Save with your materials and color choices. These bathroom countertops are Silestone, a quartz material that can get pricey. But Atlanta DIY blogger and stylist Jo Torrijos purchased them from a home improvement store at the right time -- when there was a special offer. Plus, she says the color she chose was in the “A” category, so it was one of the less expensive color options and comparable to lower-priced granite.
Neutral Transitional Bathroom With Quatrefoil Mirror
A wading pool-style sink looks like an organic part of this bathroom vanity. The countertop surface is carried into the backsplash, above which hangs a quatrefoil-shaped mirror. Simple wall sconces add both ambient light and ambiance to this serene space.
White Contemporary Bathroom Features Stylish Green Glass Accent Wall & Chic Floating Vanity
Drawing stylish green glass tile down from the ceiling and across the floor is a creative and stunning way to delineate the washing area in this chic, contemporary bathroom. Using a floating vanity allows for the color to flow uninhibited from the wall while light illuminating from behind the mirror draws the eye upward.
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The original bathroom was completely dark, traditional and outdated.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.
Glass storage jars let toiletries with interesting shapes or textures become part of the decor. In a space-saving move that doesn't scrimp on luxury, the soaking tub fits neatly inside the walk-in shower area.
Genevieve Gorder used beautiful Moroccan-style tiles to line the walls of her bathroom, as seen on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation." A golden brass pipe shower fixture sits over the tub, and a brass and marble sink sits off to the left, creating a warm and cohesive space.