Creating A Dream Bathroom

Even though we are currently in a home we love, I know it's not our forever home.  Right honey?  Whenever I see photos of things I would absolutely love in my dream home, I pin them for later.  I try to find some elements in the room that I can incorporate into our current home.  Don't we all have lists of what we would want in our dream home?

 Take this master bathroom for instance. I love the modern feel of it.  It has a dark stained vanity but the rest of the room is light and bright.  It has a wonderful skylight, walk in shower, and storage above the tub.  Do you see all the marble tile throughout?  Yes, please.


I looked for items from this inspiration picture that could help re-create this look.  When you find an inspiration photo, scan each piece to see what you can pull together on your own.  PlumbTile is a great online resource for all your bathroom needs.  Here's what I put together using the main pieces.

  vanity / mirror / sconcefaucet / marble tile

The first thing I searched for was a vanity in the furniture category.  The vanity is one of the main pieces in the room and grounds the bathroom.  You know I love dark furniture, so espresso was a must which is what drew me in with the inspiration picture.  I chose this vanity from the collection.  Storage is a must in the bathroom and this one has cabinet space and a drawer.

Next up was the mirror.  Framed mirrors give a finished look to me.  They aren't just floating on the wall.  This mirror is an espresso finish as well.

Another element I liked about this bathroom is the sconces on the wallIn my current bathroom we have bar lights above the mirrors so this is a different look for me.  I've read that sconces are better and don't cast such a shadow as bar lights since they are more on the side of your face and not aboveThe sconce I chose is very similar to the inspiration picture.

The faucets in the inspiration picture are chrome and more traditional.  The faucet I found has the same feel with double handles and the curved spout.

When you come across a photo of a room you love, remember you can pull it off too.  What you can put together may not be identical, but can come pretty close.  I would hope your room would be better since you are putting your own spin to it and making it more to fit your home.

*This is a sponsored post but the views and opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. I really like the picture of your dream modern bathroom. My husband and I are remodeling are home and our dream bathroom looks something similar. Unfortunately we don't have the space to have it look anything like that, but we are trying to get the same feel with the colors and lines. Hopefully you can get yours one day!


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