This main floor bath was the first to be redone in my home, filled with found decorative pieces in haste, and sadly, never properly dressed. Given the degree to which I adore this space, it's time to give it that final polish.
I found this to be an inviting spot to bathe my little ones. I left the tub, against the opinions of many who thought it best converted to a 2 piece.
I opted to tile 21" above the tub with satin carrara and to finish with pencils rather than schluter. I knew I'd love the way this frames the rounded tub... and I do.
Accents always make such a difference.
Another of my favourite little urchins and an unusual soap dish.
No space is too small for a stem or two.
This oil painting won't make a permanent home here but remains for now. I'm working on some custom art for this wall.
An oversized champagne bucket holds additional tissue and towels.
This vintage framed towel made it's way from England and had dried many of the family's children. It provides memories of a dear Grandma.
I love the repetition of textured pattern in the hex carrara and honey comb bath mat paired with the smooth surfaces and gleam of the tub and polished nickel bucket.
Must run...I feel like having a bath. xo