Mosaic tile creates a contrasting grid pattern for a striking floor in this Art Deco bathroom. Marble tiles are used on the walls for sophisticated, monochromatic look, while white sinks keep the space light and airy. Metallics, from the brass light fixtures and mirrors to the gold faucets and plumbing, bring an updated vintage feel to the space.
Black-and-White Hollywood Regency Bathroom With a Pop of Pink
Hollywood glamour is given a lady-like treatment in this bold, graphic bathroom. Vintage floor tile with black florets adds texture, while the sink is cleverly disguised as a dresser. A pop of pink in the floral arrangement echoes the bedroom wall color.
Vintage-Style Master Bathroom With Hideaway Toilet Area
TriplePoint Design Build cleverly fashioned a small, out-of-the-way area to disguise the toilet for their Art Deco-style master bathroom redo. A medicine cabinet and a decorative flower arrangement in white complete the look.
Art Deco Master Bath With Unique Ceiling Treatment
A bold color palette and black and white tile and ceiling give contemporary flare to this master bath. A high profile tub is nestled in the corner with a glass door shower. Black marble countertops complement the tile and ceiling.
Designers took the lower level powder room of a historic David Adler mansion from being dingy and dated to updated and chic! Gold and white stools tuck in under the lucite vanity and embellished wallpaper further ups the glitz appeal.
Designer Scott Thomas sought to capture the glamour of old Hollywood and the Art Deco movement of the '30s in this master bathroom but with a more updated look. The homeowners also wanted a space to display their new Picasso paintings, which fit right in with the design style.
By bumping out the upper level drawers and reducing the footprint of the lower cabinets, designer Bruce Snell created more storage and room to stand in thisnarrow bathroom. Nickel finishes on the Art-Deco inspired cabinets adds a sleek look.
Designer Kristi Will chose a 24-karat gold for the powder room at the 2014 San Francisco Decorator Showcase as a nod to opulent Art Deco design and a touch of ultimate luxury. A black vanity with glossy finish helps balance the shine of the sink and, with the mirror and architectural trim, anchor the design.