Serene & Eclectic Bathroom Design

February 25, 2020

Need some bathroom design inspiration? This serene bathroom design will help guide you!

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Bathroom design idea mood board from boxwood avenue

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Design board for a serene bathroom design idea from Boxwood Avenue

Whenever I design something, I start with a source of inspiration, it can be a specific tile, textile, photograph, piece of art, color, etc… Just something to get the juices flowing!

This design board was sparked by my affection for the mauve tile shown here. Unfortunately, they no longer make it! However, Cloe tile is very similar, I’ve linked it in the tile section below.

When I work with clients, we often have a custom vanity made, but here is a pre-made vanity that would look great in this space (go with something charcoal or navy).

Tip: When I purchase a ready-made vanity, I will always swap out the hardware.

Paint & Vanity

I pulled my inspiration for this design from the mauve tile, so I wanted to keep things minimal in terms of paint colors. The combination of white & grey pairs fabulously with the marble accents! I think a pop of darker trim would be so elegant!

Shown: All White walls with Cornforth White trim, both made by Farrow and Ball.

One of my favorite color combinations is pink & blue! This design is so light and airy, I think adding a dark colored vanity would really ground the space and add beautiful depth overall.

Plumbing & Hardware

Unlacquered brass adds a sense of tradition to this bathroom design. If I were designing this for a client, I would use a mix of unlacquered brass and black metal tones.

I love the curve of these mirrors – I think curves are having a major moment right now! They have a way of softening everything up so beautifully!

Tile

This entire design board was sparked from the mauve handmade tile shown here, unfortunately they no longer make it! Such a bummer! However, the Cloe tile is very similar! I think it would be so beautiful used as a shower wall tile! Try it in the pink or the white to get this look!

The Cloe tile is a fabulous inexpensive tile that looks excellent with many different tiles, but I especially love it paired with marble! In this design, I would pair penny tile mosaic and large format marble tiles to compliment the Cloe.

Marble Floor Tile | Marble Penny Tile

I placed Cle’s thin glazed brick into this design board as well because it just looks so dang good! If you need an additional tile (say, for the walls) this would be an excellent option!

Textiles

I am smitten with Susan Connor’s designs, and especially this particular pattern! It pairs beautifully with the mauve tile, marble accents, and a vintage rug!

my favorite vintage rug sources

Design board for a serene bathroom design idea from Boxwood Avenue

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  1. I love this design board for the serene and eclectic bathroom.. Do you have a finsihed picture of this bathroom, I couldnt seem to find one.