Decorative Molding Over Neutral Lower Wall Tile and White Bathtub in Traditional Bathroom
Decorative white molding separates the lower tiled portion of the wall from the smooth, painted upper section. The varying neutral shades in the tile add subtle dimension to the room without overpowering the look. A white bathtub is fixed snuggly within the cutout leaving open floor space available.
Flowers and botanicals add a soft, elegant style to bathroom walls. To achieve this traditional bathroom’s look, you could press your own botanicals or buy botanical prints. The light blush-colored walls and curtains gently contrast with the earthy color of the botanicals. Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques” adds that a wall is a good place for uniformity, so using identical frames can have a calming effect.
This half-bathroom was renovated by the homeowners themselves. After a fresh coat of white on the walls, the ceiling was painted seafoam green. Matching accessories create a polished look from top to bottom.
A trio of large windows allow breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean from this soaker tub. A fireplace is built into a focal wall of marble tiles, adding to the luxurious feel of this spa-like bathroom.
A built-in vanity is paired with an upholstered chair and a small, ornate mirror to create a space for freshening up in this traditional bathroom. Subtly patterned wallpaper adds interest and movement to the space.
Master Bathroom Vanity With Marble Countertop and Seashell Art
Muted patterns with bright orange accents accessorize this master bathroom. Simple seashell art gives it a relaxing tropical feel, while the custom bench and marble surfaces work to add a hint of elegance.
This traditional powder features an ornate brown and metallic vanity mirror positioned against the green-gray textured walls. A vase of white flowers provides a touch of nature, while neutral patterned hand towels add a finishing touch.
The designer bumped out the sinks to create different depths, added an arched toe kick and used beaded inset cabinets to give this vanity a furniture look. Combining the large drawers into one large cabinet and adding mirrors to the doors makes the fixture look custom built.
This pristine, newly remodeled master bathroom features clean lines for easy living. Designed by TriplePoint Design Build, the room displays a bright white backdrop with two black accent stripes on the walls and a black and white basketweave mosaic tile floor to provide dimension and contrast. The look is classic and sophisticated.