Modern Farmhouse Bathroom
Updated: Mar 4
This bathroom was so fun to design and to be honest, didn’t really play out much differently than we expected, which can’t be said for a lot of gut renovations! We actually started designing this space, including having purchased the flooring and subway tile, 3 years ago when we first moved in! We decided to wait, with the expectation that we were doing an upstairs renovation and would be ripping it out to move it, but in the end, we decided to wait on that and pulled the trigger on this main bath beauty!
Since we purchased the flooring so long ago, the color has actually been discontinued. It is ceramic tile that looks like wood planks. It’s by Lifeproof, is anti slip and waterproof, perfect for 3 young boys in the bath! Here is the same color but in a gorgeous hexagon pattern! These sheets are great to work with, especially for DIYers. I did both our powder room and master bathroom using sheets, entirely by myself, never having tiled before that! Here is the plank version like we have, but in a different [yet very similar] color. This tile is exceptionally affordable as well. Our whole bathroom floor cost about $60.
I’ve linked this amazing rug. This has been one of my most popular links to date! It says spot clean, but I’ve thrown it in the washing machine on delicate cycle and then put it right back here to air dry and it came out good as new! [But, I love to push boundaries]
Shop the details below, by clicking on the small thumbnails below the images. Slide the arrows right & left.
Turn your troubles into bubbles sign is linked here.
There are not enough good things I can say about this vanity. We found it at Lowes and it is perfect! It has since sold out but I found it elsewhere and linked it for you here. The quality is superb and as you can see, it’s gorgeous. We got the double vanity but there is a single. The top is solid white quartz and this baby is heavy! A bonus is that it comes with two sets of hardware; matte black and chrome! We chose to install the black so it would match our Moen faucets. They’re linked here. I’ve also linked the shower and tub faucet. It also comes with 1 or 2 [depending on the vanity] mirrors that match. We chose to keep our current flat, frameless mirror and utilize a company called mirrormate to upcycle it!
Ignore the half painted door in the mirror…but this frame is so beautiful, matches perfectly, was so easy to install and is so affordable! I was really torn between black and wood toned but they took the guessing out for me because you can get free samples and see first hand, what the outcome will look like! In the end, it was unanimous for the Cherokee Barnwood finish. Use code EMMAGRACE15 for a discount at mirrormate.com
See how we assembled and installed the frame by clicking the video below!
Lastly, the necessities:
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