Well if we are at a standstill in the construction process I might as well pretend to decorate right?
I believe this was a place setting at West Elm at one time. I pinned this picture probably two years ago and it doesn't link directly to the source but I think I remember that is where it's from. Anywho..When I saw it I instantly wanted to incorporate these colors and textures into the Jack n Jill bath at the new casa.
I love the different variations of green and the bright white with a little rustic wood thrown in.
I want the kids bath to be playful but not too youthful. Nothing is set in stone yet except the vanity...
The countertops will be Grey Expo from silestone.
The dark stained concrete floors...
And this fun West Elm light.
I'm going to bring in the wood tones with two mirrors in a shade and texture like this mirror that was super inexpensive at Garden Ridge.
Now for the fun stuff(the accessories)!
I love these green giraffe curtains as the shower curtain. It's playful and that's where I want to go for the kiddos.
I fell hard for these animal hooks from anthropology a long time ago too. I hope they still have them or I can at least find something similar and paint it white if need be. I just picture 3 different animal heads holding the kids towels!
This owl light switch cover resides at anthro too. I'll admit I have never bought a thing at Anthropology because I'm a cheapo but I may have to splurge for these cuties.
I think they will add a perfect bit of whimsy to our fairly basic bathroom.
And although I'm tempted to do some super cute more childish art on the only wall that I have to decorate in the space I don't know if I can pass up this butterfly display.
I think these Free Printable Butterflies that BHG.com featured would look awesome on the wall in the wet area(the shower and toilet are in their own little room).
Now don't hold me to it but that is where my mind is right now and well really it has been for a while;) I suppose I could always move in and have a change of heart but I am still loving that place setting as inspiration! My mission will have to be to find some mint green and other green tones to really follow through with it. Have you ever been inspired but something like a place setting or something like it before?