Pretty in Pastel
This week we're talking about a bathroom moodboard that has some serious style. As I was researching fixtures for this board, I came across what was called a Columbia bridge faucet. Being new in the industry, I had never heard of this style of faucet before. Now that I have seen the light, I will request that this fixture to be used in every bathroom ever because it is that beautiful (in my humble opinion).
The thing that I struggled the most with while creating this board was finding a happy balance between the colors of the tile and the paint. I was originally going to go for something neutral for the walls in order to let the light blue tile shine. Instead, I went the entirely opposite direction and chose Sherwin Williams' Dark Night. If you can imagine the rest of the bathroom in that beautiful dark color, it makes the accent tile POP while adding some needed color to the space. It's a total win-win situation.
Ladies and gents- this week's moodboard:
So, what do you think? Personally, I think that next week's moodboard for sure will not have tile in it because that takes forever to photoshop small sections of tile into what you see above. This editing drained me, but honestly the result was totally worth it. Seeing my hard work come together at the end of the week makes Mondays that much better. Maybe two weeks from now, you'll see a board with some beautiful patterned tile flooring (I've been getting major inspo from sources like Cle Tile and Popham Design).
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Keep up to date on what I'm pinning for next week's moodboard here:
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