Welcome back to Patina Farm! In all honesty we haven't been focusing on the house recently. The weather has been lovely, and we've been spending most of our free time in the gardens with the kids...
Steve and I are actually enjoying living in a sparsely decorated house.
I am not sure if we will be adding much more to our bathroom. The limited palette is a soothing way to start our day.
The sink base is a found antique, but we asked our painter to match the finish for the frame around the mirror.
I don't like having a lot of clutter on the counter, so we made ample room for all of our toiletries behind the mirror.
Our Waterworks plumbing fixtures are starting to tarnish and mellow.
Our bathroom is open to our closet...
We bought this Swedish piece from Tara Shaw. It makes a lovely focal point.
We don't have any cabinetry in the closet. All of our clothing is hung behind linen drapery panels. We used Libeco Linen "Napoli Natural" in the closet.
During our trip to New York last year, Steve and I discovered a drapery hardware company called Morgik. They make excellent quality hardware in un-lacquered brass. We used it throughout the house.
Salas draperies fabricated and installed all of our window treatments as well as the closet panels and skirts underneath the sinks.
Eventually my vanity will sit here... when I find one!
The natural light will be perfect for applying make-up, plus I can steal a couple of minutes gazing at the garden and watching the birds in the bird bath...
We used a combination of antique and new light fixtures in the house. We hung this Aidan Gray Wallace Chandelier in the center of the closet. Each clothing bays is lit from the inside with LED strips.
I hope you enjoyed my bathroom and closet update!
I'm off to enjoy the afternoon in the garden...
I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
As always, feel free to ask questions in the comment section of this post!