Mixing Metals with Brizo in the Bathrooms of Villa Bonita

Our Villa Bonita Project has a fresh vibe with a pretty layering of neutral textures. We used warm woods and layers of white in contrast with metal accents in a modern mix of finishes. Because we were keeping the color palette simple, we knew that each organic element had to be of the highest quality and prettiest design. Brizo is one of my go to sources for bathroom fixtures because they make such a statement. See how we used different finishes in each of the four bathrooms for a look that feels fresh yet timeless.

Builder: Split Rock Fine Homes
Photography: Alyssa Ence Photography

Guest Bathroom 1

In the guest bathrooms, we created pretty contrast against the white quartz and warm wood with matte black fixtures. We chose the Jason Wu for Brizo Collection because we love the clean lines and modern design.

The faucet is the Two Handle Wall-Mount Lavatory Faucet paired with this Push Button Drain. The matte black finish creates a bit of edge and works with the other black accents in the space.

For the shower, we used Jason Wu for Brizo Tempassure Thermostatic Shower Trim. The cool minimalist design looks good but is also really high quality and made of solid metal. It stands out from the tile without distracting from the intricate mosaic.


Guest Bathroom 2

In the second guest bathroom, we used the same faucet and shower fixture from the Jason Wu for Brizo Collection with the addition of a tub fixture. We mixed the matte black finish with polished chrome lighting to create more interest.

In the shower, the matte black fixture highlights the bold geometric lines of the bathroom floor tile and looks dramatic against the all white shower tile.


Master Bathroom

In the Master Bathroom we continued our metal mixing. To complement the cool grays from the tile and the warmth from the wood, we mixed brass with nickel. We chose the Rook Widespread Lavatory Faucet in Polished Nickel. This faucet feels substantial, a clean-lined modern aesthetic blended with a tradition. The polished nickel is so pretty and adds a layer of shine.

Keeping in the same collection, we selected the Rook Two Handled Tub Filler. Against the white tile, the polished nickel makes a statement. The fixture design, paired with the claw foot tub, creates old world charm in the clean modern space.

In the shower, we liked the simple lines of the Litze Slide Bar Handshower with H2OKinetic Technology and the Litze 4-Function Raincan Showerhead with H2OKinetic Technology. Even though the shower fixtures were from a different collection, in the polished nickel it worked perfectly with the Rook pieces.


Powder Bathroom

In the powder bathroom, we decided on using a third fixture finish, Brizo’s beautiful Luxe Gold. The simplicity of this single-hole faucet makes such a statement and it really stands out in that rich brass. I love it. It’s the Litze Wall Mount Lavatory. It has that built-in valve that you rotate for your hot and cold water. See what I mean about Brizo’s designs? So good.

Villa Bonita was a fun project for me because I got to design it in collaboration with some of my favorite companies. I’ve already shared how we used Lamps Plus for lightingFireclay for tile, and now Brizo for faucets and fixtures. If you missed it, last week I shared how Brizo also elevated the kitchen design with the prettiest bridge faucet and other fixtures. We will be sharing more insider Villa Bonita sources and design tips soon, so be sure to check back.

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7 thoughts on “Mixing Metals with Brizo in the Bathrooms of Villa Bonita

    • Becki Owens says:

      Hi – these were custom created by the builder. If you use the imagery as inspiration – your builder/cabinet guy should be able to recreate.

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