Harvard StreetSouthwestern Bathroom, Houston
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10. Enhancing CharacterThis home in Dallas was built around the turn of the last century, and this colorfully tiled bathroom remains much as it was then. Instead of swapping out the bold patterns, the design team added decorative accessories to enhance them, including an antique mirror from the homeowner’s collection and a vintage chenille blanket the team turned into a shower curtain.Read more about this house
No significant changes were made to the bathroom. The tiling in this space was what sold the Woodalls on the house to begin with. With the spectacular tile and the vanities already in place, attention turned to the wall space above the tub. After trying a few different art pieces, a vintage mirror from Woodall’s existing collection did the trick. A cozy vintage chenille blanket used as a shower curtain (or bathtub drape) is an unexpected touch that serves its purpose and reinforces the bohemian aesthetic.Something else you’ll notice here and throughout the home are cactuses galore. “Any nook and cranny that needed something, we put a cactus. We couldn’t buy enough! The house just absorbed [them],” Moore says.