Most people want a bathroom that looks, above all other things, clean! This space reflects that desire, using a classic black-and-white design that always feels sharp and pulled together. The brass sconce and fixtures are a current-day update to the chrome and silver that have dominated the market in past years. Drawers under the double vanity hold essential bathroom items, and an angular brass tray between the sinks displays flowers in simple crystal vases.
A bombé chest becomes a stately vanity in this opulent traditional bath. Antique brass candle sconces flank the sink, which is backed by a wall-size leaded glass mirror. Metallic damask wallpaper reflects light.
This modern white cottage guest bathroom features a marble topped antique dresser vanity with a traditional white sink and chrome wall mounted faucet, brass wall sconces, white painted shiplap walls, and antique mirror and glass door knob.
Can you imagine taking a bath in front of a view like this? Angela Blehm's master bath is the definition of relaxed elegance. The overall palette of her home is so incredibly colorful and vibrant, that the master bath's classic design makes for the perfect sanctuary. Angela achieved a cohesive look within the space by repeating the Benjamin Moore, Cumulous Cloud, wall color on their custom vanities and adding the gorgeous "York" bathtub from Victoria + Albert. My favorite detail about this space is the repetition and balance of simple shapes. Brass sconces and round pulls are the perfect finishing touches.
This modern double vanity bathroom is the way to do black and white. The black tile floor is a honeycomb pattern, repeated on a smaller scale in the gorgeous glassed-in shower with black and white tiled soap inset and built-in shower seat. All the appliances have brass faucets. Twin brass-framed mirrors below glass sconces overlook a white marble-topped double sink vanity that sits on six drawers in black with brass drawer pulls.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson updated this bathroom with a fresh, white furniture-style vanity, a wood and brass vanity mirror and two crumpled steel wall sconces above the sink for an industrial flair.
The master bathroom has his-and-her vanities, featuring a clean transitional design in a soft palette of dove gray, and white, accented by brass. The cool tones washed by the warm light of the sconces create a serene and refreshing retreat.
In this small but fancy bathroom, the design inspiration started with a golden antique mirror. Brass and bronze fixtures were chosen to complement it; black and white tiles are the perfect backdrop. Sink: Duravit; Plumbing fixtures: Lightinthebox; Sconce: Restoration Hardware; Tile: Nemo Tile
A round nightstand on each side of the bed offers a spot for framed photos and books for nighttime reading. A long-necked sconce with a salt-blasted glass globe and antique brass-finished metal frame on the wall on each side of the bed offer soft and stylish lighting.
It's difficult to believe that this was once a living room, but it was. Then designers answered the homeowners' wishes for a larger kitchen and switched up the spaces. Now, tall windows look out onto a marsh and wide walkways make the room easy to work and play in. Cabinet color: Benjamin Moore Quarry Rock Semi Gloss; Flooring: Sea Green Quartzite 8x16, The Tile Source; Drawer pulls: Restoration Hardware Duluth Pull in Aged Brass; Island Pendants: Circa Lighting Goodman Large Hanging Lamp in Antique Nickel; Sconces: Circa Lighting Graves Pivoting Sconce; Counter Stools: West Elm Slope Stool in Leather
As seen on DIy Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis restored the formal dining room to its original beauty. Nicole painted the walls above the hand carved African mahogany fireplace and panels dark gray to draw the eye up to the molding on the ceiling. She removed the 1970s glass and brass fireplace doors, and replaced the wall sconces with more period appropriate versions. Cracked and warped stained glass windows were repaired.