For no cost, something as easy as a strategic placement can offer a beautiful reflection and color in a small bathroom, says Atlanta interior designer Alice Cramer. In this Atlanta powder room, she placed the mirror in just the right spot to reflect a piece of art for an eye-catching result that added depth and interest.
Practical shelving can also be stylish. Whether they hold essential toiletries or decorative candles that give the room a cozy glow, bathroom shelves are too often relegated to style afterthoughts. Incorporate shelving into your bathroom design, and you’ll find a needed shelf can also be nifty.
This cute country vanity features a copper bowl sink and distressed wood. The vanity blends with the natural wood of the wall which is accented next to the smooth mustard yellow paint of the adjoining wall. A lantern casts a unique light pattern and works perfectly for the country design.
This powder room's got style! An impactful, black, tile wall is a unique and gorgeous for the space. A mirror with an art deco feel is the bathroom's centerpiece. Farmhouse-style vanity fixtures provide ample light, and a vessel-style sink in a floating counter adds classy simplicity.
Feminine curves on the mirror’s gold frame and light fixtures combined with the unique bowl pedestal sink give an eclectic vibe to this bathroom. Mounted marble frames the copper faucet and adds to the interesting lines used in the decor.
The kitchen’s white apron-front sink has a streamlined and versatile farmhouse style. The single bowl sink with touchless faucet sits next to a stainless built-in dishwasher, surrounded by a polished quartz countertop. “I choose pure white because of all the elements that were going on, especially with the brick, the woods, the stainless steel, the paint and everything else going on,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “I wanted to add calm there to the perimeters of the kitchen.”
Style and function seamlessly combine in this laundry room. Polished granite countertops provide a beautifully durable work surface, and a stainless steel, single-bowl sink is just as functional for hand-washing laundry as it is for freshening up.
This double bowl kitchen sink is set in a gray marble countertop and features a two faucet set up. Floating shelves match the countertop for a light and cohesive look over the white subway tile backsplash. The sink nook is settled between stainless steel refrigerators, leaving the floor space open for maximum room.
Mustard yellow wallpaper and mounted candle light fixtures give a warm atmosphere to this vanity area. A distressed dresser vanity base and stainless steel bowl vessel sink create an antiqued look. A dark wood mirror frame compliments the wood countertop and hardwood floor.