If there is no room on the walls near the sink for a hand towel ring or hook, take it to the countertop. Designer Jennifer Foster filled a red tray with a small towel stand for a boy’s bathroom. Decorative hand towels also are an easy way to make a bathroom look more polished, and designers often opt for ones with simple patterns such as stripes.
This master bedroom is truly decadent: In the middle of the countertop between the two sinks is a coffee bar, perfect to jump start early mornings. Another area was planned to fit a massage table and a privacy screen.
Pops of bright color add whimsy to this girl's bathroom and make it feel fresh and young. The designer mixes graphic concrete floor tiles with a budget-friendly white subway tile backsplash. Custom cabinets provide ample storage. Floor tiles: Popham Design
Every powder room should have the exotic lushness of a rainforest! Green, palm-covered wallpaper does the trick here; that it's only on the upper half of the wall keeps the space from being overwhelmed by jungle fever.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: The notched profile and curves in the master bathroom's vanity top add dimension and give the piece a distinctive look. Sconces mounted to the mirror surface help maximize the space and provide well placed and direct illumination.
Little details give this white bathroom subtle style: a gray mosaic tile stripe in the shower, the simple wood vanity, the marble floor. Filling the wall above the sink and toilet with mirrors helps the small space feel big.
This double, two-sided mirrored medicine cabinet is sleek and durable--perfect for a busy family on the go! It complements the simple design of this small bathroom that keeps clutter to a minimum. A small wood vanity contains ample storage space to store products and other bath paraphernalia.