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Girls’ bathroom decor

Hello friends!  Sorry about the crickets chirping on the blog last week!  Things were a bit crazy around here finishing up the school year but I’m happy to report we made it!  Today was our first official day of summer and it was WONDERFUL.  We slept in until 7:45, didn’t get out of pajamas until around 11:00, played at the park, swam in the pool, take out for dinner.  I loved every minute of it.  I am being really selfish this week and keeping my kids all to myself.  No playdates or get togethers.  We love them, but there is plenty of time for that and more than anything I have been craving some time with just me and my three kiddos.  We have a lot of fun together when we don’t have to be anywhere doing anything other than what we want.  Imagine that.  :)
Anyway!  Lots of time for future summer ramblings!  This post is supposed to be about a touch of decor I added to my girls’ bathroom so I guess it’s time I steer back on track.  So here you have it.  A touch of decor I added to my girls’ bathroom.  See.  I can stick to the point.  :)

My girls’ rooms are painted different colors, but they both have some pink and yellow throughout their rooms so I decided to use those colors in their bathroom.  I found this darling tray for a steal at Target.  I always find the cutest decorative trays at Target!  Most of the trays in my house are from none other than Tarjay.
The yellow striped pitcher was a gift from my mom.. or come to think of it maybe I borrowed it from her house years ago.  My mom’s house is one of my favorite places to shop.  She always wants me to organize and de-clutter when I visit so naturally anything cute I could see in my house makes its way into the “must immediately get rid of pile.”  ;)  Next to the pitcher and flowers I just added a yellow bowl to hold nail polish.  Fun way to add some color and with my girls we are never short on “in house salon/pedicure time” around here.
The pretty flowers were for the girls after their dance recital.  I’ll probably look for something fake, but lately we’ve had enough events that involve fresh flowers that we haven’t had a hard time keeping something real in the pitcher.  It’s simple, but I like to keep their counters clean so there’s plenty of room for all of the day to day stuff that clutters bathroom counters.
coastal lighting
I found these darling Pearl Embroidered Hand Towels at Pottery Barn on sale.  They are white and then you can choose from a variety of colors for the dots on the bottom.  I think they are so simple and cute!
For not much more I had them monogrammed.
The bathroom rugs are also from Pottery Barn.  I love their Marlow bathroom rugs!   I actually wanted them for my master bathroom but the sizes didn’t work.  They come in so many colors and are really soft on your feet.  They also come in two different sizes and the larger size was perfect for this area in front of the sinks.  My girls still need the step stools, but they have both moved down to the bottom step.  I know in another year they won’t need to stand on them while I do their hair.  Actually in another year they won’t need me to do their hair period!  That’s a sad thought. :(  And a scary one if we’re being honest…
I also used the same Marlow bath rugs next to their tub and shower but the smaller size.
And the same Pearl Embroidered Bath Towels for after they shower.  Pottery Barn has towels that match the rugs, but I thought that might be a bit too much of that pattern everywhere.
There you go!  Just a few small touches, but that’s all it took to add some fun to this otherwise neutral bathroom.
I had to include this picture of my little Cheetah head.  He was waiting so patiently for me the day I was taking these pictures so we could play.  For the first 5 minutes anyway.  Then when 5 minutes turned into 10 it was “mommmmm… c’mon!  How many more pictures!!?”  When he stood on the stool and started growling at me I snapped this picture and called it a day.  :)
Happy Summer everyone!

p.s.  I am SO behind on answering comments/e-mail questions.  Promise I’ll get to them soon!  xo

p.p.s.  You can see pictures and more detailed information in this post on my girls’ bathroom soon after we moved into the house.

p.p.p.s.  Can you tell I know I get to sleep in tomorrow!?  I can stay up rambling to you for another hour!  But I won’t.  That’s it.  For real.  Done now.

Over and out.


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xoxo, Erin
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44 thoughts on “Girls’ bathroom decor

  1. Happy Summer Vacation to you and your family. I know you will enjoy yourselves. :) Thanks for the tour of the girls’ bathroom. I adore that pitcher. Well, I really like the pop of color with the tray and the nice rugs, but my eye was completely drawn to that pretty pitcher! Happy sigh…I have a thing for pitchers, don’t know why. They just make me happy. :) Have an awesome week with just you and your kiddos.

    1. Thank you Shannon! For sure. All of those memories are the best part. :) Hope you are enjoying your summer and some time off! xo

  2. I just love everything about this bathroom. I love the paint color, the rugs, the color scheme and the pretty little details in the towels,the tray and the vase. Great job! What little girls wouldn’t love this? PS I know I commented once on Facebook but I had to elaborate!

  3. Love that bathroom! And I like how you have their nail polishes in that bowl — looks so nice!

    I’m wondering what paint you used for the grey throughout your house? I’ve got a few gray tones that I’m considering and I’m getting samples from two colors from Ben. Moore — do you remember the color name of your gray (look who I’m asking…of course you do!)

    Our school lets out this Friday. I cannot WAIT for summer to begin. Our pool is finished! (remember when I started that project? Yes, almost a year ago this month! Permits took For-EvER!)

    1. Yea Katrina! SO happy your pool is finished! You will have such a fun summer! That main grey is “Seattle” by Frazee. It’s my absolute favorite! Fun to hear from you cutie! Enjoy that pool! It will be worth the wait. :) xo

      1. Hello,
        Love your bathroom! Great style. Was wondering if you could tell me what color floors you have and the brand? Looking to do my floors over and love those! Thanks in advance

  4. Hi Erin,
    The updates look fantastic! I also loved seeing a sneak peak of your formal living room on instagram.

    Could you share the paint colour in the girls bathroom? I am also searching for that perfect grey. Thanks so much!

    Enjoy the time with your kiddos. We are done in 7 days & we are counting them down!

    1. Thank you so much! Happy you liked the sneak peak. ;) The girls bathroom is “Seattle” by Frazee. It’s also the grey we used in our family room and throughout a lot of the house. LOVE that grey! Countdown to summer. YEA!! xo

  5. Hey Erin-
    I love the big bathroom! You are so lucky to have so many places for storage. How I would love to have that much room! Since you always seem to have such great ideas for storage and organizing, do you have any suggestions as to how I could organize my hair tools such as a curling iron, flat iron and blow dryer?
    Thank you! Enjoy your summer!

    1. Thank you Kimberly! Oh my word – it really is so nice because we were SO short on storage in our last house! I DO have ideas for organizing hair tools! Lots of them! I’ll write that down for a future post! :) xo

  6. I always thought your bathrooms came out beautiful. The planking and marble are decor in itself. We are finally in our new house. Buying furniture is going so slow. I can’t make up my mind. I was wondering where you got you orbs from. I know that you posted it but I am lazy ;).

    So happy that summer is finally here. Hope you have an amazing one.


    1. YEA Cathy! So happy to hear you are in your new home! Decorating takes FOREVER. And a week after that. ;) My orb light in the entry was from Restoration Hardware. The one in the family room was from Jeremiah-Craftmade. Be lazy all you want! You’ve earned it. And we both have lots of time to decorate. :) xo

  7. This is so beautiful. I will never have a bathroom as beautiful like that – but I enjoyed looking at your beautiful photos. You inspire me.

  8. Wow — what a pretty bathroom! Love your little touches of color and that little Cheetah is super cute! :)

  9. What a lovely bright room for the girls, I can just imagine the giggles that take place as hair and nails are being perfected. Love the pop of yellow so summery x

  10. Those pops of color are just perfect and fun, especially for your adorable young ladies. As for that cute little “photo bomber,” he is quite the little ham!

  11. Erin,

    Love the girl’s bathroom – simply beautiful. Curious to know where you got their step stools? I am looking for that exact kind and seems harder to find than you think. Also – LOVE your blog, read it all the time. Hope you and the family have a fabulous summer! Well wishes from the opposite coast – Virginia Beach!

    1. Hi Amy! Oh my word – what a sweet thing to say! So happy you enjoy my blog! That makes my day. :) I ordered those stools years ago from the Company Store! They’ve been painted a time or two because I’ve had a hard time finding some I like as much too. Enjoy your summer sweet friend! Love VA Beach! xo

  12. Hi Erin, your house is amazing. A few questions:

    Is the tile in the girls bathroom hones or polished? I love the grey tile.

    What is the name of your restoration hardware dining table and color?

    Where did you the get the mirrors in the girls bathroom? Thank you!

    1. Thank you Julie! The tile in my girls bathroom didn’t have a honed/polished option. It just came that way. My Restoration Hardware table is the Salvaged Wood Farmhouse table and I got the natural finish. The mirrors in my girls bathroom were custom made. I designed them and my cabinet guy made them. :) xo

  13. Where is the white double vanity from? I know you stated you got the hardware at Restoration Hardware. But was the vanity a store bought purchase or custom built? Also were did you buy Caesarstone?


    1. Hi Kieran! It was custom built when we built the house. We bought all of our Caesarstone Quartz through a store in southern Utah called Southwest Tile, but you can get it at any tile/counter top store.

    1. Hi Nikki! I don’t remember the brand! So sorry. The tile backsplash is a small marble hexagon. The tile around their tub and in their shower is just white subway tiles. :)

  14. Love the vanity and all the drawers! Was it custom built or did you buy it from somewhere. Looking to redo our master and live your style.

  15. Hi Erin-
    I happened to have the most amazing luck finding your blog. I was hunting paint colors and voila! I am so happy and so excited for the help I can receive by reading your blogs. The paint color called Seattle by Frazee is the most amazingly beautiful gray paint color I have ever seen. I felt like the heavens parted because I have been looking for days and my eyeballs are going to pop out of my head! So you saved my eyeballs. Thank you so much. Your work is impressive to say the least. You have a great touch. Oh yeah, what kind of a finish is on the paint in your girls bathroom? Is it a flat or gloss or semi gloss?

    Your new fan,

    Kari Myers

    1. Kari! You are such a sweetheart! I’m so happy you found me and that my blog has been helpful! And that your eyeballs have been saved.. ha! ;) Have you downloaded my paint printable yet? If you haven’t head to the link below and join my mailing list. Then you can print it out. It has ALL of my paint details on it and the numbers for Seattle. All of my bathrooms are semi-gloss! The printable has all of that info. on it too! I hope it helps and it’s so nice to “meet” you! xo

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