Small Yet Striking Bathroom With Herringbone Tile Walls
Originally constructed in 1909, this small master bathroom could not be expanded in terms of space. By embracing dark, moodier colors and installing gleaming tile surfaces and chrome finishes, the room was given a larger personality.
Gold accents bring a little sparkle to this dramatically black master bathroom. The double vanity features deep vessel sinks and face the large, walk-in glass shower. For a true spa experience, the bathtub area is designed with floor-to-ceiling marble.
A wood wrapping that starts from the vanity and goes through the tub and wall helps to emphasize the agate wall as the focal point in the bathroom. Mirrors and large glass window applications give the room the illusion of openness making it feel larger.
From: Dickson Realty
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Contemporary Neutral Bathroom With Blue Tile Accents
This neutral bathroom earns a pop of color from blue and gray tile accent strips in the glass enclosed shower and throughout the flooring. A single curved vanity features an oval mirror, while built-in glass shelving provides room for stowing bathroom essentials. Taupe wall moldings add a finishing touch.
Black and White Marble Powder Room With Brass Faucet and Mirror Frame Above White Marble Countertop
The subtle white marble countertop ties into the marble pattern wallpaper. The brass faucet and mirror add a pop of contrast to the silvery wallpaper, while their clean lines lend them an architectural presence. A petal-like light fixture adds a whimsical touch to the design.
Contemporary, Neutral Bathroom With Double Showers
Basketweave tile walls create a bold, graphic design in this contemporary bathroom. Rainfall showerheads are centered in the space, while a sleek contemporary soaker bathtub is the perfect spot to relax.