When designing a room or a whole house, creating mood boards can help keep all of your ideas in one place.
It also helps me to see how things will look all together. If I am being honest, I have already changed things up on these boards, because I didn't like how they looked together. Let's take a look shall we?
Little Buddies Bathroom
I wanted high contrast with a black floor. But I didn't want it to feel too sterile so I am having his vanity made in with white oak to bring in some warmth.
- Shower head
- Shower Bar
- Shower doors
- Black Hexagon Tile - Dal Tile
- 16x4 Subway Tile - Dal Tile
- Black Penny Tile -Dal Tile
- Liberty Quartz Countertop -Dal Tile
- Quarter sawn Oak vanity - Foxwood Cabinets
Girls Jack and Jill Bathroom
My girls will each have their own vanity room so I wanted to put their personality in each space.
My oldest daughter loves Boho and mid century modern. I wanted to bring that feel into her bathrooms. So, I found this mirror and worked around it.
My middle daughter has more of an elegant pretty style. I had been searching for a wood bead mirror. When I found this one for a great price I snatched it up and designed around it.
- Round sconces
- Boho Mirror
- Quarter Sawn Oak Cabinet - Foxwood Cabinets
- Picket Tile backsplash - Dal Tile
- Shower Head
- Shower Bar
- Wood Bead Mirror
- White Sconces
- Beveled subway tile - Dal Tile
Designing the master bathroom has been fun and challenging all at the same time. My hubby is 6'4" so he messes with some of my wants. ha ha. For example when you have a tall hubby you have to have really tall mirrors so he can see the top of his head. Instead of putting vanity bar lights really high I opted for hanging sconces. That way I can adjust them as needed. I also found a tub he can fit in!!