A native to Brazil, marbled bromeliad (Neoregelia marmorata) boasts light green leaves with striking red markings on top and bottom. Bright light coaxes maximum leaf color, which peaks as a glowing wine red. Flowers form in the center cup, opening slowly over a long period of time. But most folks grow this beauty for the eye-catching leaves, not the blossoms.
This bathroom reinvents traditional materials, like marble, into a contemporary style. White and gray marble flooring continues into the shower and up the shower wall. Separate small, black vanities are topped with matching marble. A black framed mirror and small mounted cabinet break up the white painted walls. A neutral rug with purple stripe warms up the floor.
A deep sunken tub is entered by stepping up from the floor to a marble step. Brown tiles line the walls that surround the tub, which has a lip on which is a small vase filled with white flowers and green foliage.
Neutral marble is used floor to ceiling to create an elegant bathroom retreat. Mosaic tiles in soft neutrals and grays are used behind the bathtub for visual texture, while a rainfall showerhead provides a luxurious experience.
This sleek and simple bathroom features a contemporary white and marble double vanity with silver fixtures and a marble bathtub. A cut-out in the vanity reveals a small makeup area dressed with a chic standup mirror and glamorous accessories to match.