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Modern Farmhouse Decor for a Bathroom

Last week I shared our finished bathroom. The goal of this post is to get all the sources, links and tutorials into a single location. If I missed something you are interested in, let me know!

Wall Color Delicate White by Porter Paint in Hi-Hide Interior Latex
Marble Vanity TopHoned Carrara Marble from Builders Surplus
Soap Dish – Small Green Bowl from Anthropologie
Window TreatmentDIY No-Sew Window Shade

SconcesHampton Bay Outdoor Lantern from Home Depot  
Toilet Paper HolderHomeGoods

Bench – Threshold Woven Cotton and Jute Bench from Target
Artwork – “Praise Him” in Watercolor Effect from Craftivity Designs
Small Foot Stool {Not Pictured}DIY Modern Bath Stool 
Bath MatHomeGoods
Shower CurtainHomeGoods

Green Wooden Box – Thrifted
Woven BasketKOMPLEMENT Woven Baskets {similar} from Ikea
Towels –  FRAJEN Bath Towel from Ikea
Glass ContainersKORKEN Jars with Lids from Ikea
Small Ceramic Vase – Thrifted
Succulent in Green Planter – Thrifted
Towel HooksDIY Wood Towel Hooks

Wall HookHomeGoods
Shelf – Old Window Shelf from a craft fair in Indianapolis, IN
Woven BasketKOMPLEMENT Woven Baskets {similar} from Ikea
Dish – Small Green Bowl from Anthropologie
Towels –  FRAJEN Bath Towel from Ikea
Wood Cross – Gift
Fabric Art – “Shine On” from a craft fair in Lexington, KY
PlantFEJKA Artificial Potted Plant from Ikea
Toilet Paper HolderHomeGoods

As I mentioned, let me know if I missed anything — or if you have any other questions. Have a great day!

Craftivity Designs

Monday 6th of October 2014

Great question about the marble -- I had soooo many of the same questions beforehand. I do want to do a "review" post at the 6 month mark and maybe again at 1 year, but that is still awhile off. Here is what I've learned so far:I read mixed recommendations on sealing -- in the end, our installer did not recommend it -- so we haven't and it has done fine.I clean it with this -- does soak up water, so we wipe our off any sitting water each time we use the vanity. This isn't a big deal to us and hasn't been a problem. I have read that if your water is very hard, it might be more likely to stain/etch but we haven't had that problem.I am careful with chemicals (like nail polish remover) or dark colored products (like liquid cough medicine). We use the chemically based stuff somewhere besides at the sink and are very quick to wipe up anything that has a dark color to it. The reason we finally went for it was this -- we visited Italy several years ago and I loved all the old, aged, beautiful finishes even though they weren't in perfect condition. I also own several antique wood furniture pieces and I love the aged look. Our marble probably will change in look over time, and have some blemishes here and there, but it will still age beautifully and naturally. I hope that helps!!


Monday 6th of October 2014

This is beautiful! We have the same bathroom layout (with only hallway door) and are planning the redo it this coming year (working on downstairs bath first).Did you seal the marble counters before use? I love marble and pretty much had ruled it out because of water marks, stains and such. How is yours behaving? I really love the feel of it and seeing yours makes me reconsider it again for our baths.

Craftivity Designs

Friday 3rd of October 2014

Thanks so much!!


Friday 3rd of October 2014

Wonderful room and makeover!! Great choices and small details. Enjoy it!!

Craftivity Designs

Thursday 2nd of October 2014

Your welcome! Have a great day :)