Wednesday, January 6, 2016

beach house tour: bathrooms

a few months ago, I revealed my parents' beach house living room with the intent to share more of their beautiful home in the future. stephen and I haven't made it back to the beach in a while, but the builder requested to take some photos of his work and sent them over to my family. which means I have lots to share! think of it as an early glimpse of springtime to come, right smack dap in the middle of winter.

over the next few weeks, I'll share different parts of their home including the master bedroom and the kitchen and also accents such as sliding barn doors throughout the house. I thought I'd start this ongoing home tour with bathrooms. we can look at beach bathrooms in january and not be too depressed, right? it's not like I started with views of the ocean, I know it's probably 20 degrees wherever you are... so we're starting with bathrooms. or if you're in atlanta, it's probably 70 degrees. this season's weather has sure been wonky.

between the cool curtain fabrics and the modern tile colors and patterns, these beachy bathrooms steal the show all throughout the house. first, the master bathroom...

I love the clear wash basin, marble countertop, and friendly seahorse curtains in this guest bathroom!

next, a shower in one of the bedrooms with a tile feature that resembles running water and a matching border around the bathroom mirror.

this guest bathroom features a handmade shell mosaic mirror by my mom!

the bunkbed room has jovial turtle and coral print curtains (love!) and matching teal tile stripes in the shower. it's hard to see from the photos, but there's even matching and contrasting blue bottle glass in the counter tops.

this next bathroom is very clean looking with white shower tiles and gray and white marble counter tops. oddly, this is the room my little sister stays in most and she's anything but clean. love you, sister!

my parents also used sliding barn doors throughout the house, and this one happens to lead to a bathroom. this counter also has the matching blue bottle flecks in the counter tops and thick teal tile work.

and lastly, if you're not too bathroomed out yet... you could even take a shower outside!

I hope you enjoyed the beachy bathrooms portion of this home tour - more to come over the next few weeks!

1 comment:

  1. So where is my invite?.... I don't even need to see the rest of the house to know how fabulous it is! Tell your parents congrats, they totally deserve it!