Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Bathrooms Inspired by the Sea - Part 1

Our bathrooms are in the same location on the first and second floor - but despite their similar floor plan, they look pretty different!  Today I'm sharing the first floor bathroom.  Later this week I'll share the second floor bath.

You may remember our plan for this beachy bathroom.  With its vintage claw foot tub and sea glass color scheme, it's one of my favorite bathrooms ever!

I found this vanity with its glass top on clearance at a local home store.  I loved the beadboard styling so much, I decided to have beadboard installed throughout the room.

One of the things that make the bathroom so unique are all the vintage touches.  This reproduction faucet on the clawfoot tub is gorgeous.  I used polished nickel for all the faucets - they have a slightly golden tone to them, which to my eye looks more historic than chrome.

There isn't a good spot to keep all your soaps and shampoos in a clawfoot tub.  So I was delighted to find this hanging caddy that fits over the side of the tub.

The shutters provide privacy and the roman shade adds color and warmth

I found this print from local artist Emily Leonard Trenholm at the Yarmouth Clam Festival.  It shows sailboats shrink wrapped for the winter......I just love the shapes and colors!

And the marble and sea glass floor exceeded my expectations!

We are so pleased with the finished room!   The finishes are hard wearing (the marble is fantastic for sandy paws coming in from the beach), but have that vintage look we love!

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