Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Kid and Parent Bathrooms

pic. via remodelista.

First, sorry for the break. I had a family emergency and was away for the past 4 weeks. With that said I'm getting back into routine and in a few weeks I'll be posting the kitchen and living room outcomes! So stay tuned...

We just started designing both the kids and parent (hate using the word master) bathrooms. So I've been sorting through hundreds of inspiration photos sourced from various blogs. The challenge for me (as with the rest of the house) is balancing our current likes with that which we will grow into on a major budget. With bathrooms (and kitchens) it can get out of hand so fast. I don't want it to be too trendy but I also don't want it to be too elegant (which is not us at all). So, something to grow into is the idea..

Let me know your thoughts, and I would love to see any renovations your working on!

The above vanity is on major clearance at Restoration Hardware for 24 more hrs FYI.

This is one of my fave bathroom remodels featured on Design Sponge. Above and below.

Too much Marble for me, but pretty. I'm really liking those thick sinks.

My husband is an insanely talented craftsman with an impeccable artistic eye, so I'm toying around with the idea of something like this for the kids bath, but a single version. Not quite as thick and more like the first pic posted via remodelista.

This wooden tub ain't happenin' but I just think it so beautiful.

I love the look of claw foot tubs, and it's a possibility for our bath room which will have a separate shower stall, but for the kids bath we are doing a drop in tub with a shower. There will probably be a concrete surround, and in that case we need some pop of color to kid it up, I'm loving this orange.
via popham design.

This is such a unique layout and beautifully executed.

I really like the idea of using art lighting above the mirrors.

Transport me please. I like the use of wood and concrete.

This is really nice and doable with a talented husband and a budget.


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