This week, we're following up on a post we did last summer about antique brass. We bought this antique brass shower head awhile ago and are so excited that it's finally installed! Along with a sink faucet, we found this great fixture at the Galveston Historical Foundation's Architectural Salvage Warehouse, which is such a cool and interesting place to shop. They sell all kinds of old vintage and eclectic building materials. They have incredible finds at the warehouse, but make sure to check the website before you visit because they don't have normal business hours.
We love how funky and different this double shower head is and thought it would fit right into the Boho. Even though the shower head is antique, we were still able to use a new shower valve and plumbing, so that everything works great.
We covered the ceiling with this amazing mushroom wood we found from Recycling The Past. It's usually a softer wood, like Cedar or Cypress, that is used as a mushroom growing bed. The process of growing mushrooms on the wood over the years causes the intricate and deep grooves to form. It evokes a unique charm. We whitewashed the boards to get the look we wanted and sealed them since they are in the shower.
We love the one-of-a-kind stories of each piece in this photo. It gives so much more intention and character to the home we're building.
Photo by Natalie Lacy Lange