|Coat Rack from CB2|
|Textured Hooks from West Elm|
Right now in my master bathroom I have one single towel bar (not so effective) so I'm looking into removing it and adding about 4 hooks instead of the bar (2 for me and 2 for... my guy if need be). I found the hooks from West Elm and I'm not sure if I should go with something smaller or a longer hook for a bath towel. I also found a coat rack which, from the reviews from CB2, serves as a very nice towel rack as well. Decisions... decisions....
What I have my eye on for my downstairs powder room is this little beauty.....
I found this online at Barn Light Electric. I have to admit I was a bit skeptical searching a website that is truly the opposite of my style, but this lamp adds the perfect punch of color while being equally feminine. The metal finish creates a modern industrial feel. I can't wait to buy it but sadly it's a whopping $255.00 so that one will have to wait a little longer. For the walls of my powder room (because it's so tiny) I want to do small glass or ceramic tiles half way up the wall... similar to the tiles you would use for the backsplash of a kitchen. Here are some that I particularly liked.
This is definitely too bright of a color but I really like the odd shapes of the tiles that make it look similar to a honeycomb
I love how classically simple this is. I feel like a nice horizontal sleek tile like this might match better with the brightness of the lamp. I'd probably lean towards a more sea foam color palette of tiles so my lamp doesn't look to bright next to these cool and subdued tiles. What do you think? I can't wait to save up and get these projects started!