It works well in smaller spaces, especially if the space is for kids! We chose a neutral pattern that’s whimisical, but mature, so it will grow with the children.
We used a lot of brass in this space. We have it in the mirrors, on the bottom of the planter, and in the soap set, so we contrasted it with a polished nickel sconce, faucet and hardware.
As you can see, we didn’t have a ton of space in this powder bath, so we chose winning pieces that would stand out. We started with a cool sconce that matches with the sink, but broke it up with a simple black mirror. It’s a combination that’s bold, without being too much. We threw in a Milulu Basket because it’s handy for storage and offers some pattern!
Please can you share the wallpaper source?
Yes would love the wallpaper! Don’t see it linked 🙁
Wallpaper source please!
Curious about the wallpaper as well. PLEASE share the source!
Are you able to share any details about the shiplap or planking used on the walls.
I found the source of the wallpaper. It is Designers Guild Sibylla
Curious where the wooden bathroom vanity is from? thank you! 🙂
I’m also curious about the vanity- is it custom?
Are the walls shiplap or paneling? I would love to know, I feel like I can’t achieve the look with my shiplap. Thanks!
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