Save money on dessert options like cupcakes instead of a large, custom cake. Nathan picked up a selection of cupcakes from their local neighborhood bakery, Sprinkles Cupcakes, to give guests more flavor options.
This single vanity bathroom includes a soft beige bench with candles and a decorative silver urn. Organic elements, such as the driftwood seen on the countertop, provide a pure, natural vibe throughout the space.
With limited space in her upstairs bedroom, it was important Erin keep her furniture simple, low profile and minimal. A white platform bed from West Elm was ideal for several reasons: nightstands are integrated into the headboard for a seamless look, the white finish keeps the room feeling airy and open, and the low profile doesn't detract from the gorgeous view of AT&T Park just outside the bedroom windows.
An eclectic bathroom wouldn't be complete without a variety of unique textures and styles. Terra cotta tile in the shower creates visual interest, contrasting nicely with the white textured walls. Above the single vanity, multiple circular mirrors with stained glass trim complement the round cubby below and balance the square tile.
Custom blue leather walls lined with gold fabric become a canvas on which to display the large mosaic work 'Queen of Malaren' by Einar Forseth (here digitally reproduced, of course). The image's many colors shine beneath the 'petrified' sunflower light fixture, which in turn brightens this single vanity bathroom.