When I moved into my little bungalow in 2016, I took a step back into the late 1980s. My house had good bones - it just needed updating. The half bath was done in sky blue with builder-grade fixtures and a coastal theme. I feel a coastal theme in a house in the landlocked Ohio Valley is well....no. Anyway, below is one of the listing photos.
Here it is during demolition days. We had not yet removed the old floor tile.
Here you can see where we installed the sink faucet inside the wall. I did this because I was using a vessel sink over an adorable bohemian style cabinet I found while thrifting.
Here is a shot of the sink and cabinet after I hung the boho wallpaper. I used Aleksei Moroccan wallpaper from Wayfair. I got the vessel sink at a builder thrift store.
I used Armstrong Alterna engineered tile called Hint of Gray, which is warmer on the feet and can be installed with or without grout. It was a lot less expensive and required much less labor and wait time. I found the cozy rug at the At Home store here in Cincinnati.
And here is the final photo! I found the pendant light from Bicycle Glass Co. The mirror was given to me by a friend. I also had the window framed out, which greatly warmed up the space. The wallpaper makes this space feel more Moroccan/Bohemian. The colors are light, yet warm, which is what I was going for.
Here's a photo from another angle. You can see more of how the window was trimmed out. The ceiling moulding was already there - I just painted it the color of the ceiling. I did the walls, ceiling and trim in Sherwin-Williams Rice Grain. I painted this way in an effort to make this little half-bath seem bigger. I also plan to paint the small floor vent in the wall trim color to help it blend in, but overall, I think I did a pretty good job pulling off a warm bohemian style half bath.
That's it for now. I'm off to pursue another boho bungalow project!