Because of budget we chose a vanity that was interesting but still affordable. It turned out to be in the art deco style which I love and I feel that it goes with my more contemporary feel I am going for in my house. As you can see it has a very distinctive sea foam green glass counter top and sinks. My dilemma comes in when I struggle with the question of do I go for balance of that color in the room or do I just use it as a "pop" of color? The art deco style vanity drove the choice to have "marble-like" tiles with intermittent black ones. We also have glass tile with a slight green tint to add variety.
On the opposite side from where the vanity will be is the tub that has a huge window that begs covering. Tell me, should I try to incorporate all of the colors in the material for the window covering? Or do I go with black that will be the most overwhelming color on the one side where the vanity is. It is nearly impossible to find material that has black, white, grey/silver/chrome, and sea foam green in it (unless you go for the over $100/yard material) I usually can "feel" my way through decorating but sometimes I can get off track when it comes to balance. Please HELP!