I am so excited to bring to you another Project Reveal! This is part one of what Im thinking will be many from our #ProjectWestUHouston. Now, I haven’t formally introduced this project yet, because we are in the middle of a Kitchen and Master Bathroom remodel and there are some other spaces in the home we are working to finish up. But we have finished the Office Bathroom in partnership with Stone Textile and Clay Imports. And I am obsessed with how this space came together.
To tell you a little about the client and the project: this is a family of four who have amazing taste and a love for a little pop of color. I would say their style is a modern traditional, where they love blending traditional lines with a modern print or pop of color. When designing the Office bathroom I wanted to continue the design from not only the connecting office (we will get to that soon) but the rest of the house as well.
The Stontextile Collection
If you follow me on Instagram you may realize I work a lot with Elizabeth at Stone Textile. I have been assisting her with everything from styling photoshoots, to design products and of course her textile line of fabrics, pillows and wallpaper. She teamed up with Clay Imports in Austin to create a beautiful tile line. And I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of the first batches for this project. We used the Tangram Pattern in the classic black and white. What I loved the most about this tile is the strong geometric pattern, the clean lines and some what of a spin off a classic subway.
The tile was really the jumping off point for the rest of the bathroom design. Out in the office we are us a sage tone with charcoal accents and a pop of this marigold color. I loved this golden tone with the black and white tile. So we had a custom made shower curtain made to start to tie together the two spaces.
The Design Details
For the vanity area, we went with the same charcoal color we are using for the built-ins in the office. And updated the cabinet hardware and the plumbing fixtures to be a slightly more modern brass tone. To really bring the two spaces together and add a little character to the Bathroom, we added one of my prints/art pieces of all times.
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