We’ve been working hard on our basement and are excited that the finish line is in sight. Adding the additional square footage to our home has been amazing, especially for the kids to have a huge play area. Keep reading to see our basement bathroom design and sources.
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We’re just waiting for our back-ordered doors, trim, and bathroom completion. After that, the basement will be done!
As for the bathroom, this will primarily be the kids’ bathroom and any guests that may stay over. I pushed myself out of my comfort zone when designing the bathroom by mixing brass and polished nickel, see the basement bathroom design below. I can’t wait to see how it turns out!
What do you think? I think it’s perfect for a small kids’ bathroom.
We already have the gorgeous vanity and the stunning marble countertop. It’s so pretty! I love the mixture of classic elements and modern *cough cough* that tile! We’re in the process of having the shower tiled with this yummy black tile. It’s going to look stunning. We used this tile in white in our previous home around our fireplace and in our pantry. The shower floor will be large 2 inch round penny tiles. The bathroom floor will be a continuation of our downstairs floor, Calypso Oak by COREtec. I love that it looks like wood but is an LVP and 100% waterproof. Totally safe to put in a bathroom.
I picked out these sconces (similar to the ones on my design board, but about half the price). The electrician installed the sconces a few weeks ago, and I already love the soft glow in the bathroom.
During a recent Ballard sale, I snagged this brass mirror. Not only is it oversized and a pretty brass color, I think it would look so lovely over a mantel or on a console table. I can’t wait to pair it with the polished nickel finishes in our basement bathroom.
What do you think, would you choose a black tiled shower? You know me, I love bold choices with some high contrast. I think it’s going to fit right into our home. We’re hoping to have the bathroom finished in the next few weeks, and I’ll share more once it’s further along. Fingers crossed, our doors and trim are delivered soon.
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