Grace’s bathroom

Seeing our vision come to life in G's bath has been absolutely mind-blowing. Walking past this room each day brings me so much joy, inspiration, and tranquility. I love design and always have—and the one driving force through the entirety of my life—has been creating spaces that make feel something deep in my bones. This room is doing it for me.

My style is very European influenced. Since I can't live there, I shall bring Italy, France, and Spain to me! A key focus being materiality, great textures, and warmth. But the core focus that always unfolds when I put things together, is the way in which they have such an impact on your senses. A deep sigh of satisfaction ensues for me when a room is equal parts calming/grounding and playful/whimsical.

I will forever have marble counters in my home(s)... it is a non-negotiable. The way stone looks and feels—it just doesn't get better, if you ask me. I can't wait to lay on my kitchen island...

I love injecting charm and character through vintage rarities and fun and quirky shapes. I love using glass throughout my home (as you well know). I've been collecting vintage murago vases, lighting, accents for many years now that have become such a signature to my home style.

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I have been following Castelli Marble for years now and knew they would be our go to for tiling when the time came. We placed an order for their antique carrara mosaic for the floors awhile back (along with a couple other styles for mudroom and range backsplash, but will share this later). We planned to buy a marble slab for the counter, but when I saw Castelli made incredible fabricated sinks, they left me no choice. It's a work of art and will probably come with me if we move at some point (way later down the road).

Such a fan of House of Rohl — we ordered this faucet in polished nickel. So beautiful. We also have another one of their faucets in the primary bath and ordered a Perrin & Rowe piece for the kitchen (will share when complete!).

The hardware is by Emtek. Our home is all Emtek hardware for doors and cabinets and will most likely use them for kitchen cabinets as well! Paint color on the walls is Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore and Palk Oak by BM on the vanity. I had the curtains custom made with Perennial Performance fabric and made the valance myself.

The murano towel racks are vintage and mirror details here. Excited for more of this beautiful feeling to come as our home renovation continues to unfold.

If you'd like to stay in the loop on BTS and my process with sourcing and putting our home together, you can join my Studio community at any time! It's also an incredible resource if you are interested in bring your space to life, honing in on your personal style, have bought your first home, etc. We have a community forum that is a wealth of knowledge, inspiration, advice, and much more. x


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