I recently got professional shots back of my Las Palmas master bathroom and so today I am excited to reshare the details of this modern bohemian bath retreat. The space is a fresh room filled with Moroccan influences and colorful accents. Take a peek and then see how to recreate a similar look in your own home.
Photography: Ryan Garvin
We started creating this serene space with a crisp white foundation that feels clean and fresh. To add interest, we then created warmth with colorful accessories.
The vintage kilim runner (similar here, here, here, and here) spans the bathroom to add vibrant color and wooden accents add warmth throughout the space. We chose a wooden sculptural stool and wood-framed mirror to provide a space to get ready. A wood ladder creates a perfect spot to hang fringed Turkish towels.
We chose black round mirrors to tie in the dark accents in the room. Dark accents work to ground the bright space and create modern edge. Brass sconces above the mirrors are paired with a beautiful Moroccan-style pendant from Arteriors.
A modern freestanding tub has clean lines that fits the fresh aesthetic. For more freestanding tub favorites, read this post. We styled the tub with this wooden bathtub tray. It gives a space for a candle, bath salts, and a drink to sip while unwinding.
In the adjacent walk-in closet, we created another vanity spot for final touches. We used this beautiful inlaid bone mirror (or here is another pretty option) and styled the space with brass shadow boxes for jewelry, a basket for laundry, photos and fresh flowers.
This space is clean and fresh but with a global influence that keeps it interesting. To recreate the look in your own space, pin the Get the Look below for future reference. To see more of my Las Palmas Project read about the kitchen or the living and dining rooms.