Yeah, I don’t have a clawfoot tub either. But I will one day!
In the meantime, this beautiful, simple look is easy to recreate - just stick to a blue-and-cream palette, and add in some touches of greenery.
Pretty, unique lighting fixtures, by the way, are one of the easiest ways to make even the most generic rental apartment feel like a real home. I just (finally) installed one in our office/nursery…and I can’t believe it took me this long to replace the bare-bulb fixtures built into our ceilings (yes Mom, I know, you told me so). Just that one simple change took the entire room from awkward to polished in an instant.
I know, I know - you don’t want to invest any money in updating a rental…but you can always take them with you when you move (just be sure to store the original fixtures in a safe place in the meantime), and you won’t believe the difference they make.
(For more rental apartment re-do tips, click here.)
Product info after the jump.
1. West Elm sconce, $59
2. Martha Stewart towels in Wave, $12.99 for bath sheet
3. Target cabinet, $59
6. Brussel’s Korean Hornbeam Bonsai, $60