Ok, so these basement room reveals are slowly but surely going to start rising to the surface! I’ve shared a few sneak peeks with you all since we took on our basement project last Spring, but today I am so excited to show you the newly finished Basement Bathroom. Another completed space in the books!
I worked on this room little by little after sharing the basement bathroom progress post [I know…ages ago] by picking up a few things here and there and then finally took my camera down to shoot some photos. I truly love how it came together! T and I joke that it’s by far the nicest bathroom in the house and we really should be showering and getting ready down here. Buuuut instead, our guests have been able to use it as an alternative to the guest bathroom on the 2nd floor. If I had to pick, I’d be grabbing my gear and heading down!
After you scroll through the pictures, be sure to take a peek at the end of the post where I’ve linked up as many of the sources or similar items I could find—a ton of my decor pieces were from HomeGoods [which is frequently referred to as the “mothership” around here!] but did my best to find super close alternatives.
Overall, the space is fresh and airy with light gray walls [ ], carrara marble shower with a frameless glass door, but with dark gray porcelain tile floors and bold pops of black and gold, it gives it a slightly more dramatic look. I also added in a few wood tone touches to keep the space feeling natural and warm.
I’ll be sharing the details for these DIY black, white and gold abstract art pieces soon!
Aside from the marble shower, the vanity is probably my 2nd favorite aspect of the space.
I was happy to stumble upon it! Its black with a white countertop, but has this unique “X” detail on the side for peekaboo storage. I have guest towels and back-up TP ready to go.
Ok, I lied. I might be more in love with the mirror and vanity light fixture than I am with the vanity – no hard feelings, though! When I found each piece, I brought it into the space and let it sit until I came across the next item.
Here is a close-up of the light. It has the most subtle touch of gold—see the bolts?!
I had my heart set on it for quite awhile before I pulled the trigger. You might remember I included it in this vanity light round-up as a contender! Well, it won me over.
This vanilla bean candle has very quickly become one of my favorites. I’ve picked up a couple extras to have on hand around the house. And have I sure gotten good use out of my little faceted terrarium! It has served as a candy dish, ornament holder and now the perfect keeper of the cotton balls and Q-tips 😉
A couple more inexpensive scores from HomeGoods—the box plant fit perfectly on the back of the toilet [which has a nightlight in it btw…in case you have trouble seeing in there in the dark ha!] The canvas art says neutral modern glam, but its not too overwhelming with its soft lines and muted colors.
And that black dot detail hand towel was made for me!
So, there it is! The space has me all sorts of giddy. Now…if I could only spruce up the master bathroom… Another day, another dollar and that day is a looong time away!
Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom for a full source guide to our neutral glam bathroom!
All of the images in the above gallery are clickable image linked to the sources, but I have also included text links for your convenience. Sometimes its just easier to see everything in a list!
Matte black toilet paper holder
Matte Black towel ring
Gold Mirror [HomeGoods, similar here]
Marble shower wall tile
Marble hexagon tile [shower floor & wall niche]
Gray Porcelain floor tile
Faux box plant [HomeGoods, similar here]
Faux succulent in black pot
Gold mini faceted terrarium
Vanilla Bean candle
Elegant woman art [HomeGoods, similar here ]
Brushed Nickel Shower fixtures
Brushed Nickel faucet
Nightlight toilet seat
Black “X” vanity
Wire waste basket
Towel [HomeGoods, similar here]
Wood wall frame [love this alternative!]
gold table [HomeGoods, similar here]
Gold turtle [thrifted, similar here]
White bath mat
I’d love to hear what you think of this new space in our home! I’ll be adding it to our current home tour very soon!
Fingers crossed for a few more 70 degree days this weekend here in Chicagoland. No more indoor projects—I just want to be outside soaking in the spring-time sunshine! Have a fabulous weekend and I hope to see you right back here next week!