GET A ROOM
| Farmhouse Bathroom Fixtures |
Out with the old and in with the new! As New Year Resolution time approaches this month, on Get A Room I am exploring Farmhouse Bathroom Fixtures and several possible options for a few upcoming Bathroom Projects for the new year.
What is GET A ROOM: Each month I will provide my readers with a free Vision Board complete with all the links to recreate the room in their own home. It will all be designed, matched and balanced to create a perfect room every time. This month we a featuring Bathroom decor. Think about those box cosmetics and fashion subscriptions, it is the same idea but no charge to my followers.
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GREAT MODERN FARMHOUSE BATHROOM PROJECTS
So I know many of you guys may have read in a few of my spoiler posts, I am planning to do my master bathroom for the Spring One Room Challenge this year. I am also slated to upgrade some decorative finishes in my downstairs guest bathroom as well, for the $100 Room Challenge launching January 2nd. Not to mention we are also starting to look at finishing out our basement this year as well. Which has a fourth stubbed full bathroom located in what will be my Butterfly Landings floral shop area, which would later be used as a sixth bedroom. So needless to say, we have a lot of bathroom projects on the horizon. Taking all of this into account it only makes sense to start the leg work on looking at selecting bathroom fixtures, so I have put together a few of my favorites that we will be looking at as we move forward in this process.
My Favorite Farmhouse Style Faucets
similar style Barclay Lavatory Centerset Faucet
This is my inspiration board for the the basement bathroom decor. Since it is a blank slate I have a ton of design room for adjustments moving forward in this process. This time around I can really make the design what I want. We will have the option of putting in a Rain Tree overhead shower head. This would be a very large plumbing re-work in any of our other bathrooms, which are only 4 years old. So, it only makes sense to add these options in a new space. I must continue with the chair height or comfort height toilets since that is what we have throughout our home already, and we love the height difference. I also really love the idea of an industrial looking pipe faucet with farmhouse style knobs for the sink, since it is a basement bathroom.
Exploring the Rain Tree Shower Head Options:
The Real Rain Overhead Panel is by far my number one choice right now. However, I think my husband may expire when he sees the price tag. LOL, I can already here him questioning me on this decision… “for one fixture in only one room for the entire basement that we do not ever use that often?” but my argument there is how can we use it when it isn’t even built yet? Yep, that should win the debate, I mean who can argue with that logic? Besides my theory is put the money into the bones of your home….buy cheap pillows or rugs, you are going to change them every season, but not your tile or faucets, this is not the place to cheap out.
In conjunction with the shower, I really love the idea of having a built in locker system, like the option available from Kohler. Since this bathroom will be an on suite and there is not a plan for a linen closet, I think this may be a great option for storage. Also Since the space is smaller and bit more industrial in feeling, I like the idea of not using a traditional base cabinet and seeing the pipes for our sink, this will also make the space feel larger but cuts out on storage
Also worth a mention is this decorative round shower drain, this would be a super easy way to upgrade and existing shower and add a few custom elements. I think this might make an appearance in my master bathroom during the One Room Challenge this year. Very affordable and a great way to add some luxe to your bath on your own, no plumbing required.
GREAT BATHROOM PAINT COLORS: