Designers loved the color charcoal in this home, but feared that it would make smaller spaces, like this powder room, too dark, so they remedied their worries by taking advantage of the natural light in the space brought in by a large window over the tub. They, then, added white fixtures and white wall details to further add light to the space. An elegant crystal chandelier adds the perfect finishing touch.
Yellow-Tiled Angled Bathroom Wall With Hexagonal Floors
Because pedestal tubs appear to float in their surroundings, they can be a wise choice for compact bathrooms. Not only do they take up less visual space, but their smaller footprint also exposes more flooring, which is preferable when showing off intricate hexagonal floor tiles like these.
A pebble accent stripe on the wall behind the toilet continues to the floor in the modern 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 powder room was kept simple with a sleek, minimalist design. The white floors and white cabinetry contrast against the same taupe wall covering used on the living room accent wall. A pebble accent tile was used along the toilet wall down to the floor for a sleek visual detail.
The master bathroom was kept all white, clean and streamlined for a modern appeal. Glass shower partitions extend to the water closet area for a seamless look. A modern brass pendant was added for a contrasting yet chic touch and to tie in to the dark wood cabinetry.
Country Bathroom With Gray Wallpaper, Sink Counter With Connected Shelving and Painted Black Wooden Floor
Gray wallpaper covers the top wall portion of this half bath to add shade and dimension to the design. The black floor pops against the bright white elements. The sink runs parallel with the toilet, and the countertop continues around the corner creating attached, built-in shelving.
This master bathroom was designed as an ultimate couples retreat with double sinks, double shower heads and a two-person tub. Houseplants—both on the floor and hanging—add a welcome organic note into the mix.