A lovely shade of purple found in the bath towels and artwork accents this serene master bathroom design. The dark wood vanity topped with white marble adds beautiful contrast to the soft gray palette.
Bring a traditional bath into the 21st century, no time machine necessary. A coat of burnt orange paint instantly updates this bath's classic woodwork, fixtures and marble vanity, while the modern artwork and whimsical bust-turned-towel rack further bridge the "then and now."
This high-end powder room, designed by Lori Carroll with Lori Carroll and Associates, won first place from the National Kitchen + Bath Association this year. To snag a bit of this style, use hooks or towel grabbers, which can be purchased at Walmart for less than $5, to display hand towels.
Burnt orange tile makes a bold statement in this traditional bathroom from HGTV Green Home 2010. A wide green stripe trails the wall, matching a whimsical mirror. Orange and white bath towels coordinate with the color scheme.
Stark white walls allow bright green accessories to really pop in this modern kids bathroom. A lime green faucet on the floating sink matches the green stools, while a darker shade of green is used for the bath towels.
Plastic storage drawers can add tons of organization to any space. In a linen closet, use them to corral wash clothes and hand towels. The sturdy drawers also help piles of bath towels stay neat and upright on each side.
Cutout cubbies store bath towels and containers on either side of this custom vanity. For a single vanity, there is ample counter space to hold all of your bathroom essentials plus cabinets below to keep the counter from becoming too cluttered.
Striped walls and decorative stenciling are whimsical design details in this gender neutral nursery. Paper airplanes soar above the modern white crib, while a rustic branch coat rack keeps blankets and hooded bath towels organized and within reach of a comfy rocking chair.
The shower curtain provides a burst of blue color to the white subway tiled walls in this kids bathroom. The gray vanity and dark fixtures add color as well. Reflected in the mirror are whimsical towel hooks.
This master bathroom might seem simple, but it's actually rich with classic design elements like coffered ceilings, wainscoting and mosaic tile flooring. Two chrome towel racks flank the shower door so the owners don't have to go far for their towels.
Subway tile is laid in a modified brick pattern, adding interest to the white walls of this sleek, contemporary bath. Gray tile is offset by gold accessories, including luxe gold damask-pattern guest towels.
Sometimes, a storage unit can play more than one role in a space, as in this contemporary master bath designed by Alisha Hillary. “The towel caddy was installed between the vanity and the toilet primarily to stop the view straight to the toilet when walking into the bathroom,” says Hillary. “It also serves as a great spot to store hand towels or candles and other small decorative items. The small stone feature tile running up behind the caddy references back to the travertine on the floor.”
Quartz counters and a built-in undermount sink maximize the space in this small bathroom. Shuttered doors keep the plumbing and personal items stowed away while open shelves are the perfect spot for easy to reach towels.
After a day of sunbathing or swimming in the pool, this guest bathroom becomes the perfect space to freshen up. A large vanity keeps essentials like towels and soap close, while a glass door opens to the shower.
In this home's master bathroom, the colors are more vibrant and grown up than in the kids' bathroom. A bold teal color adorns the wall, while the floors are made of a complementary teal patterned tile. Pink towels accent the space along with Chinese statues and pictures that give the space personality and depth.