|The glass tile came out very well. We did have to scrape a lot of glue, but it was worth it!|
It's all in the details. I really love the look of patina green, so I added this as my bright color contrast throughout the bathroom. I used the bird knobs because I have a lot of them and they are darling and look great on just about anything and are paintable.
The shower curtain had to be extra long, so I sewed a topper on it in a burlap color.
more glass tiles in the shower with green fishies
I didn't use the black and white tile, but the checkered look won us over in a beige tone.
Here is a shell sconce, it looks great on the wall color. I will just stick a candle in it instead of wiring it. Courtesy of Carlotta!
Here is the vanity light, again, coastal and sand colored.
I love how the glass tiles dance in the light with the circles in the shower curtain!
View looking the other direction. The lay out came out very nice. I am still adding artistic touches and other decorating, but it is mostly finished.
I wanted the medallion to match the distressed look of the mirror so I touched it up with some paint. Since it is plastic I had to hit the edges to look like they were worn.
|I altered this chandelier to make it look more aged with patina and to match the other accents.|
Other accents, toilet paper holder is made from a boat basket I mounted on the wall and adjusted the handle to allow the roll.