Bathed in Style, Two Ways
Is your bathroom looking blah? Pops of color and pattern to the rescue.
Glam Midcentury Mash
Gold and saffron accents add shimmer and polish to neutral smoke-color terra cotta tiles and whitewashed walls. An original artwork sets the palette and tone, which is repeated in functional pieces, such as soap holders and towels, and decorative objects d’art.
This original color mash painting by local artist Lindsy Halleckson brings together all the elements of the scene and serves as its capstone.
Golden bowls glimmer in the sunlight and glow in candle light, repeating the shiny motif. Warm metallic accents, including gold and brass, are a hot fall trend.
Alligator-embossed vinyl looks upscale, but withstands wet towels and après soaking moments. The Asian influence puts a twist on the Midcentury vibe and the rectangle shape pairs well with the étagère.
An eclectic collection—hand-crafted carvings, portraits, pottery, and woven arts—is tied together by texture, pattern, and natural materials, including a bamboo ladder, wooden vase, and woven tray turned on its side to become a starburst art piece.
Flame stitch and chevron are popular patterns this fall. Bold stripes immediately punch up an otherwise subdued space.
A one-of-a-kind 1965 Polish fresco provides a simple focal point to the busy scene. The fresco’s rustic, antique quality dovetails with the other handmade pieces.
The woven African design in this handcrafted tray links to the pattern and texture of the towels and stool.
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