Today I love… bathroom inspiration edition

If you follow me on twitter, you may know that my husband and I are moving to a new apartment at the end of the month.  And while packing and moving is stressful, we’re looking forward to more space, a better kitchen, and some cool new design features (skylights! in the dining room and bathroom!).  Plus, I’m looking forward to the best thing about moving to a new space รขโ‚ฌโ€ decorating!  Right now, like Katy, I’ve got bathrooms on the brain…

{desire to inspire, apartment therapy}

We’re still renting, so we won’t be making any significant changes, but luckily we’ve already got lots of nice elements to work with, like a black and white tile floor, stand-alone bathtub, and the aforementioned skylight.  I’ve already got our new shower curtain picked out, but I’m thinking about additional storage options for narrow spaces and artwork for the walls.  I’m also thinking about painting the walls a light, calm shade, like this pale pink or soft blue:

Bathroom-inspiration2{domino via sfgirlbybay, house of turquoise}

I promise to share photos of our new space once we move in, but in the meantime, if any of you have additional bathroom inspiration to share, let me know in the comments!  

{image credits: as listed below each photo}

  1. Having good bones to start a new project with is key! You got lucky with the b/w tile and the claw-foot tub. Earlier this year (well, technically last year) we renovated our upstairs full bath and our downstairs powder room–doing all the work ourselves was a bit of a challenge, but so worth it since we pulled it off for only $500! Good luck with your project. You can see pics from my reno here:

  2. I know it is crazy to get excited about a bathroom but that photo in the lower left with that amazing modern sink below that friken awesome vintage mirror – that is an amazing bathroom! Yes, drooling here over a bathroom.

  3. Those bathrooms are gorgeous. I always thought about redoing my bathroom but not everything is as pretty as those pictures. Finding the right supplies to fix the plumbing is an issue too. Some things you just can’t find in regular stores.

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