A pebble accent wall runs above the toilet and continues to the floor in the powder room. The single vanity features a thick countertop with a long, linear sink and cabinet space underneath for storing hand towels, soap and toiletries.
The master bathroom was kept all white, clean and refreshing for a modern appeal. Glass partitions were incorporated into the shower and continued into the toilet area for a seamless look.
The original bathroom was completely dark, traditional and outdated. All surfaces including flooring, tub sides, countertop, glass partitions and ceiling were completely renovated for a new and bright space. A brass, modern pendant was added for a contrasting yet chic touch and to tie in the dark wood cabinetry.
The powder room was kept simple, but not lacking design. The white floors and white cabinetry contrasts against the same taupe wallcovering used in the living room accent wall. The larger layout proved to be a challenge to balance between simple and articulated design. A pebble accent tile was used along the toilet wall and seamlessly down the floor for a sleek visual detail.
Gold hardware and fixtures add a touch of glam to the clean white tiled shower with a glass door. Penny round tile is used as the shower and bathroom flooring, bringing a classic note to the space. Abstract art adds a touch of color.
The wild patterns in this amazing bathroom shouldn't go together, but they do (brilliantly!) thanks to a similar color palette and the small-scale size of the sconce's stripes, dish towel's beading and the mosaic tile floor.
Gray and white striped tiles cover the floor, bathtub surround and the entire shower, adding visual appeal to the minimalist design. A delicate, purple chandelier hangs above the bathtub to bring additional style and a pop of color to the space.