Today I am excited to share images from my Town Center Project bathroom. We introduced this home in this kitchen post and described how we created a Spanish Modern vibe with traditional black and white cement tile mixed with clean lines and modern medium-toned wood. I love how this look translated in the bathroom. Read on for details and sources!
The most important detail of any bathroom is the tile. In this bathroom we wanted a layering of pattern that still felt fresh and clean. We chose black and white floor tile from The Cement Tile Shop in the Tripoli pattern. These handmade encaustic cement tiles create a beautiful Old World style. We paired it with matte white 3″ x 6″ subway tile and black grout. Using dark grout instead of white creates a bold patterned wall with a modern industrial vibe.
The vanity is custom stained oak with a Ceasarstone countertop in Organic White. The coolest black and brass knobs from Rejuvenation (sold out but they have other unique finds) make the piece feel unique. The faucet is from Pfister. We chose the Kenzo Wall Mount Wide-spread Trough Faucet because we like the clean modern lines and bold matte black.
The arched wall mirror is the perfect pairing of Old World lines and modern bold black. To tie in the brass cabinet hardware, we used a modern brass sconce with exposed Edison bulbs. It’s an affordable light by Kichler but looks really good. We finished off the space with a few styling details–a striped Turkish towel and a faux succulent in a simple black pot. In a windowless bathroom, a faux succulent is a great option for bringing in a pop of fresh green. We found this one so affordably at Target or check out our Faux Plant Guide for more options.
We love the way this bathroom came together. The pretty pairing of black and white warmed with wood and brass feels like a modern classic. Shop the look below to recreate a similar look in your own home!
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