These fixtures are from Quoizel Lighting and you can find them here.
What are you doing for window treatments?
The girls’ have french doors in their rooms with windows on the sides of them. Their rooms are BRIGHT. I love how sunny they are. Happiest rooms in the house. We decided on plantation shutters for the whole wall. These pics show the door shutters installed. Their window shutters are coming this week. In this pic El’s door shutters are open.
And Ad’s are closed. Their rooms are pretty sparse at the moment. We haven’t bought them furniture yet – just the beds. This is their old bedding making due until headboards and new bedding comes. Hopefully in the next week or two! Once I get those in place I will start working on decorating the rest of their rooms.
I placed their hand towel holders on the wall next to their built-in side cabinets. I ordered them from Top Knobs – the Edwardian Collection in polished chrome.
We also added some new towel hooks on the wall (the only wall space we had to hang towels so that was an easy decision!) These hooks are the Aubrey hooks from Restoration Hardware.
We bought most of our cabinet hardware at Restoration Hardware. The pulls on their drawers are also the Aubrey pulls. I adore them and put them in my laundry rooms too.
These little niches in the showers were hard for me to figure out! How high do you want them? How wide? What materials? Where will the water spray? Not a big deal in the end, but at the moment I was certain I was going to destroy every shower in my house by not spacing these right.
Here’s a tip if you are putting marble in your shower. I used the marble on the back of the niche, but the bottom of the niche is a tile called “statuary” that looks like marble. That way you don’t have to worry about shampoo and soap ruining the marble. We did this in our master bathroom shower too.
What color of grey did you paint the walls?
Their bathroom wall is the same grey as my family room and hallways – “Seattle” by Frazee. I was originally going to paint it a fun color, but after the girls’ bedroom paint went up I was afraid we would have an Easter egg look going on with three bright colors in line with each other. :) I decided to keep their bathroom a neutral grey and bring in the bedroom colors with rugs and towels. I would add pops of grey in the girls’ rooms too if I totally had my way. But their rooms are a compromise and the girls don’t want grey. Just bright colors. We’ll see what I can sneak in… :)
I think that was all the questions! Anything else I’ll answer in the comments.
And to my friend Shari who said in the girls’ bathroom comments regarding finally seeing new house pictures – “now I feel like I’ve eaten just one potato chip out of the bag and I want more!” …
Ha ha… that cracked me up! More are coming. Just be patient with me. If you all saw the current state of my garage and half of the rooms in my house right now you’d understand.