This bathroom was a standard basement bathroom that no one wants to visit. We transformed it completely with free standing tub and geometric accents. It’s a mix of cold and warm, old and new. And we kept that bathrooms staging low cost (dah!)
I don’t have any before photos unfortunately (I will try to add in due course), but here’s the end result:
 
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For the tiles we went with white marble tiles for the floor and simple subway tiles for the wall. I needed something geometric (I love this trend). So my husband put it with 90 degrees herringbone pattern (I was inspired by Smitten Studio bathroom).
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The wall behind the tub was initially just painted (Benjamin Moore Crystaline – awesome grayish mint green). Unfortunately, my two little kids love to splash the water all over the place, so we needed some protection for the wall.
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The hamper is from West Elm and the stool from Restoration Hardware.
I wanted some rustic feel, as I always like to mix old and new. Therefore I found this console table on kijiji.ca (it’s an equivalent of the Craigslist in Canada:). Previous owner was so kind to even bring it my house for free (the total cost=70$). I like the distressed look aka Restoration Hardware, but for a wet space you really need to put a nice top coat so that the wood doesn’t get damaged. I was lucky – he just restored it!:))

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The mirror is from Target:) no longer on sale:(
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Do you like geometric accents?

Ola Mochol

Femepreneur, Stager, Team Leader. Helps realtors and home owners transform empty listings into homes.

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