Finally ready to share another bathroom in our 1970’s home remodel! Finn’s bathroom. We do have a guest bathroom right off our garage, but often guests use Finn’s bathroom too. I wanted this bathroom to not only coordinate with Finn’s bedroom, but to also look good off our entry and family room. This bathroom is to the left of our entry and one of the first rooms you see, so I wanted to make sure the colors flowed with the main floor. I think we pulled it off!
We removed the wallpaper on the walls and then put back up new wallpaper to the walls! This house can’t break away from the wallpaper! Finn’s closet created a bump-out in the original bathroom, but we ended up moving his closet to another spot, so you will notice the toilet it now in a new spot.
I did link everything that I could at the end of this post! The vanity was custom built. I basically told our cabinet maker (Innovative Cabinetry Design) I wanted the front of the vanity cabinet to have grooves to look like shiplap. He did such a great job!!
This vanity is one of my favorites in our home!!! I used this oil rubbed bronze cabinet hardware, that looks matte black in-person.
We were actually going to do two sconces on either side of the vanity mirror, but something got lost in translation and the wiring was too close together for a mirror between. I had ordered two of these double lights and decided to do them both over the mirror rather than have the electrical fixed. Happy accident, because I LOVE the lights!!!
The wood mirror is heavy and so good in person! The finish was a perfect match to our vanity cabinet. I also loved the shape.
The faucet we decided to do a wall mounted with the counters as a back splash. I also carried it around to the side.
Our counters are Granite, called Iron Black. It reminds me of our Soapstone in our kitchen, but it was less expensive.
Our tile is a Belgian reproduction ion terracotta tile. I just loved the design and style of it. Our home was built in the 1970’s and I wanted things in our home to look like it was here from the start!
For the shower tile we used this deep green tile in a herringbone pattern. And I actually used two of these shower curtains to make it look more full!
I am not showing the shower faucet because it is in the wrong finish, still waiting for the right one to come in! We did this shower head and faucet.
Notice the wallpaper?? We have lived in this house for about 5 months and his room just didn’t feel finished to me. I couldn’t decide if I wanted to paint the walls or add wallpaper. As soon as I saw this cloud formation wallpaper I knew it was the right thing! It is a washable and high performance wallpaper. Plus his bathroom has a fan, and is on the larger side, so it takes a lot to get humid in here.
A diffuser is a must-have for me in a bathroom! I put the free diffuser I give inside this lantern. I keep oils in the fun moon shelf that was in Finn’s Connecticut bedroom.
The cabinet over the toilet is really old, and actually the people who bought our Connecticut home asked to buy it and there was no way I was parting with it! It is a favorite thing. Next to the metal cabinet I used the initial hook for a hand towel, plus it hides the plug that the diffuser plugs into.
Finn needs a stool to reach the sink to wash his hands and brush is teeth. I like how sturdy this metal stool is and the pop of green to pull in the green shower tile.
I think I have a set of these stools in every bathroom! Love them to set towels, phone, a plant, or stuff for the tub on. The first aid metal box is a fun place to store bandaids and other things like it!
I found that wood accordion coat rack thrift shopping, I can typically always spot one when I go to second hand, thrift or vintage shops! I like it because we can hang more than just towels on a typically towel holder.
Looks great! Can you provide a source of where you got the first aid wall mount tin? Thanks!
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It was from HERE
Love this bathroom, the wallpaper is perfect along with all the other little touches! Can you share Finns bathrobe by chance?
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thank you! It was a gift from Grandma at Christmas, I believe she got it at Costco