We’re still chugging away on our master bathroom project! If you’re not up-to-date on everything that we’ve tackled so far, you can visit my bathroom archives to get all caught up on all the nitty-gritty of the first part of the renovation.
I think it’s safe to say that we’re in the home stretch now so I put together this mood board to give you an idea of where we’re headed in this room as far as the design goes. The great thing is that a lot of the stuff on the board is already installed in the room! I’m going for kind of a farmhouse fresh look in there to fit in with our home’s surroundings, with plenty of really high-quality traditional elements that will stand the test of time.
I’ve included a list of all of my sources for everything below, as well as some thoughts on where I might be able to get some of the missing pieces!
Mood board sources:
- Waterhill Light Fixture in Chrome by Moen
- Old shutter for a window covering (I have these already! My friend Sarah found me the perfect pair on her parents’ farm!)
- Wall Color: CIL Zeppelin (I wrote a post all about why I think this is the single greatest paint color ever)
- Wall Art: Something windmill-inspired. I don’t have this yet, so we may need to DIY!
- Marble mosaic tile for the backsplash/accent wall area in carrara marble (just picked this up at a local supplier)
- Weymouth Chrome Drawer Knobs by Moen
- Weymouth Chrome Drawer Pulls by Moen
- Ticking Stripe Shower Curtain from Pottery Barn
- Weymouth One-Handle High Arc Faucet in Chrome by Moen
- Flowers! I planned the counter space and storage specifically so I can always have a little place to put flowers without them being in the way. 🙂
- Torrington Square Cabinet doors in Greyloft by KraftMaid for the bathroom vanity
- Marlo Bath Rug from Pottery Barn
- Weymouth Chrome Towel Bar by Moen
- Weymouth Chrome Two-Handle Tub Filler by Moen
- Stripey Towels! The ones pictured are the Rugby Bath Wraps from Pottery Barn Kids
- 12×24 Slate tiles for the floor in Montauk Black (Local Supplier)
- Threshold Striped Basket from Target
- Beveled White Subway Tile for the walls (Local Supplier)
This was my first ever mood board, but I’m really happy with how it turned out! I wasn’t sure if I would be able to get it to look as pretty as some of the other ones I’ve seen out there, but I’m pretty proud of it. 🙂 More to come in the future I’m sure!
I’ll be doing live broadcasts and posting pictures of this bathroom more and more as it gets prettier and prettier! You can find me on Periscope under the name @creeklinehouse or on Instagram to join in on the fun!
Thanks so much to Moen and KraftMaid for providing fixtures for this project!