Modern Farmhouse Bathroom Renovation :: Inspiration

Special thank you to eFaucets for partnering on this project!

If you've been following along on Instagram you may be mildly aware we are renovating our half bathroom! This will be our first major reno project for our home so even though we haven't even started demo, its been quite a learning process.

For example, who knew tiling a 5x7 ft. bathroom was so damn pricey? In our pre-kid days we probably would have taken the tiling on by ourselves but no amount of time (or wine, for that matter) would be able to get us through that process these days. We're already being pulled in a million different directions, so it was time for a pro.

Demo starts next week and I am so, so ready to say goodbye to these giant brown tiles and boring builder-grade finishes.

Here's what we're working with at the moment:

That's it. Seriously. 

It's not unlivable by any means but its a snoozefest and doesn't fit with our aesthetic.

I'd like to say sayonara to those ugly big brown tiles but unfortunately they still remind me of their presence everyday in our kitchen... which is totally next on the list of projects. (Insert side eye from my husband)

Anyway, bring on the modern farmhouse vibes!

I am notorious for being indecisive so I always have to do a visual like this below in order to collect my thoughts and put together a vision for my projects.

What I love is the texture of this space, wood tones, and light colors. This bathroom sadly does not have any natural light so we'll have to lighten it up with my favorite paint, Decorator's White, and 2" white hexagon tiles.

The starting point of this design though was this vanity and all of the modern matte black hardware. When I searched for hardware this Kohler Purist faucet was one of the first that came up and I was immediately sold. I'm pairing it with the matching Kohler Purist towel ring and a new toilet lever (can't forget that!).

I also really love this Minted print paired with an oversized mat and frame.

The one thing I'm not sure of is the color of the mirror. Should I stick to black or mix metals with a chrome version?! Haaaaalp.

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