These sweet clients have been waiting so long to get to the top of my list,
they are the thoughtful, understanding, patient type that always said, 'No problem, we
can wait till after your trip to Europe, and then after your One Room Challenge
and...you get the picture I have strung them out foreveeeeeeeeeer.
No more!!! Last Friday two bathrooms and a dressing room were gutted, and the
remodel is underway. If you follow me on Pinterest you may have noticed a lot of pretty
bathroom pins lately under 'Client F' - I always refer to my client's boards by initials.
This one is different F = Favorite, and Favorite refers to my parents. :)
They live in a 1980's custom built home (not by them) much of it has been updated
but never the baths - big time yikes!! Creamy neutrals and a pretty serene design is
what we're going for, with some unique hardware and lighting for a custom look.
Inspiration - Bathroom #1 Hall
They have several bathrooms and this one rarely gets used, allowing us to hang
artwork on the back wall. We loved the sheer linen panel and the rod extending from
the ceiling. We're using a free standing traditional piece of furniture for the vanity,
and haven't decided yet if we're keeping it wood tone or painting it a light color.
Inspiration - Bathroom #2 - In the Master Bedroom
We've decided on a half wall at the end of the vanity with frameless shower door
to give the illusion of a larger open room. A white vanity with oversize decorative
mirror above helps to accomplish the same.
Inspiration - Dressing Room - In the Master Bedroom
We have a white vanity that matches the one in the adjacent bathroom, but are still
deciding on lighting and some special touches. Maybe a chinoiserie style wallpaper
or a mural.
My mom is going to die when she sees this picture I took, she is super neat and
clean and was getting everything out of the bedroom and bathroom.
All of the doors and woodwork will be painted white, tile floors installed in all of
these rooms and new carpet in the adjoining bedroom.
This week we're finishing up choosing tile, lighting, and fixtures
and having a blast spending my dad's $$! :)