While I have been pinning to my Beautiful Bathrooms board on Pinterest for years, only a few images I've saved really apply to the lower level bathroom.
This first bathroom is a bit more grande then we'll be going. We don't have tall ceilings in the bathroom and we won't be doing custom millwork or a custom vanity (at least, that isn't the plan at this point), but the bathroom is configured the same way as ours and I love all the marble.
|Via the Mix and Chic blog|
Because we plan on making the room fairly monochromatic, I'm hoping to lay the floor tiles in our bath in a herringbone pattern. I hope to have grout lines that are just a little bit more narrow than in the bathroom below, but the overall look is similar to what I'm hoping for.
|The website where I originally found this image is gone! I can't find the source.|
As for the walk-in shower, ours won't be quite as wide as the one below, but we're hoping for a similar look - subway tile and a frameless (or nearly frameless) glass enclosure. Marc would love a bench in the shower, but don't think we have quite enough room for that. We'll talk to our contractor about it to see what the options are.
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The next step is to start making material and fixture choices. I created a Google Drive doc to track items as we select them. I'll be checking with our local Ferguson and Nolan showrooms on fixtures, but I think buying online might be the most budget-friendly (and easiest...hello, delivery to the door) option.