Of course one day I will rip everything out and put in white marble, but now is not the time.
My leftover pink towels set the color scheme. The antique rug goes really well with the pink towels. My chickenwire basket holds the extra towels and washcloths. I have a bunch of these baskets, they are so versatile in keeping me organized.
I have some great German samplers that are red on white linen. They are turn of the century and I totally love them!
Pink transferware and red and white samplers. I like them. I still need to work on the wall arrangement. I'm thinking about it. Maybe all the samplers in the center, and do all pink plates on each side?
Before I rip out the bathroom and put in my usual white marble, I am going to think about how to make this all work without a major remodel.
I love toile bathrooms. Here's one I did in black and white. I laid the tile myself, popping out white and putting in black to create a border.
Below is a paper I think Schumacher made. It is after a Colonial Williamsburg design called Aviary. I know that I saw it in an entryway in a Charles Faudree book. ( I bought two scarves from Williamsburg for projects, yet to be done.)
Or do I go the cheap route that most designers recommend: for fast dramatic results - PAINT!
I used Sherwin Williams Visualizer tool to come up with a paint color. No if only there's a wallpaper visualizer tool!
I have a great chippendale mirror I could hang over the sink and get rid of the wall of mirror. I know the wall was expensive, and it is nice to get ready with all that mirror, but I think it has to go. If I do wallpaper, it seems like I'd need to do some beadboard, and perhaps paint the cabinets. What would you do? No mirror? Paint? Toile?
Tell me what you would do!