Our new guest quarters are small as you might imagine, which means the bath is also small. I went simple and elegant in here, while trying to keep the budget tight. The floor is a hex ceramic tile, and we used a subway tile on the wall in the bath. We went with Moen fixtures in the shower because of their reliability. Echoing the material used in the kitchenette, we used quaritzite in the bath for the countertop. As with the kitchenette, the cabinets were site built.
The mirror is from Pottery Barn (not a sponsored post) and I think it is really beautiful.
As I mentioned in the post here, the window curtain was made from a vintage pillow case. You can see that post here.
The shower curtain was something I found at Target (not a sponsored post). I usually make my own stuff, but I found this shower curtain to be quite charming and I was short on time.
The room is quite tiny, but functional for one person.
In the main house, I went with a very old world look, but decided to go with more of a contemporary look here. Why not mix it up a bit, right?
I love different looks, although I do feel it works best if you stick with a particular look and style for consistency of your home. Here since it is in a different building, I thought it would be fun to deviate a bit from the look of the main house. Still the flooring, trim work, and much of the tile is the same as what is in the main house.
I also wanted to announce the winner of the Decor Steals gift certificate,
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