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.
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.
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.
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.
The newly created foyer is complete with a spacious guest bathroom. Plumbing, from the original kitchen, was refitted to accommodate the bathroom leaving room in the budget for Jen to get creative on the design.
Get ready for the day in this cozy transitional master bathroom. The dark blue cabinetry beneath a double vanity utilizes brass, nickel and black mixed metals for the hardware, which pairs perfectly with the rectangular double mirrors.
Tiled in marble throughout, this space is distinctly sophisticated with hand-hewn details and high-contrast finishes. Metallic bathroom sconces frame a free-standing vanity while shelving provides extra space for all of the necessities.