This urban, industrial powder room features scarlet red walls to generate instant excitement and contrast with the surrounding fired metal panels. Novel, bare bulb fixtures dangle humbly from red cable, illuminating the surroundings with eclectic allure.
To give this neutral bathroom a sense of depth and unique personality, designers used a wide range of materials. The backsplash is tiny, gray tiles; curlicues dress up the oversized pendant light. The shower gets lots of marble.
Designer Rebecca Pogonitz gave this small bathroom a luxurious facelift with a few cosmetic changes and a space-saving fixture. The floating vanity frees up visual space, while a pretty capiz pendant brings out the cream and bronze tones in the new backsplash.
While wall-mounted sconces are more typically used alongside the bathroom mirrors, substituting silver mercury glass cloche pendants adds an unexpectedly glamorous touch to the guest bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014. Silver accessories and an antiqued mirror add more sparkle.
With a goal of creating a spa-like bathroom, the designer used a quartz tub surround, custom laminate tub facing and a beautiful area rug. The ottoman is covered in terry-cloth fabric, and is situated under a Capiz-shell pendant light.