Could this room work if it had an espresso wood vanity instead of white?
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I've been talking for a while now about redoing my bathroom. See, after 4 years in this house, I'm ready for something new. If it was any other room I would have changed it up by now. So, what am I waiting for?! I'm diving in. I bought these curtains from Target (when they were on sale for $15 each!) to use as my new shower curtains, and they're going on a bamboo rod hung high, high up.
I'm hoping for just a facelift though, as I'm not into painting walls or my cabinet or sink vanity just yet. And here's the problem—maybe? The new curtains are black on white. My walls are robin's egg blue. And I have no other black in the room. The wood is espresso. Can this work?!? Maybe just a few black and white framed art pieces are all that's needed to tie it all together?
In any case, I've been looking for inspiration. The bathroom above is key. I'm loving those oversized black and white botanicals. But I'm still hunting for proof that soft blue, black, and white can work with dark woods. Here's what I found.
Are those beds a very dark wood or black? Please say wood.
Ditto for this desk. But, I know, it kinda looks like black.
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So pretty. And it all works with the dark wood floors. So why am I worrying?
A darker blue but you get the picture. And the black and white here works for me with the wood tables. Still, I have a feeling I'm going to want to paint my vanity and cabinet black when everything's finally in the room. I guess there's no guessing here. We'll just have to install and see. Stay tuned!