Sweet And Classic Baby Girl Bathroom

Once upon a time, I decided I was going to blog.

Soon thereafter, we decided to buy a house.  An older home that was absolutely teeming with project potential, and almost overnight any and all of my spare time was sucked into pinteresting, planning, searching for my credit cards, ordering things online, figuring out how to return what I just ordered and then ordering some more.

I also have these three kids that kept coming around and asking me for things like snacks, water, clothing, etc…  UGH such distractions.

So I pressed pause on the blog.

But as we are nearing the finish line on a few house projects, I thought I would begin to share some pictures of our updates.  We are still far from done (as in, there is a large portion of the house that I pretend doesn’t exist) but slow and steady wins the race.

First up is the progress in Lady H’s baby girl bathroom.  We’ve worked with a wonderful designer on this girl bathroom room who helped me try to create something feminine, but not super girly.  We also aimed for a classic look that would grow with my daughter that also has bits of trendy tucked in.

And, quatrefoils.  I love them.  I want them.  And gold.  Anything gold.

I’ve shared the links to most of the products I used at the end of the pictures.

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Pink Quatrefoil girl bathroom

 

girls bathroom pink quatrefoil

 

wall mount gold faucet girl bathroom

The biggest sticker shock for me during this round of renovations was the cost of faucets.  I had no idea faucets could be so pricey.  But once I saw some of the “fancier” ones, I couldn’t unsee them. So I splurged on this beautiful piece from Newport Brass. I just love how it says “hot” and “cold” in french.

quatrefoil light girl bathroom

 

antique gold quatrefoil Light pendant chandelier girl bathroom

I adore adore adore this chandelier. It fills the space perfectly and blends so well with everything. I love the shape, design and color.  I knew that if it didn’t work in her bathroom, I could use it pretty much anywhere.

Mirror (similar – can’t find my exact one): One Kings Lane // Sconces: Quorum International // Faucet: Newport brass in Satin Brass // Chandelier: Gabby Home Lewis Chandelier // Rug: Safavieh Adirondack Collection

We still have some finishing touches to add. I need to cover her stool in a different fabric, order new cabinet door pulls and a shower curtain, but it’s coming together.

Once it’s fully done, I’ll update the post!

 

 

 

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