My guest bathroom is tiny, simple and bright. It has wonderful natural light and it's cozy. Because I love color and mixing patterns I wanted to bring that into this little space but do it in a way that wouldn't make it feel cluttered. For my home, I prefer a neutral and airy bathroom, so finding the balance between that and color and patterns presented a small challenge
To add texture it seemed appropriate to take advantage of the natural light and create a litte "garden" of varied succulents on the spacious window-sill. The little pots they're in range from vintage finds to a pottery I found at an art sale in Philly. They, too, bring character to the space.
The cooling and soothing seafoam color is a favorite of mine and is a go-to color for my bathroom, so it became my overall palette. Of course in variations, because I don't want things to be too matchy-matchy.
A graphic dhurrie rug from West Elm, and a patterned hand-towel (found at TJ Maxx) helps tie it all together. Then a yellow print compliments the seafoam palette (fruit because it's a bathroom off the kitchen) and the frame matches the other hardware in the space.
This little corner of my space makes me happy. These small touches are simple but speaks to my aesthetic.
What about you? Do you have a space in your home that makes you happy or is a true reflection of your tastes?