˙Here it is!! All sources at the end of the post!
Both gorgeous arrangements in this post are by The Flower Bar Tulsa. Co-owned and operated by my sister and her bestie, The Flower Bar is an INCREDIBLE place to find creative and unusual flower arrangements for any occasion! They also have a super cool “Giving Back” program that provides nursing homes, hospitals, and other organizations with flowers to brighten someone’s day! I’m not proud or anything;)
Sidenote: that painting was painted by one of my best friends–LOVE having super talented people in my corner!
That tower is so awesome–provides extra storage AND a nod to traditional design.
A note on metal mixing: I LOVE to mix metals. I didn’t even know matching metals were a thing until I had a client a few years ago make a HUGE deal about all of the metals in her bathroom matching EXACTLY. Of course it is TOTALLY personal preference, and her bathroom turned out stunningly beautiful, but I like the edge of mixing metals. I like to keep the faucet and towel ring the same color, and everything else can be mixed and matched. I clearly went with polished nickel everywhere but the mirror, which is brass. Keeps the traditional sensibility, with a pop for the mirror.
What do you think?? Like our New Traditional Evanston Project bathroom???
Cabinets: Benjamin Moore Black Forest Green
Walls: Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray
Faucets: Delta Cassidy in Polished Nickel
Subway tile: Interceramic IC Brite in Ultra White
Accent tile in shower: Interceramic Interglass Shimmer Pearl in Graphite
Light Fixtures: Savoy 2-Light