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3 Bathroom Mood Board Plans With Floor & Decor

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Floor & Decor. All opinions are 100% mine.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Floor & Decor. All opinions are 100% mine.

Robert and I went on a date the other day.

And maybe for some couples this one is kind of weird being that it’s not your typical dinner-and-a-movie scenario… but what can I say? We’re not exactly normal, and dates for us typically include painting a room while dancing with 90s rock playing on blast.

For this date though, we went bathroom planning at Floor & Decor since a new location had just opened up near our house in Pineville, NC and we’d never ever been before but had been dyyyyying to go to one.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

True story: Robert and I used to go on dates to the thrift store to try to find the most hideous outfit for each other. (Try it sometime. It’s hilarious.)

This one though was like polar opposite by, instead, trying to put together our perfect dream master bathroom, which used to look like this:

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

And now looks like this after a Phase 1 makeover with just paint and cheap vinyl to hold us over until the big reno phase one day:

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

Then, the second we walked through the doors of this gigantic place, we realized this was basically the honeymoon spot of home renovation projects.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

It was so overwhelming with all kinds of gorgeous tile and hardwoods and stone, but in a good way.

We noticed right off the bat that the tile we used in the girls’ bathroom renovation was priced way lower here than what we paid, and everything else was priced really well.

Floor & Decor carries any hard materials for flooring and walls in every material imaginable – stone, granite, marble, wood countertops, cement, ceramic, clay, porcelain tiles, vinyl, laminate, water-resistant, water-proof, engineered, and hardwood flooring, grout – all of which you’d normally see in a designer showroom but at warehouse prices.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

The second we both saw this aquamarine polished ceramic tile, we gasped at the exact same time. (Kind of like when we saw each other for the first time 11 year ago… hubba hubba.)

So the idea to compete against each other for the winning bathroom design turned into “design our entire bathroom around this tile because it’s ‘the one'”.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

They have these fun inspiration carts to wheel around from section to section so that you can “try on” all of your tile together, so to speak.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

We absolutely fell in love with this green mosaic hexagon tile too and almost considered it but decided it might be too beachy for our house.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

And then we discovered the inspiration section with all of its styled kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms and all bets were off.

Robert had no idea this was a dog shower and thought it was some weird version of a human shower before I educated him on it. Haha! Now he’s convinced we need this big dog shower for our 12 pound ankle biter dog.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

On some of the aisle end caps, the store has Inspiration Stations set up so that you can spread out all of your flooring and tile to visualize everything together. I had a hay day over here.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

In the end, this was the winning look Robert and I put together.

But if you ever need guidance though, Floor & Decor has free design services to help. You can contact a designer here. And you can get inspired with more ideas here.

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

So to da! Now we have a spiffy new master bathroom!

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

Just kidding. We can dream, okay?

We’re very thankful for our Phase 1 bathroom reno, but I’m not gonna lie… we’ll be ecstatic to gut our 80s shower one day.

If you’re in the Charlotte, NC area, the Floor & Decor in Pineville is totally worth a day date… or just a “you” date if you feel like getting designer-y.

And just for fun, we put together a few of our favorite bathroom looks from the day, if you want a little more inspiration:

Bathroom 1 – Moody

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

Aquamarine Tile | White Marble Look Tile | Wood Vanity | Gold Faucet | Gray Hex Tile

Bathroom 2 – Beachy

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

Blue Denim Tile | Pebble Tile | White Vanity | Chrome Faucet | Wood Tile

Bathroom 3 – Cottage

Our new favorite tile and flooring resource Floor & Decor + 3 bathroom design plans for moody, beachy, and cottage styles.

Aged Press Ivory Tile | White Cement Tile | Gray Vanity | Brushed Nickel Faucet | Ash Wood Tile

The first one is definitely our pick with “the oh-so-perfect” aquamarine tile. Which one’s yours?

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37 Comments

  1. I love the tile choices! How do you decide which tile goes where? I’m clueless on tile and would love to try something like this. I think I like number 1….but I also like the beach for maybe my family bathroom?

  2. OMG! As soon as I saw the photo of the design table, I KNEW exactly what you had! Because I have that tile in my newly remodeled guest bathroom! We chose the more navy color and then went with the NY SoHo brick look on the floor (which my daughter also has in her bathroom but I’d forgotten!!). It’s a great tile and we used a white grout to tie it in to our shower pan and beadboard walls. You will LOVE it!!

  3. Love Floor & Decor and love your choices!! Got all the tile there when we had our basement finished earlier this year. I went a little crazy buying single tiles to bring home and try them in the space, until we were able to pick out our favorites. I probably looked a wee bit crazy when I returned all of the different single tiles. (By the way, their return process is awesome so it makes it really easy to bring home samples tiles to live with for a few days!).

    1. Yes! One of the workers there told us that. I love that you’re able to buy single tiles too. I wish I’d known that during our last bathroom renovation. We were just shy of about 10 wall tiles and had to buy an entire box of tiles just to get those 10 more we needed which cost way more than we wanted to spend for that tiny bit of overage. Next time, we’ll go to Floor & Decor if we run into that again. Oh, and I totally look like a crazy person when I’m buying a million paint samples to choose a color for a room, so I feel ya. Haha!

  4. Thanks for sharing this! We are building soon and someone just told us about one of these stores in our area, so I will be checking it out soon. We went to a similar type of store on vacation recently and it was so fun looking at the model bathrooms. I don’t think they had the fancy carts and displays where you could play with designs, though. My husband and I also enjoy dates that involve shopping at home improvement stores! Also, my 20 year old daughter is all about thrifting, and I’m sure her dream husband would be one who would go on thrift store dates to look for crazy outfits, lol 😂. You are a hoot and I would love to have you as a neighbor! Also, your outfit is super cute!

  5. Sheesh you lucky girl! I live out west and have never heard of that wonderful store! So, why do you want to go to a single basin for a master bath? Even if you think both of you can now use just one….when those girls grow a bit they are going to want to hang out with Mom when she does her Thing in the bath….!!
    I desperately love that rock pebble tile! I also really love the teal/blue-grey and the dark cabinet. For the floor, remember “the darker you go, the more the dust will show”. Trust you will do what suits you all the best. Hope you win a little lottery so we can see it soon!

    1. Oh no no. We’d definitely want to do double sinks. The single was just a representation to get an idea of vanity colors alongside the tile. 😉 Space will be tight, so we might have to go with a double trough style sink, but we’ll have a better idea when we really dive into the details of a renovation.

  6. Sounds like the perfect date to me – perhaps not for the hubs tho, haha – and I ♥ all your design boards….which one are you leaning towards?

    Will be amazing – though your Phase i redo is pretty fabulous.

    1. We’re definitely leaning toward #1. Hubs loves this stuff as much as I do, so we have a blast doing this sort of thing. Definitely sticking with the Phase 1 for quite awhile longer though. We’re still shell-shocked after our last bathroom reno for our kids. Phew!

  7. I love floor and decor! We pick out backsplash tile here and absolutely love it. And it was nice to get something different from the usuals but be able to see in person. It was hard to choose though because they have SO much.

  8. Even though we live in the White Mountains of NH (read as 9-14 feet of snow) we love our winter vacations to beach locations to escape the snow, so we plan to do a beachy bathroom. I would switch out the blue tile in #2 with the aqua tile in #1 and make a perfect beachy bath. Besides, my eye color turns to Aqua in the right light.

    1. #1 is my favorite too. I’d do the aqua tile as a full focal wall behind the bathroom vanity/sinks. The cream/white tile would be for the shower walls, and the charcoal hex tile would be for the bathroom/shower floor.

  9. Just took a quick tour through your house – have only been an intermittent reader of several blogs over the past year and a half though that should change now – lovely and loving home, and it’s mood board #1 hands down. Look forward to watching the progress and seeing the outcome.

  10. Recently had my first Floor & Decor experience while we were on vacay. Unfortunately (or my hubby might say fortunately)the closest one to us is 2 hrs away. I also saw that teal tile and loved it! Would you specify how you will use each piece on the mood board? I’m still learning how to put rooms together.

    1. Haha! Yeah, I can see how it would be a dangerous place to visit to conjure up all kinds of grand project plans. For the mood boards, the tile above the sink vanity would be for a backsplash/focal wall, the tile to the right would be for the shower, and the tile at the bottom would be for the floor.

  11. Floor & Decor is amazing!! We found them when we remodeled our master bath last summer and made the trek to Concord several times. Love that they’re in Pineville now. My hubby and I did the same thing Saturday and spent a solid couple hours just wandering through allllll the aisles! Can’t wait to see how your bath turns out when you get to it!

    1. It’s soooo much fun! I always wanted to stop at the Concord location, but we never seemed to have time, and it’s quite a trek for us up that direction. I’m curious what their little model setups look like at that location though!

  12. Love number 1. We have the pebble tile in our master at a house in Florida and love it. But 1 would be my pick away from the beach.

    1. I bet that’s beautiful! I agree. I love #2 but since we don’t have a coastal style, it wouldn’t fit with our house. Love putting together the look though. 🙂

  13. The first one is definitely my first choice! Great mood boards! Just Love your vision of a date and your fun pics of the day! Lol

    1. On our 30th wedding anniversary earlier this month, my husband decided we should go to Home Depot (as we do frequently). When we checked out, I told the man it was our anniversary. He told my husband: “I think a nice dinner out would be a better idea than shopping here today!”

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