Black Creek Village Project Reveal Part 2
Today we are sharing Part 2 of our Black Creek Project.
In Part 1 we shared the main living spaces, and here in Part 2 we are sharing all about the bedrooms and bathrooms.
Master Bedroom and Bathroom 1
This is as dreamy as you can get. In this house there are two master bedrooms, a his and her's suite. For her suite, the inspiration was french glamour. The paint on the walls is Sherwin Williams Intimate White, a beautiful soft pink.
The bathroom is a beautiful continuation of the bedroom. Highlighted with gold accents that warm up the white marble that was imported from Turkey. An over-sized French mirror that really dazzles and makes a bold statement.
Master Bedroom 2
Sherwin Williams' Worldly Gray paint on the walls help contrast the black and white accents of this strong manly master bedroom.
This wood, acrylic and marble vanity is like a 3 dimensional art piece for this lovely powder room. The contemporary over-sized painting of grays, whites, pinks and golds creates a dominate focal point as you enter, making it an event for your space. A unique way to use lighting in the powder room is to use a hanging fixture over the sink.
Guest/Grandson's Bedroom and Bathroom
Texture is the main event in this bedroom with the mix of leather, animal skin, and carved wood. The brown tones really warm up the grays in the room proving that you can mix browns and grays to create a balanced atmosphere. This is a great example of how you can freshen up a space by using updated paint colors with the grays to lighten and brighten, but continue to use your traditional furniture.
This vanity of marble, gray lacquer and chrome gives this bathroom an artsy dignified look. The neutral gray pallet of this bathroom creates a great background to interject colorful accents.
Granddaughter's Bedroom and Bathroom
A princess room of any girl's dream. The paint color is Sherwin Williams Individual White, this beautiful soft color has a lavender tint to it. This is the perfect room for your imaginations to grow wild, playing dress up and pretend. Every princess room should have a crown, not only one but two, like the valences that highlight the window treatments.
The most unique thing about this bathroom is the textured damask pattern tile on the shower walls, bringing in the lavender from the bedroom. The french shower panel is a cleaner look rather than a shower curtain, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful tile.