Our goal for our Estillo Project was a fresh take on coastal. In the kitchen, dining room, and master bedroom we achieved a light and airy feel by sticking to layers of white and then adding interest and edge with weathered woods, vintage textiles, and black accents. Today I am excited to share how we brought this same sophisticated beachy vibe into the powder room. It’s a clean modern coastal space with mid century accents for a fresh new look.
Photography: Ryan Garvin
We paired shiplap walls painted Benjamin Moore no pigment white with a carrara elongated hex tile. This beautiful tile feels classic but with an interesting shape that is more modern.
The Restoration Hardware vanity is gray oak that lends a coastal driftwood look. It is clean-lined and modern with metal accents and topped with carrara marble to match the tile. Also consider these two vanities for a similar look here and here.
The beautiful brass fixture is from the East Linear line from Newport Brass. The rich brass color adds warmth and contrasts beautifully with the carrara marble and black accents.
The black and brass midcentury sconces make a statement in the simple space. They are no longer available, but check here for a similar look. We paired the lights with a thin metal frame on a rounded rectangle mirror to add a modern industrial edge to the space.
I love this bright and airy powder bath. It is simple and clean but with statement pieces that make the small space standout. To create this modern coastal vibe in your own bathroom, check out the resources below. Thanks for stopping by today!