Golden Hour Project Primary Bathroom Reveal

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

The primary bath of our Golden Hour Project uses a beautiful layering of warm woods and cool earth tones to create a pretty space with a spa-like vibe.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

The custom white oak vanity makes a statement. The reeded wood is a trending look in the last year and adds beautiful texture and has high-end appeal. Durable white quartz and white walls painted Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace creates a crisp pairing with the warm wood.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

Beautiful lighting is a favorite way of ours to elevate a bathroom design. Whether you are starting from scratch, or just looking for an affordable way to reimagine your existing space, don’t be afraid to look beyond basic boring bathroom lighting. Here, we chose these incredible ceramic pendants to light the vanity. The black adds depth and a little edge to the space. But we also love the lights in white and used them in this space.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

We paired the ceramic pendants with this beautiful light made from strings of mango wood beads. It adds incredible texture and ties in with wood vanity. We love the look of a large light above the tub. It creates a pretty focal point.

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

Brass fixtures and wood accents create a pretty organic vibe against the sage green tile. We love the cool and calm look. We used Marazzi Costa Clara glossy 3″x12″ in Pelican. The tile set in a straight pattern, instead of staggered, creates a more modern, clean-lined feel.

On the floor we used a porcelain tile from Marazzi. We used Modern Formation 12″ x 24″ in the Headland Fog color. We paired the tile with Mapei Pewter grout.

To see how this bathroom blends with the rest of the project, be sure to check out the kitchen and come back soon for more space reveals.

Happy Monday!

Xxo
Becki

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10 thoughts on “Golden Hour Project Primary Bathroom Reveal

  1. M. says:

    Hi! This is so beautiful.
    Is the Sage Green tile referenced in the post the same as the Pelican tile? It doesn’t appear as green on their website as it does in these photos, so I was hoping to confirm! TYSM!

    • Becki Owens says:

      Hi – colors can appear slightly different in person. We recommend ordering a sample to confirm it works in your space.
      Thank you

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