You've seen bits of the bathroom along the way but I am going to bore you with it all finished.
So here it is...a little different, but very much the same feel. Horst handpainted the tiles for the border. They are absolutely identical and perfect. They sent me the tiles and I laid the floor and and made the walls myself using their templates.
I already had the porcelain fixtures. I had bought them from Anne Funnell at Lenham Pottery Models in the UK -- one at a time since they were very dear--another of those things that I saw and loved and bought because I figured I would find a place for them some day. I love the octagonal tub with its hand held shower! You can see more of Anne's work here:
So when I started Petit Tresor I had the perfect fixtures for an Art Deco bathroom. Notice the European-style toilet and of course, the bidet. Anyway, it made sense to me that the bathroom in this house didn't have to be totally updated and modern, especially one this elegant.
I bought the chandelier and sconces a long time ago from Lighting Bug. I had no idea where I would put them but they are perfect for the room.
The door on the left was not in the original plan, but it seemed weird not to have a way to get to the bathroom from the bedroom so that was a last minute change (which required knocking the wall out and cutting the opening for the door, which I had in my stash).