HI! I’m just going to cut to the chase and tell you why I’m so giddy and that I’m so grateful for the opportunity to share this exciting news with you! I was recently asked to decorate this gorgeous bathroom remodel by JN Design and Construction… my first ‘ever’ professional decorating job (outside of friends and family) -insert jumpy claps here!
The foundation of the project was coming to its final days when Jason Norder of JN Design and Construction asked me to come in and style the finishing details. To say I’m honored that he, and his wife Christa, chose me to help expand their portfolio would be an understatement. I spent time discussing likes/dislikes with the homeowner, Jackie, and made it my mission to create the perfect place to retreat to at the end of a long day.
Moody and Chic
Moody and chic comes to mind with this gorgeous shiplap wall. The homeowner chose Peppercorn by Sherwin Williams, for the paint on the shiplap, and I love the contrast with the lighter gray walls.
24″ round frameless mirrors added just the right amount of a modern touch over the vanity. I chose a chrome finish to blend with the faucets and sconces, but had fun mixing metals with the wire basket and flower pot.
A Touch of Farmhouse
The overall color scheme for this gorgeous bathroom remodel is soft grays mixed in with a splash of seafoam green. Jackie ordered these prints on Etsy, but wasn’t insistent on using them. I loved their soft hue and simplicity and, once framed, they provided just the right amount of interest for this space. The prints combined with these wire basket shelves from Hobby Lobby, contribute just a touch of farmhouse.
The homeowner was kind enough to share sources with me for the flooring, tile, shiplap, and paint. All the links including the decor for this gorgeous bathroom remodel will be listed at the end of this post.
My Favorite Element to this Gorgeous Bathroom Remodel
Jason did an amazing job with the shower tile, and if it isn’t eye candy enough… this custom made bathtub tray from ourblessednestof4 on Etsy, completed the space. I had seen these trays before in pictures, but was blown away at their beauty in person. The natural wood in this tray provides organic charm and just makes this space homey.
I was so excited to surprise the home owners with this simple feature and I am happy to say, they loved it too! Bringing in elements of the outdoors when decorating draws people in. There’s just something so calming about natural materials.
Raise your hand if you think you need a bathtub tray now!!
I opted for 3 separate hooks to hang her towels instead of a standard bar. Jackie runs a daycare, so just draping towels on a hook will minimize the worry of little ones practicing their chin-ups and messing up pretty ‘no touch’ towels. She had this gorgeous cotton wreath just laying around. The colors were perfect, and it finished off this space perfectly.
Big thank you to Jason and Christa of JN Design and Construction and the homeowner Jackie for trusting me and allowing me to expand outside my comfort zone. I have been working on providing more services, and this was the extra push I needed.
- Mirrors – Wayfair
- Shiplap – Home Depot
- Paint for Shiplap – Peppercorn SW
- Wall color paint – Gray Matters – SW
- Seafoam Shower Curtain – Overstock
- Wall prints – Etsy
- Shower head – Amazon
- Sink faucets – Amazon
- Wall sconces – Amazon
- Stonebrook – Carrera White 4 x 12 Tub tile-Menards
- Ceramic soap dispensers and cups – Menards
- Faux grass, faux plant, soap and soap dish – Homegoods
- Bathtub tray – Etsy
- Bath towels and rugs – TJ Maxx and Homegoods
- Seasalts, glass jar, faux stem, vase, towel hooks, framed print – Hobby Lobby
- Black wire Metal Wall Baskets – Hobby Lobby
- Flooring – So Luxury Vinyl Plank Radiant Style/Harbor Grey – Kirchners – Paxton, IL
- Vanity – Overstock
Please do not hesitate with questions on sources. I’ll make sure to reach out to the homeowner and answer you promptly. I hope you find inspiration with this gorgeous bathroom remodel. Talk soon!
Author and photos – Martha Knake
Chief Editor – Emily Schunke