As every homeowner knows, when you start putting together your home decor, you never fully feel like you’re done. That’s why I haven’t revealed my whole home tour as of yet, because I am still putting those little bits and pieces together. We have even been working on our curb appeal by just fixing up our front porch area, but, due to high demand, I decided to reveal our “pretty much finished” bathrooms because there is still much to be done. When we has first moved in, our bathrooms were ‘so-so’ and then I had the privilege to partner with Bed, Bath and Beyond to complete my bathroom decor and here is the reveal.
When I decided to put together each of the bathroom’s decor, I wanted to make sure to mix together my style along with my husband’s. I am a more luxe look with flash, while he likes the subtle toned down things. I’ll be the first one to put something shiny and bright in a room, but he’ll say that he would rather it be a little more toned down. So we had to meet in the middle.
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OUR TOWNHOME BATHROOM DECOR REVEAL
Downstairs Half Bath
Our downstairs bathroom decor is much more subtle class that is personalized to us. We wanted to have the bathroom feel comfy but still have those luxury touches. I was able to put my feminine touches in the bathroom while also keeping the color scheme more neutral and subtle.
Upstairs Guest Bathroom
For the upstairs guest bath, I had to make sure to put together a look that wouldn’t leave my brother running for the hills since, at this moment, this is his bathroom. But with him being a short term resident, I didn’t want to focus on only creating a bathroom space just for him. I wanted it to be something that I would want to keep after he has gone. And to make it a bathroom that I could use as base inspiration to create the decor of the guest bedroom when my brother is no longer living with us. This beach-y bathroom decor gave the bathroom a very spa feel – which I adore – but it is not too overwhelming that it makes my brother feel like he is in a “girl-y” bathroom.
Our master bathroom was somewhat tough as I wanted to make sure to compliment the style that was already established in our master bath. When we moved in, the bathroom was already decorated with the backsplash and tiling. So the color palette was pretty much already established. With the colors being dark, but Parisian spa-like, I wanted to make sure to bring a pop of color into the room. So that is where the red accents came in. We were able to still maintain the color palette already established but add accent colors.
Now I will admit, I am not fully finished with our master bath as there are some renovations that we want to do with the counter space eventually, but for now, we are happy with our spa feel.
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