Opulence is the key word in this marble-clad powder room. From the sleek vanity with mirrored doors, to the decorative and dramatic floor tiles, to the textured wallpaper and deep crown molding, no surface is left unadorned. Even the vessel sink and soap dispenser get in on the marble theme.
His and her vanities with mirrored cabinets and glass countertops add a stylish element to this master bathroom. A custom tiled shower in shades of blue feels inspired by the ocean waves with its design, and a blue mosaic tile bathtub offers a place to soak and enjoy a glass of wine after a long day's work. Above, the large frosted glass window allows plenty of light to filter through the space while still providing privacy.
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 master bath includes a tabletop magnifying mirror that lights up when approached, simulating natural light with full color variation for flawless makeup application. The open doorway to the right of the shower offers a view into the attached master closet.
The master bath's larger vanity, with solid maple drawer fronts painted bright white, includes a 40-inch-wide by 30-inch-high medicine cabinet with anodized aluminum construction and a durable rust-free and chip-free finish.
For this cottage-style bathroom, designer Sarah Richardson chose a pair of glitzy mirrored sconces, instead of a standard bar-style vanity light, to flank the Venetian mirror. Not only do the sconces work beautifully in this feminine space, they're also a great choice for lighting the vanity area because they provide even cross lighting with minimal glare.
The upstairs master bedroom leads to a dressing area and a large marble bath where exotic touches like brightly colored baskets and unique vanity mirrors imbue the space with personality and a touch of the exotic.
Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room designs an open floor plan master suite. Hotel-style mirror panels act as a central divider between the bedroom, vanity area and large walk-through closet. The entire space evokes a resort-like feel at home.