Today we are sharing the guest bathroom and children's bathroom from our 51st Street Reno Project. In the guest bathroom we added painted vertical paneling to make the beautiful custom oak vanity really stand out. Our client loves blue and wanted to incorporate it into this space somehow. We wanted to find the perfect light blue color that didn’t look baby blue or too vibrant after many attempts I’m happy to say we finally got the right one and I love how it turned out!
For the kids bathroom we wanted it to feel timeless and unique, while still keeping it fun. We selected a gray subway tile for the shower and white penny tile for the floors. By keeping these items neutral it allowed us to add in fun elements like the blue vanity and vintage rug while still keeping this bathroom classic. The pivot mirrors are great for small children to be able to still see themselves in the mirror without using a step stool. The black sconces stand out against the gray backsplash and tie into the black hardware on the vanity. Whenever mixing metals you always want to make sure to have at least two items in the room in that same finish.
Builder: Bent Nails | Photos: John Woodcock