Ben and Amanda of the inspiring blog 12 Oaks recently finished remodeling their guest bath and what a transformation it saw! (Bye bye pink tiles and vanity!) Benjamin Moore’s Palladian Blue is the perfect color for the tongue and groove walls! I love that they chose a classic white subway tile for the shower and beautiful marble for the floor, looks amazing! The vanity is awesome too and I love all the accessories–especially the shower curtain! Seriously such a cute bathroom, I love every inch! View more pics, learn all the sources, and see the renovation step-by-step over at 12 Oaks!
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We got that same vanity in our half bath and we love it!
I agree with you, I love every inch of it too… gorgeous! Little Bit
Beautiful! I just did a similar post last week on our bath reno (link below). We happily said good-bye to our pink tiles too!
Erin- Thank you so much for featuring our bathroom on your blog! What a cool surprise, I was wondering why so many comments we're popping up and then saw they were coming from your blog. Your write-up was so nice. Blogging is fun 😉 Thanks again!
YUM…that color is AMAZING . It look awesome, the decor everything:) Thanks for always bringing us such nice inspirtation of decor, just gets right to a girls heart!!!
Melody Migas says
I love the wood, dark faucet, and accessories with the light. A great mix.
Debra Rozenman says
Love everything about this bathroom, it's so refreshing,
it looks like it belongs in a vacation house. Makes me want to be on vacation.
To visit my website
Practical Suburban Mom says
Holy cow. This has almost every decorating element I love in one room: aqua, marble, white subway tiles… Goodness. Love!!
I love the vanity. I was looking at a similar one from Restoration Hardware. Where did you find yours?
I too, would love to know where this vanity came from! Beautiful color palette!
Looks like they bought the vanity (which included the marble top) from Home Decorators…I love it too!
rony@gutter cover says
I an loving it..!! These keys are really inspiring me to decorate my hose in a same manner.
You made a beautiful bathroom. Great work! Did it take you a lot of time to repair? I recently renovated my bathroom. I did not want to spend a lot of money on repairs, so I made such changes. 1. To replace the tiles. You can decorate them with decorative plastic panels. This finishing material is easy to install and does not require special skills. Another variant of the original decoration is to decorate the bathroom with a mural. 2. The easiest way not to spend money on repairs and not to change the tile is to radically change it. 3. Also, replacing a mirror, rug or toothbrush cup can give an amazing effect. But now I plan to do a complete renovation. Is it worthwhile hiring contractors to perform repairs or is it cheaper to do everything myself? I will be grateful for the help.