A shared bathroom can be sleek and transitional style with these tips to get the look for a gorgeous jack and jill bathroom with our tips and shopping finds.
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Get the Look: Sleek Transitional Jack and Jill Bathroom
This gorgeous transitional Jack and Jill bathroom was featured in the Saint George Parade of Homes 2022 Home 15 by Builder Cole West Home and Designer Salt Box Collective by Olivia Reynolds. We shared it in on our Tiktok account and everyone loved it. Check out the video here and follow along with our fun on Tiktok.
1. Unique Vanity Lighting
The vanity lighting in this bathroom really is a break from the norm. We love the different shape and the gold metal finish. These particular vanity lights could be mounted vertical or horizontal, so get creative with the direction you hang the lights.
2. Mirrored Symmetry
With the double sinks in this Jack and Jill bath, symmetry works best. Embrace it with two identical mirrors to pair with the unique vanity lighting. The symmetry continues down to the cabinets below. With two doors on each side, under each sink.
3. Simple touches
Use small and simple touches, to add in a bit of asymmetry. adding a plant here, and a cute soap dish in the middle of the vanity top, and a pretty bottle of lotion or another small plant on the other side. These touches continue on into the separate shower/toilet room. Add a vase with some faux roses for a little pop of pink.
The vanity cabinet in this bathroom are a one of the most prominent features. The color and style are really easy to replicate. Ask for a slab style cabinet door and the paint color is Sherwin Williams Illusive Green SW9164. A great way to get this look in an existing bathroom would be to replace vanity doors and paint the cabinets.
5. Marble Countertops
Once you get the cabinets figured out, top the vanity with a marble style countertop. Again if you don’t want to replace we have a great tutorial to teach you how to paint your existing countertops to look like marble.
Shop the Look
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