Bold blue walls and heavily veined marble combine to create a bathroom that stands out in this contemporary Reno home. Exotic Danish mahogany floors tie in with the built-in cabinetry, which includes a pair of modern, floating vanities.
Incorporating textural differences into your master bath will not only create an excellent design plan, but will also add depth to your space. This master bath combines the textures of hardwood flooring, ceramic and tile to create subtle differences in line and shape while maintaining the overall neutral color scheme of the room.
Designer Debbie Perez transformed this 1990's master bath from blue and white to this beautiful organic serene space. By replacing the white cabinets and tile with custom cabinets and wood floors that can handle the mositure in a bathroom.
This spa-like bathroom designed by David Stimmel is a luxurious retreat featuring a large freestanding bathtub and walk-in shower. A large mirror backs the countertop creating the perfect vanity space. Sleek wall decor, colorful tile and stylish lighting combine to make this space a unique bathroom oasis.
Make a bold statement in a small space with wallpaper. If you’re not sure about wallpaper, a small bathroom is a great place to try it out. Interior designers Gabriela Eisenhart and Holly Conlan with Wake + Loom suggest looking for bold hues and patterns. In this Atlanta home, a few favorite photographs finish off the sophisticated look.
A wood chevron floor creates a beautiful path to the white bathtub and glass door shower in this inviting contemporary bathroom. Windows let in natural light white roman shades allow for the control of privacy. A soft, neutral color scheme keeps the design sophisticated and timeless.