Turquoise, Pink & Silver Bathroom

 The Staff Bath at Integrative Medical Solutions turned out to be one of my favorite rooms. Well, actually there were several but I love every element we used in this small bathroom. 
The carved turquoise mirror pops against the pink and silver damask wallpaper. 

The wallpaper is called “Elizabeth Pink and Silver Faux Flocked retro modern damask wallpaper”  (How’s that for a name?)
This wallpaper is elegant and could lean a bit towards stuffy. By paring it with the distressed bird prints and funky turquoise mirror this room now has the perfect mix of casual and elegance. 
The bird art is hung with simple jute twine. To add a bit of sparkle I glued a rhinestone to each nail head. 
The lighting is a three light Pendelier complete with antique ivory metal frame, metal roses and an ivory drum shade. 
Large Baroque Acanthus Mirror in cyan – Guild Master
Three Light Chandelier/Pendelier – Sterling Industries
Elizabeth Pink & Silver Faux Flocked retro modern damask wallpaper
Bird Artwork – Creative Co-op
Sconces – Heritage Collection by Elk Lighting 

I hope you enjoyed seeing this beautiful, color-filled bathroom. 
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14 thoughts on “Turquoise, Pink & Silver Bathroom

  1. Shelia

    Oh, how pretty. Love the wallpaper and how that turquoise mirror looks against it. The bird artwork is great!
    You’re so good!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  2. Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door

    So glad everyone likes this bathroom. No, Mishebe I’m sorry, I don’t have a photo of the entire room. The lighting was REALLY hard to work with because there was not any natural light. But, I hate including pictures of toilets! LOL! Everyone knows it’s there! Why take a pic of it?

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