The farmhouse look is so fresh and friendly in the master bathroom. The cheerful blue vanity and mirror are partnered with bubble pendants. On top of the vanity, a beautiful wood planter is home base for a plant.
Bun feet give this built-in bathroom vanity the feel of a freestanding piece of furniture. Mirrors with scalloped, antiqued frames add interest, while pale blue walls and tile floors set on a diagonal create the illusion of more space.
This jewel box of a bathroom sits adjacent to a swimming pool, so water inspired the palette and design. The white porcelain wall tiles feature a smooth, wave pattern. On the floating vanity, the blue glossy finish is a marine gel coat applied in many layers.
The master bathroom is big on personality, if not on space. The concrete tile floor is meant to evoke the look of a folk art quilt. The vanity and mirror are pretty as a picture in robin's egg blue. And shiplap walls match the paneling used throughout the house.
To create separate storage for each person in this master bathroom, two top wall cabinets were added on each side of the double vanity with adjustable shelves and convenient outlets. In the center, base cabinet drawers offer storage for common items. Towel bars placed under each sink provide easy access with a shelf below for extra towels.
Transom windows let in natural light without compromising privacy. Gray penny tile floors mimic the dot pattern on the frosted glass door. The floating vanity's flat panel wood cabinets break up all of the blue surfaces.