Well we made it to another One Room Challenge reveal!! I’m so excited to share this space with you guys and once again am so grateful for this challenge, for giving us the kick in the butt we needed to finish this room! So let’s take a look at our new Green and White Color Block Tile Bathroom!
But first, if you want to see how we got to where we are today, be sure to check out all our progress each week from the beginning!
Of course we have to remember what this room looked like before (post black toilet and black pedestal sink).
So here it is!
GREEN AND WHITE COLOR BLOCK TILE BATHROOM
I couldn’t love it more. Since it was a half bath I thought it would be fun to play around and do something different and it totally paid off. I wasn’t sure how so much tile would look but I’m obsessed.
We bought the tile locally from Buckeye Tile and it’s the Peronda Poitier Tile in Sage and White. The floors were replaced with the rest of the main level back in the fall and are wood look tiles called Treverkchic in the color Francese from Marazzi.
The dresser I found on Facebook Marketplace and refinished it to turn into our vanity. I used a Dark Walnut stain on it and added new gorgeous gold hardware from Rejuvenation. To prevent water damage, it’s sealed using Tung Oil.
It provides plenty of storage in such a small space and brings in some warmth with the wood tone.
Choosing a sink was hard! I polled you guys on instagram about what sink to get and it was pretty close! I decided to go with this unique oval shape sink I found and couldn’t love it more. Paired with our sleek brass faucet, it keeps things simple and minimal.
I’ll be sharing a more in depth blog post about how to install the shelf between tile like that but it was SO easy. We did it in our master bathroom too and I just love the added interest it brings into a room.
Can we just talk about how good this mirror from Edgework Creative is?! I’m still so grateful to them for driving all the way from Columbus to deliver it to me. And it hasn’t fallen off so I think we’re good 😉 I love the round shape and think it helps balance out all the other straight lines in the room.
To finish off this side of the bathroom, I added two hanging pendant lights. I originally had wanted something more modern and sleek but I like the unique shape of the globes on these and think mixing in something a little more traditional was fun and unexpected.
Keeping the decor around the toilet minimal helped things to not get overcrowded. I took a piece of artwork that was up in my office nook and re-framed it and placed it on the ledge. Then I found this cool wooden candle holder that I used for a few different accessories.
And can we talk about the rug?! I waited until everything else was in before deciding on one which didn’t leave me much time. Of course I found a gorgeous vintage one from Turkey and luckily they had insanely fast shipping and it arrived just in time.
I feel like my ORC posts usually have SO many photos but this room is s small! And dark. It was definitely a challenge to photograph. But here’s some more beauty shots!
Thanks for all your support along the way and for helping me make decisions! I hope you guys love our Green and White Color Block Tile Bathroom as much as we do! Cheers to another successful One Room Challenge in the books!
SHOP OUR COLOR BLOCK TILE BATHROOM
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Wall Tile – Peronda Poitier Series in Sage & White 3×12
Floors – Treverkchic Wood Look Tiles in the color Francese by Marazzi
Mirror – Custom made by Edgework Creative
Rug – Vintage rug from Etsy