainless” fire.
Have you stumbled on any great bathroom ideas?
I got some great ideas from our Facebook fans (thanks guys)!