Sneek Peek: Guest Bathroom in the Country

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We got the second bathroom done 
and it's a cutie
 I did a post a few weeks back and you can read more here...but the main feature of the bathroom is this old little farm house table, with the green knob and the wonderful chippy paint

All 100% original, to the piece.
  I used Bree Wax to finish it off for a bit of protection and sheen but thats pretty much it.
 The tile is similar to the Master bathroom 
only the mosaics are used, playing with scale 
to make the pattern more interesting
 The floor is done in solid 12x12 carrera 
with a mosaic inset border of 1 1/4 by 5/8 " tiles
 I carried the border around the entire room and into the shower stall
The floor is the same type of rectangular mosaic but in a much smaller scale  of  
1 1/8 by 1/2 inch mosaic tiles
The walls are 3x6 inch white subway from Home Depot
 I used a really contemporary fixtures throughout...
the shower fixture is from Delta
 Remember that these bathroom don't have any windows  so lighting is really important. 
I had the doors made with an opaque milk glass window to let in more light from the main house.  You actually can see into this bathroom when you walk in the front room....
gotta keep this bath really clean and pretty

Here is  a quick peek....

More details to follow!
29 comments:
  1. Wow!!! Now that's a nice bathroom in the country!! Very pretty:)

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  2. That is great! Love what you're doing and that is a wonderful table!

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  3. Such a tease and I know it is going to be stunning.

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  4. It's so beautiful Kelley. I love all the white with the marble accents. Oh...and that shower head is stunning...great job...can't wait to see the rest.

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  5. I love this little table! If "tables could talk" I am sure that it has had an interesting life!

    Beautiful preview! Cannot wait to see the rest.

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  7. Love that style. We're doing something like it now: subway tile, marble and mosaics.

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  8. Love, love, love that vintage table...it looks like "you"! Can't wait to see the full reveal.

    Also, I wanted to thank you for becoming a follower on my blog, what an honor.

    I bit the bullet and ordered a black & white cowhide rug off Overstock, hopefully it will work in my sunroom but if not, it can go in the 2nd guest room.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Judy

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  9. I love that little table, can't wait to see it when it's all done!

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  10. Love your blog and your style. It has been fun to see everything you have done to your homes. Cant wait to see the bathroom when your done. Hurry up and finish all ready! Please!

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  11. A 'sneek' peek just isn't enough! I know I'm going to love it!!! Can't wait!

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  12. This is going to be fabulous, I can tell from that sneak peek! I'm thinking you are using that table to hold a vessel sink? It should be magazine ready soon--right? haha Love it! ~Delores

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  13. SO pretty! Need to see more, please :)

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  14. Two soap and shampoo niches...how smart you are! All these little touches that very few builders think of will make all the difference in the world when you are living in this space.
    Coming along so well!

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  15. lookin' good girl! ready for the tour!
    xox

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  16. Love what you have done! I am looking forward to seeing more...
    Jane

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  17. So pretty! I want to see more!!
    In fact, better yet, can you come do my bath. We're looking at a remodel here in CO. And I'm pondering steamshower vs. regular....

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  18. really great so far -looking forward to the big reveal. I think the mixing the economical yet timeless classic of subway tile with more expensive tile more as detail where it counts, is a great way to do it.

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  19. Wow! Love the tilework! So pretty! Can't wait to see more.

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  20. Awesome. I think that table looks good! And yes the bathroom is such a cutie. You did a great job.

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  21. I want a shower under that gorgeous square showerhead. You wouldn't mind...would'ja?

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  22. Hello,

    Can't wait to see! Love your blog and love your decorating style.
    Claudia

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  23. Your 'peak' is exquisite! The table, the flowers, the door knob, the glass in the door...not to mention the glorious marble and subways...all so perfect! I'm holding my breath until the reveal! ;)
    xo J~

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  24. I’ve just stumbled upon your lovely blog. I look forward to popping by again for some more inspiration! I'm just new into blogging this year & have put together a daily blog on design, fashion, food, travel and anything pretty.
    http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/ and one on everything coastal
    http://coastal-style.blogspot.com/
    I had a lot of fun putting them together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.
    x
    Melissah

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  25. Your finished product is beautiful! I love the jadeite towel holders; so unique. I've actually never seen them before but the color is glorious. Your idea to put the sink faucet in the corner is very fun. All that room for soap and flowers and I love the unexpected. You've done a fantastic job - enjoy your fabulous new bathroom!

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