In this post you’ll find a few of my favorite finds that have me inspired to tackle a huge overhaul in our primary bathroom.
This morning we found out that the shower in our primary bathroom has a major leak making it unusable until it is fixed. Supposedly, Amazon will deliver the valve (?) tomorrow and my husband will fix it. But what I heard was “we might need some major plumbing work so you better get to work designing us a whole new bathroom.” Don’t have to ask me twice.
Okay, friends, don’t judge this my first ever mood board – the one I so originally call “Boho Inspired Bathroom Inspiration.” Typing that out a second time makes me question its repetitiveness, but let’s just roll with it because I’m just learning Canva and I’m not changing it now.
If you know me, you know I am a color fanatic, but also a fan of farmhouse/cottage styles, BUT ALSO GIMME ALL THE FLORALS.
This is the shower curtain that set the stage for my
scheming advance planning. I love big floral patterns. This one from Anthropologie might be perfect.
Our bathroom doesn’t have a bathtub at this time and I don’t think we’d add one even when we do a full remodel since I’m not really a bath person, but I do love a clawfoot tub.
I know what you are thinking. That tile with that shower curtain might be a little toooooo much. You might be right. The way I typically make decor decisions is if I like it and I have the budget for it, I buy it and then figure out later how to make it work. It hasn’t bitten me in the butt YET so we will see if the tile or the curtain or both make the final cut when this renovation
ALL THE POTHOS PLANTS.
Our house was built in the late eighties and we have some weird “architectural features” that I’ve always hated. Picture a built in cubby shelf made of drywall. Lately I’ve been picturing pothos up there and I think it may be the solution to all of my problems.
Just kidding – plants can only solve some of my problems.
There is zero.zero chance this Pottery Barn vanity will be in my (non-existent) budget. But definitely something like this: dark hardware and fixtures with a rustic wood look.
I’m also picturing a dark moody color for the walls. Would you all laugh if I said green? At least I’m predictable.
Anyway, there ya have it. Tell me your thoughts, but always remember there is a human on the other end of this post (good life advice) so be kind.
Patricia Brock says
Great Post, Morgan. I hope you shared it on IG.
Thank you! I need to get my stuff together on IG and Pinterest!