Hey Ya’ll! If you missed my daughter’s pink and orange big girl bedroom reveal then you can hop over and take a peek! Thank you ALL for the sweet messages about her room. Many of you found ideas for your own house, and I love that! Today, however, is all about her sweet, pink bathroom!
Preppy Pink Bathroom
Her bathroom entrance is inside her bedroom, so I wanted the rooms to flow and look cohesive. We chose a pink and white wallpaper to coordinate well with all the pinks in her room. I love wallpaper but not the cost and hassle. I was browsing peel and stick wallpapers one day (a lot of days, it takes me a long time to decide on patterns, ha) and came across THIS bamboo pattern! I ordered a sample from Wallpaperie (she is fabulous to work with) and knew this was our winner. I love bamboo EVERYTHING, and the pink was perfect.
Now, I was pretty certain my husband and I could do this ourselves. Wrong. It wasn’t because peel and stick wallpaper is terribly difficult, it was mainly because her bathroom has 8,000 angles in the ceiling leading to a sky light. It’s hard to tell in the pics I took, I’ll have to take you on a video tour in Instagram Stories soon.
We gave it the college try. More than the college try. Ha! Then I called my local wallpaper gal Debbie who saved the day. She even admitted this room was not an easy one for any wallpaper due to the angles. Would I attempt peel and stick wallpaper on my own again? Yes. In a basic room without strange angles. Meanwhile, thankful that Debbie finished where we ended and had it done in an afternoon!
Forgive my terrible angles, it was a tricky room to photograph without ending up in the mirror. It’s a small sink room that leads to a room with the toilet and shower/tub combo. We did not wallpaper that additional half of the bathroom but rather left it white as I thought it would be a bit much to have it in both rooms. She has a hot pink shower curtain with cute orange tassels (and old find from Pottery Barn Kids).
Her mirror is the Gold Arch Mirror from Pottery Barn Teen. Sadly, it’s no longer available, but I curated a few similar styles for you below. So if you love the look, check out these below!
- This Stella Powder Room Mirror in Brass is a close replica.
- I love this Cooper Classics arch mirror also, it’s just a tad narrower.
- My favorite similar style is probably this Aurora Mirror. It’s also super affordable!
I chose the Barbara Barry Go Lightly (in Gild finish) wall sconce to go on either side of the mirror. I love how they turned out, and might snag a couple more for another bathroom in our home. They are beautiful! I also love that they’re classic and simple which pairs well with a patterned wallpaper.
For the ceiling, I chose the Suzette Ceiling Mount from Ballard Designs. I ADORE IT! It’s so cute and flush to the ceiling enough that the doors underneath were not a problem.
One of my favorite details are the applique monogram hand towels! I adore this look and knew it would be perfect in Blakely’s bathroom! There are quite a few sellers of these on Etsy, but be careful. I didn’t have great luck with one, and wish I had found Simply Sandra Designs from the get-go! She’s the sweetest. I mailed her a swatch of the wallpaper and she took care of the rest! I 100% recommend her! Tell her I sent ya!
On the other wall from the hand towels, I framed this preppy pink elephant print from Tracht Art! I LOVE her prints, and this one carried out the elephant print on her bedding PERFECTLY! For the frame, I ordered from another favorite Etsy source. I’ve ordered their bamboo frames for a few years, and the quality is wonderful!
We have Moen Kingsley hardware in the bathroom. I love it so much that we’ve started slowly changing over all of the faucets, toilet paper holders, and towel bars in our house!
- Moen Kingsley Towel Bar in Polished Brass
- Moen Kingsley Bathroom Faucet in Polished Brass
- You’ll also need this Moen assembly kit for installation if you order the faucet.
- Moen Kingsley Toilet Paper Holder
In her little shower/toilet room, I just have a brass towel rod and then an open wall that I wanted to jazz up. I found two vintage brass bow hooks on Etsy a year or so ago and saved them for this use. They’re perfect for hanging robes or towels and so perfectly feminine for a little girl’s bathroom.
In between the bow hooks, I hung what is likely my favorite art piece in her room/bathroom. A bit of a backstory. I am a genealogy nerd. I have the ancestry paid account, I’m the “historian” for the family, I seriously adore genealogy. However, family trees are usually not the prettiest things you’ve seen. That is, until I came across this watercolor family tree painting. I died and went to heaven!
I wanted the colors customized, but thankfully The Family Art Shop was able to customize it and let me approve a proof. Their work is truly beautiful and there are a lot of styles. So if you’re looking for a gift for a family member or a piece for a room at home, check these out! My pictures of the space don’t do it justice (thanks weird lighting and tiny room), but here is the print below. I added a pink mat and a frame from Michaels.
Blakely’s name is in the ribbon that ties the bouquet together. I adore it! I think it’s the sweetest.
I hope you enjoyed taking a peek into this space. I’ll share a little walk-through video on Instagram stories soon so if you’re not following me over there, I’m @pizzazzerie!
If you missed her bedroom, you can view it here!