Girl’s Shared Bathroom Reveal!June 25, 2017 |Hi Friends! Happy Monday! Today I’m starting your week off with a bright and fun room reveal that’s LONGGG overdue. Finally showing off Landry and Lawson’s lilac shared bathroom! This past winter, with another little girl on the way, I knew that their boring beige shared bathroom needed a major update to something brighter and more fun, that was designed for two baby girls to grow in to. I’ve been SO drawn to purple (Exhibit A: Lawson’s Nursery) and I knew that I wanted this space to be based around a light pinkish/purple wall color, as it would tie their two rooms together (see Landry’s Big Girl Room HERE). To keep it clean, I chose to accent the lilac with clean black and white accents and a few bold pieces. We all really love the way that the space came out. It’s so bright and fun and is a great reflection of it’s happy little occupants.Monogrammed Applique Shower CurtainHere’s the before if you need a refresher:What a difference, right?! It looks so much more intentional and loved to me. If you want to see the full BEFORE post, it’s HERE.One of the first hiccups in the design plan was that the original vanity that I chose was in grey and once I placed the order I quickly found out that it was back-ordered until the beginning of May. Knowing that I would have a newborn at that time, I decided to just go with the white option that was available for immediate delivery. I was bummed for a while, but now I am SO happy that we have a white vanity…it was certainly a blessing in disguise.The vanity is gorgeous, with a beautiful marble top, but it comes with really small and kind of dinky silver knobs and I knew that I would have to change them. Thank goodness for Hobby Lobby! I was able to find these gold pulls and these amazing glass and gold pulls. I got them all when they were 50% off and the total upgrade was under $40!The applique shower curtain is one of my favorite pieces in the space. It’s custom made by an Etsy seller and is absolutely beautiful. Since it was custom and a little more expensive, I decided to go with a simple F (our last name) and in black, so that I could potentially use it in other bathrooms one day. You guys have to check out her monogram shop, her work is beautiful and very very reasonably priced!After the shower door came down and the wall color was on, I couldn’t quit thinking about how much I hated the old and dated tile that was in there. I wanted the floor to reflect the bright light and the yellowish tile just wasn’t doing it for me. Since it’s a fairly small space and the vanity was being ripped up anyway, we decided to go for it. Surprisingly, the black and white tile is fairly inexpensive and it only ended up being around a $400 upgrade, which I think makes a HUGE difference.My other favorite piece in the space is this absolutely beautiful abstract ballerina painting. It’s by artist Brooke Ring out of Greenville, South Carolina. She contacted me about partnering on something and I said that I had been looking for a piece to go in this space. We both agreed that one of her Ballerinas would be perfect and I knew that Landry would absolutely flip. I showed her the mood board for the room and a photo of Landry and she sent this piece. I had tears in my eyes when I opened it….it’s perfect in every way and absolutely ties the space together. Landry loves to tell me that the girl in the painting is her and that she has “beautiful curlies.”You have got to check out Brooke’s entire portfolio…every time I see one of her florals, my heart skips a beat!Abstract Ballerina Art by Artist Brooke Ring | Hand Towels | Matte Towel BarEven though both girls share this bathroom, it’s also a guest bathroom for when we have friends or family come to stay with us. I wanted to make sure that while it’s fun and whimsical, that it’s also a little sophisticated. I used beautiful accessories with purpose to tie it all together. The gold tray is filled with my favorite scents for guests to enjoy and the glass canisters on the vanity and full of bathroom necessities.Gold Tray | Diptyque Candle | Aerin Amber Musk CologneRound Gold Mirror (Under $50!) | Gold PullsGlass Canister SetThis tulip stool was a vintage find from when I lived in Texas and would go to the Canton flea market. I swear I paid $5 for it. I re-covered it in this floral fabric that I’ve had stashed and spray painted it gold for an updated look.Photography by my talented friend Laura SumrakSources:Monogrammed Applique Shower CurtainRound Gold Mirror (Under $50!)VanityGlass + Brass Pulls $5 | Gold Pulls ($3.50/each)Glass Canister SetRound Gold Mirror (Under $50!)Towel HooksBrass FaucetSimilar OrchidGold Toothbrush HolderBlack and White TileGold WastebasketBrass Toilet Paper StandAbstract Ballerina Art by Artist Brooke Ring Hand Towels Matte Towel BarGold Tray Diptyque CandleAerin Amber Musk CologneVanity LightWall Color: Valspar | Lilac Lace (75%)So, what do you guys think? A girly and glam space that my little gals can grow in to a bit! YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...The Friday EditBright + Bold Baby Girl Nursery Reveal!Mood Board Monday: Our Office + Playroom Makeover!