We have been making a lot of decisions about our master bathroom the past several weeks. Tiles, faucets, cabinets, sconces, mirrors and a tub have all been chosen and ordered! I'm super excited about the way that it is coming together and can't wait to see the finished product. As you may know, I love and adore my kitchen, and I wanted our bathroom to have the same look and feel but in bathroom form! We've chosen a lot of similar elements for the bathroom as we already have in the kitchen- white cabinets, marble, wood and some vintage lights!
Months and months ago I picked up a pair of old sconces for a song at a consignment store. Of course, I was drawn immediately to the bows and couldn't resist them (my electrician is probably going to want to throttle me- they don't have a back and won't cover a modern junction box!). I've really worried about the fact that I'm going to be mixing finishes in the bathroom. The sconces (and a chandelier) are brass and my faucet fixtures are going to be nickel. Would it make the bathroom look helter skelter or like a room that has come together over time? I fretted and fretted over this detail and yet today I looked at my range in the kitchen and realized that it too has mixed finishes! I love my range, so here's to hoping I love the mixed finishes in the bathroom!