Guest Bath Project Mood Board

3.03.2015

The guest bath project is moving right along. The tile floor was laid last night!

I put together this mood board of what I have ordered so far and things should start arriving this week. I ordered the black granite counter with sink first and then realized I would not be able to use oil rubbed bronze fixtures, like we have in the rest of the house, so I decided on polished nickel. I think this bathroom is going to be my favorite once it all gets done.





My hard working man.
 This tile was a booger to install.

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40 comments:

  1. Love the black & white, aalways a classic! Any thoughts on paint colors, fabrics, and accents yet?

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    1. Beadboard on walls will be white. Color above I'm not positive yet. Might use Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore. We will be having the tub sprayed white next week and will have to use a cloth liner and two tall drapery panels hanging as high as they can over the tub. The bath/shower enclosure goes to the 8 foot ceiling. I have red checked panels just like the ones in the guest room and I may use them.

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  2. LOVE that tile! This is going to be a beautiful bath.

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  3. Wow! You are going in a totally different direction for this room. Love that tile. I was going to ask about the fabrics, etc. but see you answered that above. Looking good. We have two bathrooms that could use updated flooring and we may be tileing those sometime in the near future.

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    1. The bathroom will go with the farmhouse style guest room it is off of.

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  4. Love the tile, gorgeous. Can't wait to see more.

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  5. i really like your tile!
    Sheila

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  6. That tile brings back so many memories!I know this bathroom will be fabulous!!

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  7. Yay!...you got my "hot" "cold" faucets!...it is going to be fabulous!!

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    1. Yes, just for you. I don't want you to get burned. :)

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  8. We are starting a major addition/remodel today! I am thinking a design board might be a good idea!

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  9. Love the tile Kim, it's going to look amazing!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  10. It's going to look so pretty! Can't wait to see it finished.

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  11. Hi Kim~
    I love your floor. When we were building our condo, I wanted to do that same floor, but my husband said to do a more neutral color. So I did, and now I wish I followed my heart. It is so beautiful -

    Enjoy your day and your remodel
    Rose

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  12. I used similar schoolhouse style lights in my bathroom and love them!

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  13. I love everything on your style board. I'm very inspired by this project and excited to see more. We're thinking about tackling our guest bathroom redo ourselves, including tiling the tub/shower with subway tile. We have no experience tiling, so hearing that your floor was difficult makes me hesitant. I guess if it was too much for us, we could stop and hire someone to finish. We have this crazy idea it would be fun to give it a go. :)

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  14. Kim,
    I cannot wait to see this reveal. I love the tiles and the fixtures. This is going to be so beautiful. I think I need to plan a trip to stay in your cute guest room and the soon to be beautiful guest bathroom!
    Kris

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  15. Love, Love, Love that basketweave floor! I am in the midst of a mini update to our powder room but I am stuck with the floor!

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  16. Yes this basket weave tile is amazing look for your home.
    Can't wait to see the reveal.

    Xx
    Dore

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  17. Love that tile!!! And the pewter is just perfect with the black and white theme.......would love to see the red check drapes in there......you know I love the red........

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  18. We're redoing our bathroom right now and I totally debated that floor--we went with a basketweave marble instead. I like your choices! (We're doing gray and white with wood accents.)

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    1. Kirby, I would have loved marble, but trying to keep the cost down since this is mostly out of my pocket. It's just a small guest bath which is hardly used so no need to put a better floor in here than I have in my master bath. Yours sounds good, too.

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  19. Love the tile and all the fixtures you picked. I'm sure the completed project will wow us!

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  20. Love the farmhouse style, but you really need that type of home to pull it off well. I despise when I see such design in tract homes. We have that similar tile in our guest bath which is original to our 1890s home. It is so classic NOLA.

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    1. Ron, we are not all fortunate enough to live in a an old home. I would love to own a real farmhouse, but since hubby does not want to move I will decorate this home the best I can in the style I prefer. This bathroom is off of the farmhouse style guest room so it should all be good. I also do not live in a tract home. I live on three acres in a custom built home that we built 19 years. There are many homes even in magazines and on HGTV that the decor inside does not match the exterior. I have a mix of French country and French farm house and it works with my French country exterior.

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    2. Great reply to Ron. I love the tile and the other fixtures you have chosen. My philosophy is "my house, my decorating".

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  21. Love the basket weave tile. Such a timeless classic! I know it will be stunning when it is all finished.

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  22. The tile is lovely! It's very interesting to follow your project since I'll have to redo my own bathroom soon.

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  23. This is going to be gorgeous. Love the faucet and the tile

    Cindy

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  24. Loving it all - especially that faucet!

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  25. I love your material and tile choices, Kim. It is going to look wonderful. Looking forward to seeing more.

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  26. It is going to be really great when it is all done, Kim. Love the black top and the hardware AND the floor. I bet you can't wait to finish it up. xo Diana

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  27. Can not wait to see it once it is completed Kim. I am hoping to start on our master bath sometime this year. We need to tackle our stair project first though.

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  28. Love the basket weave tile... it is such a classic style. Your bathroom is going to look gorgeous...can't wait to see your reveal!
    xo
    Julie @ Love My Simple Home

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  29. No me imagino como le quedara con ese azulejo tan rustico.

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  30. I love, love, love your choices! I'm eagerly watching your beautiful guest bath come together and dreaming of the day (weeks/months from now) when we'll be able to lay tile. I chose basket weave in gray/white for our master bath. I had a small section of it in our last house and it "feels like home" to me. Gosh, I wish that you lived closer to me so that we could go shopping together! Please share resources for faucets and and lighting? I'm still looking for a few pieces xoox

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  31. That guest bath is going to come together beautifully! I love the tile pattern, but you are correct to say it is difficult to install. I chose that same basketweave pattern for my backsplash when we remodeled our kitchen and it was hard to install for a variety reasons (would be interested to hear what your husband encountered when he installed it) It wil definitely be worth the difficulty when the room is complete! You have great taste.

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  32. Looking forward to seeing your bathroom reveal. I think the marble and the polished nickel will give a really expensive look. I will hopefully be making over our upstairs bathroon later this year.

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