The design is in the details indeed with this modern bathroom, featuring a luxurious freestanding soaking tub, dark hardwood floors and a whimsical towel rack. Just outside the huge windows, smooth black stones are a crisp contrast to the white interior.
The Neoclassic-inspired vanity conceals the power for blow dryers and curling irons, as well as an integrated towel warmer. The vanity is topped with polished Calacutta marble, and the backsplash creates a luxurious feel with beveled diamond-shaped mirrors.
To make the master bathroom feel a bit more modern, designer Kerra Michele Huerta brought in a sleek glass shower door, a clean-lined vanity and black pennytile floors. The vanity has space for towels underneath and so helps the bathroom stay clutter-free.
Positioned beside a modern armchair, a black ladder-style towel rack both creates visual contrast and provides a space to hang fresh linens. Below, a round ottoman with an agate accent glitters in the bathroom light, making the room seem all the more splendid.
The soaking tub is the highlight of this black and white bathroom. With its updated brass faucet, the tub feels both traditional in appeal and unique and modern in comparison with the recent chrome and silver trend. A black ladder shelf holds towels, and a nearby black stool holds soap and decorative items. Black and white floor tile rounds out the classic but contemporary feel of the space.
Since shiny black floor surfaces tend to draw attention to imperfections, large-scale, rectangular porcelain tiles featuring a dulled, chalky finish were used. In order to add contrast to the floor and highlight the lines of the tile, the contractor used white grout.
From the wallpaper to the penny tile floors, there are quite a few fun surprises in this powder room. The black cabinet with agate pulls is a nice touch, too, as it keeps extra towels on hand and offers a pop of pink.
White, modern slab face cabinets hide a decent amount of pantry space and utility closet and feature great leather handles. A giant pegboard allows flexibility for whatever storage needs may arise. Pegs can be rearranged to hold towels, hats, life vests, etc.
To add open storage above the resurfaced bathtub, a shelf was made from a plank of pine, cut to size and finished with ebony stain. The shelf holds shampoo and beauty products, while an integrated black steel pipe keeps towels hung neatly below.
A bathroom keeps the design scheme crisp and simple with white subway tiles in the shower, black and white tiles for the floor and a soft green vanity. The black and white theme is picked up again in the towels, shower curtain and bathmat.