2.02.2013

Beach Bath Remodel Sources

Recently, a reader asked for sources 
for our son's bathroom remodel.
 Here are some new photos (hopefully better than the ones I took two years ago...been practicing with my new camera) along with links.  
The paintings were purchased at the 
Long Beach, California flea market.
The porcelain floor tiles (Seaside Boardwalk CY06) are from Daltile.  They remind me of poured concrete.  There are 12" x 12" tiles on the floor and 4" x 4" in the shower.
Here's a before photo.

The white subway tiles are from Home Depot.  
 The tile installer cut strips of the floor tile to accent the decorative herringbone insert.  
This is an inexpensive detail that provides a nice touch.

The polished nickel Strande knobs are from Restoration Hardware.
 I like the rectangular design on this Kohler toilet.

I try to pick up a couple bars of Savon de Marseille when I am in Paris.  They smell so good!
 The nickel lighting sconces are from Circa Lighting.
The mirror was from Pottery Barn about five years ago.
It used to be above a dresser...repurposed.
The walls are painted White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
 The polished nickel faucet is from Restoration Hardware's Bistro Collection and the rectangular sink is by Kohler.
This vanity was custom built by Adrian Schroeder.
The paint color is Stone by Restoration Hardware.
 My daughter made the ceramic fruit in her 
high school art class.  I bought the candle last week at Target.  It was only $9.99.  

Check out The Switch Studio Blog for bloggers homes as inspiration (thank you, Staci).

AND...
I'm participating in the One Room Challenge.
Please come back on Wednesday 
to find out about all the fun details!

36 comments:

  1. Your attention to detail is amazing! Beautifully done!

    Pam

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  2. Mary Ann how nice of you to share your sources. I love all the special little details in this bathroom, and that it's not over the top fancy. Just clean, fresh and pretty...just like I like :)

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. That is a great camera. I love your photos....feeling a bit envious, in a good way. That bathroom really is great.

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  4. Lovely Mary Ann. I hope you're having a great weekend.
    xo Nancy
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  5. Great photos. Classic bath. Happy Sunday.

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  6. Love this bathroom! Makes me want to do a little make-over in mine!

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  7. I absolutely adore the herringbone detail in the shower. This detail will be on my "must have" list when we eventually remodel our master bath.

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  8. So clean and classic!!!
    I love how you see the possibilities!!!

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  9. Hi Mary Ann,

    Your bath remodel is beautiful! I like the beach theme and your fixtures are perfect. I am familiar with the bistro line at RH..love it.

    Enjoy your weekend.

    leslie

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  10. Thank you for sharing you sons bathroom once again. Your photos are great and you can see so much more of the beautiful details you included. I would love my bathroom to look just like it and will definitely use yours for inspiration if I can get my husband to agree to a re-do!!!!

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  11. Oh, I forgot to ask...is that Carrera marble?

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  12. Gorgeous! And so smart to use the floor tile for an accent in the shower! You are full of great ideas!

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  13. You have done a very good job. The rectangular knobs and sink give your bathroom a modern touch.

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  14. That is a nice bathroom...
    Love the floor tiles and paintings.

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  15. Nice bathroom.
    Love the floor tiles and paintings.
    Beautifully done.

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  16. Beautifully done, as always, Mary Ann! Pretty contrast with the table and art!

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  17. i really love those paintings in the bathroom. great finds!!

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  18. The bathroom is beautiful! Be back Wednesday : )

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  19. Love the herringbone panel! I used the same Home Depot subway tiles in one of our bathrooms.

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  20. Mary Ann,
    Very pretty and I love the detail around the shower tile.
    Karen

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  22. I love his bathroom and it is wonderful inspiration for us. What a great idea to use the floor tile around the herringbone insert!!

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  23. Beautifully done, love the black accents on the white subway tiling ... very fun. I love your Daughter's ceramic fruit ... my favorite kind of art!! Looking forward to the Challenge and following along! xo

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  24. Mary Ann,
    Love all the little details. The herringbone pattern in the shower, the paintings from Long beach flea market (miss that market...you've scored some pretty great stuff from LB), the covered glass canisters and those soaps...and I adore Ali's ceramic fruit. You always add touches that are your own and so meaningful. I love that the most!
    xo
    annie

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  25. What a difference! Wonderful choices, as usual!
    cheers!,
    Barbara

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  26. Thank you so much for sharing it all. I love to know resources. Just put them away for future reference. Thought of you after seeing my son's apartment. I wish you could swoop in and do your magic. Even a bare lightbulb in the kitchen. Egads! Help, Miss Mary Ann! ;)

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  28. Good work!! I really appreciate your work.You did very hard work on your remodel project that's why your bathroom looking very beautiful.Thanks for sharing.Keep it up.....

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  29. What a beautiful bathroom. It's an awesome remodeling job.

    -TKRemodelingContractors.com

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  30. Thank you for sharing you sons bathroom once again. Your photos are great and you can see so much more of the beautiful details you included. I would love my bathroom to look just like it and will definitely use yours for inspiration if I can get my husband to agree to a re-do!!!! Painters

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  32. Round Coke bottle glasses, curly gray wig, fake pearls, bathrobe with a pillow stuffed under it, fuzzy slippers, hideous pink lipstick.

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  34. What a transformation - it's gorgeous now!!! I like the new layout a lot, so much better. And the vanity is beautiful, but I'm also loving your tile choices - the honeycomb and subway tile in the shower is fabulous! You did amazing!! tub refinishing

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