Patrick and I recently moved into a new loft apartment in DTLA. Well actually we moved before the wedding but everything was so hectic and busy then that we are just now starting to slowly decorate the place. The bathroom was next on my list!
After completing a DIY lighting fixture for the dining room (see post here), it was time to tackle the bathroom to create some easy functionality. At our last apartment, we had a glass sliding shower door so there was no need for "decorations" except for the towels and a floating shelf that we installed. So I was very excited to start brainstorming ideas. I came across these crisp blue and white color combinations that looked so calm and serene which is perfect for a bathroom. When I found these square patterned towels from Anthropologie I knew these were the ones. It went with the color scheme and also tied in our Mid Century Modern vibe throughout the rest of the apartment. I then just went with a simple white shower curtain and silver rings to tie in the entire look.
I have been wanting to incorporate agate accents into our new place, and these Anthropologie agate hooks were perfect (similar here and here)!! Patrick is always pushing me towards functionality in design and away from decorative. These hooks hang right by the shower so they are easy to grab without freezing to death after a shower.
I found this blue bath mat at TJ Maxx, since they always have a billion choices in every color possible! But I also found these cute ones at Target that should work just as well (similar here and here). Remember to not be so matchy matchy with trying to get the colors just right from your towels, hooks, and bath mat because they are never going to be right next to each other since the mat will always be on the floor. I am also considering these extra decoration pieces as well. What are your thoughts on what I should get to complete the entire bathroom?? Comment below.
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