This post is in partnership with Peerless Faucet.
It’s finally here- our guest bathroom reveal + tour. As you know, we’ve spent the past few years turning the house we bought on our wedding day into the home of our dreams. To do so we have taken inspiration from resorts we’ve visited all over the world.
One of the first things I do when I walk into a hotel room is to check out the bathroom. So, when creating a space for our own guests I wanted that surprise & delight element and I feel like we were able to do that.
We paired a bolder navy blue cabinet with simple understated whites and grays. Then to make the space feel a little extra special I incorporated some brushed gold with these beautiful floor tiles and cabinet pulls.
To ensure the bathroom didn’t feel too fancy I chose to mix some metals. It is something I did here in our kitchen remodel too (see here).
I decided to go with Peerless, because they really gave our bathroom that simple, yet timeless look and feel. If you remember I used Peerless fixtures in our Kids’ Bathroom Renovation as well (see here.)
I actually chose the exact same Peerless Precept Two Handle Widespread Bath Faucet that I used in the kids’ bathroom, except this time I went with the Brushed Nickel finish. I just love the minimal and modern design. I think it’s a great addition to the space.
I found Peerless Faucet when I was researching products for our remodels. I loved that Peerless offered a variety of bathroom and kitchen faucets, showerheads, and tub kits in gorgeous designs and at affordable prices.
Plus, Peerless is backed by Delta Faucet Company, the largest U.S. manufacturer of residential and commercial faucets. Another thing I love about this brand is that all Peerless faucets come with a limited lifetime faucet and finish warranty. That gave me peace of mind too.
Downstairs we chose to get rid of the shower/tub combo we had, and instead wanted to provide our guests with the luxury of a large standing shower. This also allowed us to make the space feel more open and inviting when paired with glass shower doors, wall tile that went all the way up to the ceiling, and extending the shower floor tile throughout the bathroom.
For the showerhead, we used the coordinating Peerless Precept Tub Shower Trim Kit. Had we realized initially that we were going to take away the tub I would have gone with one of their Shower Systems. But one thing I have learned about remodeling is that you have to stay flexible. I think the Precept Shower Head looks and functions great in this space and ultimately getting rid of the tub was the right call. Have you ever changed your mind mid-remodel?
I kept things pretty simple in the shower using the same tile we used on the floor behind the shelving on the wall. I like to keep things simple and less complicated. I have used these refillable shower bottles since we redid our master bath (see that renovation here). I love the overall aesthetic. No funky shampoo bottles to catch your eye and distract you from the beauty and elegance of the bathroom itself.
I am so happy with the way the guest bathroom turned out. It was a sore spot previously and I am just so excited to have an inviting space for our guests when they come over now.
If you are considering a bathroom (or kitchen) remodel in your near future I highly recommend you look into Peerless. They offer affordable faucets with proven design in a range of styles and finishes, which really simplified my decisions when renovating my bathroom. If you want to learn more about Peerless Faucet or view their collection just click here.
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