This spacious Mediterranean master bathroom from Debra Kay George Interiors features a frescoed recessed dome ceiling above a large tiled bath, along with an antique conversation seat and a large arched vanity mirror.
Pretty blue-and-white wallpaper with birds and flowers was the design jumping off point for the powder room makeover. The dark-stained vanity is a handsome contrast; its dentil molding repeats a detail used in the kitchen. Above the vanity, a scalloped mirror in an antique gold finish is an elegant companion.
A cast-iron trough sink with three faucets adds antique flair to this warm, rustic bathroom. Four layered lanterns provide ample light, highlighting the stone countertop, wood vanity with towel storage and stone floor.
For a personal, time-touched look, consider repurposing an existing furniture piece instead of installing a new vanity. In this space, designer Lindsey Lang used a deft hand when mixing old and new elements. “I used a reclaimed piece as a vanity and an antique market basket for storage. These older elements pair beautifully with the modern tiles.”
This luxurious master bathroom features a small nook for additional storage. The second vanity area is defined by a rustic dresser, lacquered trays, mercury glass vases and the focal point: sunburst mirrors fashioned from antiqued mirror panes.
A furniture-syle vanity is topped with a rustic, one-of-a-kind wood countertop in this cabin bathroom. Antique rubbed bronze fixtures keep with the rustic feel of the home, and a stone vessel sink adds an interesting touch.
An antique Chinese silk screen lit from behind with a hidden fluorescent fixture separates this tranquil Asian-style bathroom from the adjacent bedroom. Three sleek pendant lights provide task lighting above the long, floating wood vanity with vessel sinks.
The powder room is a lovely nod to this home's historical Tudor roots. An antique wood table was turned into a charming vanity with the addition of a pewter vessel sink and bridge faucet. Patterned wallpaper is the perfect finishing touch.
Varying shades and styles of marble sheathe the walls, floor and countertop in this traditional bathroom. A decorative mirror features a shapely, antiqued mirror frame, while the vanity includes a decorative marble border the frames the hammered metal sink.
The largest bathroom that luxury tiny home builders, Tyson and Michelle Speiss, have ever built, this space measures at a whopping 29 square feet and features a 4-foot antique-style clawfoot tub, hardwood floors, a modern vanity and more.
The clawfoot tub gets re-porcelained and updated with new tub hardware, and the brick floors are restored and given a poly coat. The custom vanity was made using an antique dresser that Home Town hosts Erin and Ben Naiper bought at auction.
Gray and white wallpaper with a repeating geometric pattern covers every wall of this small bathroom, making a big design statement. The vanity features antique bronze hardware and a curved base the complements the mirror hanging above. A sleek countertop and ash gray floors give the space an overall transitional look.