Powder Bath

When we purchased the home, it didn’t have a bathroom on the main level. There was one in the basement and on the landing upstairs, but nothing off the kitchen/family room. When we decided to relocate the laundry room, add a pantry and push out the garage, it only made sense to add a powder bath here as well. It is definitely the most used bathroom in the house- especially when guests are over or we’re having a pool day!

We kept the same “slate” looking 12x24” tile that was in the hallway and laundry room and carried it into the bathroom. I wanted slate tile but we ended up with a porcelain tile that looked the exact same but was way more durable. I love the texture on this tile and how it pops with the light platinum grout. We ordered it from a supplier indirectly so I do not have a link, but I have seen some similar large tiles online :)


The rustic wooden vanity is from Wayfair. I LOVE this piece and highly recommend it. We went with the Quartz white top, but the black Limestone top would be gorgeous as well with white tile! I am keeping this one in mind for future bathroom renos :) This one is also very similar but a slightly different middle doors. I love this one as well with a different setup! GAH- Wayfair has some great vanities!

I was on the hunt for a pretty specific faucet in here. I wanted one with the separate vintage style knobs denoting the water temperature. I found this one from Kingston Brass on Wayfair and it was exactly what I wanted. A little pricier- but worth it.

The mirror is from Wayfair also, but sadly I don’t think they carry the exact one anymore. This black one is similar and gorgeous! The one that we have is 27.5 inches and a great fit!


The light is from Build.com. This is the exact shade and then I did the goose neck stem. It was $104 total- not bad!

The wall scroll is from Smallwood Home and is only $30! These are so fun to switch out for different holidays and the black and white contrast is perfect in this space!