Lower Level Bathroom Design

Thank you for following along in my posts about our Lower Level Renovation. I shared the plans for the guest bedroom, home gym and stairway over the past few weeks. Today, I am so excited to share the full bathroom design plans and a few current photos. When it comes to bathrooms, I think classic design is the way to go. I fell in love with this striated marble that is sourced from quarries in Greece.

It’s usually a good idea to select a smaller scale tile for the shower floor. This marble hexagon mosaic tile was the perfect compliments to the floor tile. It almost has a blue-gray hue that will be carried out throughout the lower level.

To keep the design simple (and to keep costs down), I went with a white 4×10 subway tile with a beveled edge.

The grout will be white for all of the shower and gray for the bathroom floor. I sourced this 36′ white vanity with a Carrara Marble countertop and backsplash. (It is also available in 24″, 30″, 72″. This piece was delivered and it’s heavy, solid and beautiful. I will be replacing the knobs with these black ones. I selected this sleek modern faucet (under $70!) with great reviews.

Eleanor 36

These elegant sconces will flank either side of this black modern mirror.

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Pottery Barn has a great selection of classic bathroom accessories. I selected this toilet paper holder and this towel ring.

Hayden Paper Holder

I have always loved framed botanical art and these black and white canvas drawings from an amazing artist from Poland were just perfect for the space. (They are available to purchase on Etsy.)

These matted wooden frames perfectly show them off.

Thin Single Image Frame - Made By Design™ - image 2 of 2

Lastly, these bathroom textiles and accessories complete the space.

Bath Towel Striped - Gray/White - Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia - image 1 of 3

Bath Towel - Black/White - Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia - image 1 of 2

I cannot wait to see it completed! What’s your favorite part?

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