This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Signature Hardware. All opinions are 100% mine.
It took a few months longer than we hoped it would with the pandemic, but the renovation on our new office is pretty much wrapped up! We’re so happy with how everything turned out and I can’t wait to share all the pretty spaces with you here. First up is Bathroom #1! We partnered with Signature Hardware on this post and I’m in love with everything they sent us for this space. I’ve used and loved their kitchen and bath products for years!
I always recommend starting with the tile selection in a bathroom design since it’s usually the trickiest to nail down. The tile I chose here (it’s sold out but the maker and name is Somertile Arquivo) has a terra cotta color border and I chose a similar tone for the grout. I decided to play off those tones for the paint color on the vertical paneling (Farrow & Ball Dead Salmon).
To help ground the space, I wanted to find a black or darker wood tone vanity with a white carrara marble top and a brass faucet. I chose this 36″ vanity and I love the color and the texture of the wood grain. So pretty! (This is another beautiful vanity I considered!)
The vanity came with different hardware, but I switched it out for these pretty brass knobs. The old hardware left two extra holes in doors, but this walnut wood filler matched the vanity stain perfectly and you can’t even tell where the old holes were!
I love mixing metals in bathrooms and kitchens! I used a mix of brass, bronze and matte black finishes in this bathroom. Here are some of my favorite pieces below:
The opal globe pendant lights add so much to the space (we just had can lights in here before). It’s so important for every space to get a healthy dose of both black and white accents! These pendants provide both!
I designed the top of the wainscoting to be deep enough to lean art on top, but I forgot to consider how to hang a mirror above the vanity with the 2.5″ deep ledge! Luckily, Signature Hardware has mirrors with tilting arms which is nice both for adjusting the angle of the mirror, but also is plenty deep enough to help the mirror clear the ledge! :)
I love that there is color in this space, but I think it’s the textures of this bathroom that stand out to me the most – from the linen removable wallpaper, tile, paneling and wood finishes. I’d love to hear your favorite part!
A big thanks to Signature Hardware for sponsoring this post and bathroom makeover! Here are all the links to help you get the look:
Baskets under sink – Homegoods
Tile – Somertile Arquivo (sold out)
Vertical Paneling DIY (Paint color: Farrow & Ball Dead Salmon)