This double vanity master bathroom features a large freestanding bathtub positioned in front of a louver window, allowing natural light to illuminate the space. A dark brown wooden vanity is positioned on either side of the tub, while neutral tile floors finish off the look of the space.
White Double Sink Vanity With Gray Marble Countertop
This bathroom remodel features a long white vanity with double sinks, extra cabinets and separate wall mirrors for simultaneous use. The space is essentially white — with two black wall stripes and a mosaic tile floor in black and white. The vanity's gray marble countertop coordinates with the color scheme.
Creamy White Bathroom With Trough-Like Vessel Sink
A trough-like vessel sink adds a subtle element of interest to this fresh bathroom, which features a color palette of creamy whites and soft neutrals. The marble tile backsplash lends a touch of sophistication to the space.
Susan Brunstrum designed the master bathroom of this Park City, Utah vacation home to reflect the Mountain Modern theme she used throughout the space. Here, the wood of the door and cabinetry feature a rustic aesthetic, yet she selected a tile and countertop material that elevates her theme. The deep taupe walls complement the color palette and add drama to the design.
Stretch your design budget with discounted tile. Atlanta designer Karina Souki Bryant recommends finding a discontinued tile on sale. Often stores will only have a few boxes of discounted tile, but if you collect multiple boxes from more than one location, you can get the tile you need for a much lower price tag. Bryant suggests asking a store associate to check the supply at other store locations to make sure you’re making a good choice. The gray glass tile in Bryant’s contemporary bathroom, which was built by Imery Group, was on discount at a builder's supply store.
The expansive double vanity provides storage above and below the countertop. Open shelving frees up precious counter space and keeps must-haves at hand. Under-vanity lighting adds dimension to the lighting scheme and illuminates the pale oak floor.
From the subway tiles to the squared-off pedestal sinks and high-gloss hardwood floors, the sleek details in this rustic farmhouse bathroom give it an elegant, polished look. The white palette offers a clean, fresh feeling and a great contrast to the dark wood molding.