As this 6-foot-by-7-foot Atlanta bathroom demonstrates, sometimes bold color is all you need to make a big statement. Although this space receives no natural light, the bold Kelly green walls give it fresh personality. The ultra-white floor and wainscoting counterbalance the green's intensity.
Contemporary artwork and sleek lines pair with classic touches like a traditional faucet and plantation shutters for a transitional design in this remodeled bathroom. A soothing color palette of soft blues and white creates a calm, relaxed atmosphere.
The rustic Tuscan color palette in this stunning master bathroom leans heavily on earthy, unpretentious hues evocative of a Tuscan hillside. A spacious wood vanity, beautiful tile floors and an exquisite bathing area lend a sense of luxury to the space.
The clean, neutral color palette in the small guest bathroom reflects the natural light from the large window to the rear of the space. This gives the illusion of a larger room. To finish off the space, designers added a gray mirror for a bit of subtle contrast and black sconces add a touch of industrial flair.
Elegant simplicity is the name of the game for this home, and in the master bathroom, this is achieved through a neutral color palette and a modern design. The double vanity is made from gray and white marble resting on wood cabinets. The floor is brown tile with a gray and white center. There is nothing extra in this design, which makes the space feel clean and unhindered, while still remaining elegant.
A light gray and white color scheme creates a peaceful, spa-like vibe in this transitional bathroom. A beautiful white vanity features a large mirror with mounted sconces and plenty of drawer space to keep the counters clutter-free.
Positioned beside a modern armchair, a black ladder-style towel rack both creates visual contrast and provides a space to hang fresh linens. Below, a round ottoman with an agate accent glitters in the bathroom light, making the room seem all the more splendid.
To create an open, bright space that is still true to the design in the rest of the renovated Spanish Colonial, designers used white as their base color to reflect the natural and artificial light in the space, making it light. To accent the neutral color palette, Spanish tile was added to the backsplash and base of the walls, while a brick floor laid in a chevron pattern helps to add warmth to this bright space.
Blue artwork adds a splash of color and a whimsical touch to this calm, orderly bathroom. The girl featured in the art looks as if she's about to fall directly into the freestanding tub, creating a fun, eye-catching focal point for the space.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, the first thing you notice when you see this space is the floor. Instead of designing this space with an accent wall, Jillian let the floor be the accent piece. She used striped, glass tiles to make her floor stand out.
With a single-vanity and shower, this guest bathroom is ideal for friends and family who visit one weekend. White subway tile and a black mosaic tile floor achieve an energetic yet sophisticated look that guests will love.