This bathroom did not come together quickly. As you can see from this post, I was initially going in a completely different direction that bombed. And then when I thought my plan had finally come together...I didn't like it.
But once I settled on the right shade of paint (a gorgeous orchidy lavender), things started feeling right.
I will say that although material choices were spot-on in the kitchen, I think we could have zhushed the bathroom a little more. The white-on-white-on-white was maybe a bit overkill in an effort to make the bathroom feel CLEAN. Looking back, I'd probably do something a little more interesting at least with the floor. Hindsight.
This renovation was a budget job, so most of what you see are pretty simple items. The mirror, glass shelf and wall cabinet are Target as is the shower curtain. The wainscoting was a kit we found at Lowe's. The big basket is Pottery Barn. The wee rug was a sweet little score from eBay. The most high-end items are probably the toilet and sink - both Kohler items. Oh, and my Leontine Linen monogrammed hand towel - hello gorgeous!
We kept the original cast iron tub because removing it was a little more than we could handle and we just had it reglazed. Almost five years later, the reglaze is holding up pretty well. Granted, this is a guest bathroom so it doesn't see much action and we knew that when we made our refinishing choice.
You know I like some side-by-side comparisons:
Paint - Rosebud SW 6288
Sink - Kohler from Lowe's (not sure if this is exact one, but pretty close)
Toilet - Kohler Memoirs from Lowe's
Mirror - Lowe's (I think we got ours at Target, but this one is similar)
Glass shelf - Lowe's (also similar, but perhaps not exact)Wall cabinet - Madison Avenue from Target
Basket - Pottery Barn