In a large primary bathroom, everyone’s favorite go-to look of “white and spa-like” can end up feeling cavernous and empty. Today’s transformation is the antidote. Full of texture, pattern, and artisan styling pieces, the space feels charming and beautiful. It’s a space to relax in and soak up the interesting artisan touches. Take a look at this inspiring transformation!
Replacing a marble chevron floor, Arto Brick Tiles create a unique foundation of warm color and texture. They lead past a custom oak vanity to the most welcoming bathing nook we have ever seen. The door, painted Piano Room by Portola Paint breaks up the fresh white walls.
A beautiful free standing tub replaced the old built-in spa tub, instantly adding charm. A statement gold pendant light creates a focus, while walls of art add inspiration. For a curated collection of art and other styling pieces, check out Skout’s Shop.
Zellige Tile from Cle adds texture and shine to the wall. We love how the tile frames out the mirror. Trending rattan sconces hang from the ceiling to add directed light.
The bathroom is a beautiful example how more detail and texture can create a space that still feels fresh and curated. To see more of Skout’s work, check out the design firm’s portfolio here or visit them on Instagram. To create a similar look in your own home, shop the slider below.
Happy Transformation Tuesday!
2 thoughts on “A Bathroom Transformation full of Artisan Accents and Neutral Texture”
I am desperate to find the bathroom floor tiles in this picture. Can you please be specific as to where I can find them to purchase?
Hi – Aren’t they lovely. The interior designer for this space is linked under the picture. Skout Design. You can reach out to them if you like for more information. Thanks for reading.