We have been admiring the classic decor within Sarah Richardson’s off-the-grid family home project. and this classic yet rustic guest bathroom with royal blue subway tile, blue grey stone floor, salvaged wood vanity, and vessel sinks within Sarah’s Ontario country home boasts bold color, thoughtful decor, and a unique mix of materials and finishes. It has a beachy boho coastal vibe that seems just right for setting a relaxing tone for visitors.
Too often, the guest bathroom is lower priority and maybe even neglected as far as bathroom design. But here in Sarah Richardson’s own off the grid home (which reflects elements of classic, cottage, farmhouse, and modern style), the bath designated for guests has cheerful tile and an unusual vanity base full of interest and function with its open shelf below which can accommodate a host of bathroom essentials. How nice for guests using this bath to be able to have a place for toiletries and easy access. The natural stone flooring will withstand years of use, and the warmth of the bronze fixtures brings balance to the coolness of the shower tile and floor tile. The round storage basket lends softness and smart storage for towels.
Notice the simple marble border above the blue subway tile behind the vanity? It’s a beautiful detail that repeats the stone used on the bathroom countertop.
Today you’ll discover an EXCLUSIVE source guide for home decor suggestions similar or identical to pieces Sarah incorporated in her family home’s mud room. Affiliate links won’t cost you extra, yet I’ll earn a few pennies if you use them for purchases. Even though you may be able to locate resource guides for Sarah Richardson’s off-the-grid country home floating around the internet, in most cases, the links and item names are not up to date so I’m saving you some time and headache.
Hello Lovely makes it easy to achieve a similar, serene, and soothing look Sarah Richardson is known for! I have personally checked and double-checked sources to locate either exact items or sensible approximations.
Let’s start with those gorgeous swirly marble storage jars for storage of any number of bathroom toiletry items and even plants! They’re a little trendy but add a layer of youthful chic.
I haven’t located the exact round storage basket for towels, but this one is fabulous:
I love using Turkish towels with stripes like these:
Here’s yet another woven round basket storage idea:
And here’s a detailed shot of that marble border in the bathroom backsplash:
A similar round vessel sink like this adds classic simple lovely charm:
Just for fun, let’s tour a few more of Sarah Richardson designed bathrooms!
I have always loved this mosaic tile!
Aren’t these console sinks amazing!?!
And I still love the way Sarah added simple storage within the small space of this country bathroom:
Source Guide for Sarah Off the Grid Guest Bathroom:
Saltillo: all tile and stone | Taps/Rubinet: faucet & shower system, oil rubbed bronze | Sink: Vessel sink | Universal Lighting: sconces | Elgin Picture & Frame: mirror | Crystal Tile Marble: counter top, jambs, chair rail | Dinuovo Granite & Marble Inc: fabrication of marble | Adanac Glass: shower enclosure | Wayfair: marble jars | Emtek: door hardware and hinges | Robinson Residential: architectural services
Another bathroom in Sarah’s off the grid house:
More lovely finds!
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Thanks for following along! If you care to see more spaces within this beautiful home, start here.
Peace to you right where you are.