Last week I wrote about choosing a contrasting faucet for our bathrooms during the remodel. What I hadn’t shared yet, was that the biggest statement faucet of all had yet to be revealed.
I chose this gorgeous widespread antique brass faucet to be the sink’s main attraction.
This choice felt like a design risk. In fact, I bought two other faucets as back ups that were “safer” bets. Well, and because I’m a visual learner.
But I once I saw it installed, I knew that this antique brass faucet was the exact design choice I needed to make.
This room is not very big, and by not very big, I mean more like it’s definitely a one butt bathroom. Unless there was a butt in that shower too…then maybe you could get away with two butts. 🙂
My mom would not be proud that I didn’t iron that hand towel.
We waited for this mirror from Pottery Barn for well over 4 months, because the first one arrived shattered and it has been back ordered for months.
The mirror is insanely heavy and was worth all the wait.
I’m pretty much obsessed with this powder bath now. This was a space that we added as part of the floorplan re-design during the remodel, as it previously did not exist. And where it lies within the house (downstairs), it will function as the primary bathroom for our guests, hence why it was important for us to add the shower in here (I’ll share more on that tile later).
This countertop was also a score. It was a remnant piece that I found at a local Marble & Granite place, and it is honed quartz which I absolutely LOVE.
I was nervous about the brass in the beginning. But now it has become literally one of my most favorite design decisions we made during the whole remodel.
Take that risk. Especially in a powder bath. You won’t regret it.
Here’s our list of sources:
Pop-Up Drain: Amazon
Floors: English Oak LVP by Moduleo
Light Fixture: Amazon
Mirror: Pottery Barn
Hardware: Pullsdirect.com in Oil Rubbed Bronze
TP Holder: Amazon
Paint Color: BM White Dove