The master bathroom takes this home from the beach to the resort without missing a beat. The tile work, matching sinks and rustic, brass mirror all speak to the experience of an all-inclusive getaway. For a custom feel, Malene designed the bathroom vanity as a replica of a Chinese cabinet, featuring modern double sinks.
Vintage pieces add charm to this master bathroom designed by Rebekah Zaveloff. Details of white and gray subway tiled walls and a clear glass chandelier with a repurposed desk bring this vintage vibe alive.
Though this bathroom is narrow, the window and polished nickel mirrors let in lots of light, making it feel bigger. An elegant oval back Victorian style chair at the counter is the perfect spot to put on makeup.
After removing existing cabinetry and fixtures, the room was tiled to the ceiling to play up the natural light and pretty view. By installing a wall-mounted vanity and toilet, they appear to “float” above the floor which adds a more spacious feel. The towel warmers in this cold climate were a no-brainer.
The inspiration for the room’s tile-on-tile look came from Turkish bathhouses the family visited on vacation. Sonal put oversize cream-color hex tile on the floor, and graphic cement tile from Cement Tile Shop on the wall above the vanity. “Blending patterns in different sizes and scales looks exciting,” she says. A curvy bronze-edged mirror from Uttermost and an aged-finish vanity by Cabinetcraft Custom Cabinetry clinches the bathhouse vibe.
“I love a bath at the end of the day, so I think Luke was channeling me in here,” says Miranda. He paired the fiberglass tub by AKDY with a floating vanity he designed that’s topped with black soapstone. Tall mirrors from IKEA look even sleeker with globe pendants hung low in front—since they’re see-through, they don’t obstruct the view in the mirrors.
The bathrooms in designer Megan Pflug’s lodge are cheery and bright. Where rustic comfort is the order of the day for most spaces here, the bathrooms skew a bit more towards the modern than the rest of the accommodations. Brightly colored fixtures and modern lighting are accompanied by textiles adorned in geometric prints for a pleasing note of contrast that doesn’t feel at odds with the rest of the decor.