I'm calling this the Sea Glass Bathroom-- but it keeps coming out (in my head) as the Sea Glathroom.
Must be the whole sally shells shee shells thing...
Inspirations: the towel:
AND this incredible shower I just saw in the recent MetHome:
Metropolitan Home, designed by architects Joe Tanney and Robert Luntz
This single piece of glass is the only wall in this shower... how
sexy great is that?!
(DRum Roll please....)
Lagos Azul Tile 18x18 laid straight
The Walls (the ONE and ONLY shower wall, and the wall behind the sink)
Lagos Azul Tile 2x2, laid straight
with a wide horizontal stripe of these green tiles that runs behind the pivoting mirrors--
Are you still with me???
Bistro Pivot Mirror from Restoration Hardware
Vitreous glass tiles from modwalls
Lagos Azul tiles from Mission Stone and Tile
THE TWO SINKS
Yes, I want two.
(If you are married or live with a man you will surely understand) (No more stubble shavings
mixed with toothpaste powder and scum)-It's too early for that-
Blue stripe soap dish found here
with the base painted Paddington Blue by Benjamin Moore
(only if you want to add a shower part to the footed tub)
Mercer bathtub caddy
by Pottery Barn, *with that blue cup too
One of these "holy stumps" that will sit beside the clawfoot tub for towels, drinks, books,etc. from Design Public
Lagos Azul hexagon tiles
in the shower floor, framed by the larger floor squares- also from Mission Stone & Tile
(I'm LOVING these tiles)
, breeze collection- from Restoration
I'll just go back to Cabo, sell sea shells on the seashore with Sally, and come home with a nice supply of the inspiration towels:
Last But Least $
The Sea Glathroom.
Going to go clean the sinks. Oh yeah, and get to work!