This neutral bathroom features a vanity crafted from mesquite wood with a beautiful waxed finish and simple bronze cast sink. Mosaic brown and tan wall tiles include a few colorful turquoise tiles, while two caged pendant lights hang on either side of a circular mirror, giving the space an industrial touch.
This soft but interesting powder room, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, departs a bit from the home's gray and blue color palette with a pinkish tan wallpaper etched vertically with gray vines. It coordinates beautifully with the gray marble vanity countertop and dark brown wood cabinetry, for yet another nod to coastal living.
This earth-toned master bathroom is the perfect fit for the home's overall rustic decor. Neutral stacked stone walls enclose the shower, while glass tiles in various shades of brown create the mosaic tile backsplash. Medium grain Shaker style wood cabinets and a neutral stone countertop complete the look of the double vanity.
This transitional guest suite bathroom is designed as a second master suite in this 2014 Tampa Bay Showcase Home. The home features Tuscan-inspired design, so designer Don Sharp brings elements of the style into the bathroom with earthy brown floor tile, a dark wood vanity and pops of soft blue in the art and window treatments.
Designer Mary DeWalt's use of a blue and brown color palette for this home continued into the master bathroom, where she faced his and hers dark wood vanities with turquoise mosaic tile as the backsplash. The bathroom's focal point is the grand bathtub that forms its own private nook at the far end of the room.
Elegant simplicity is the name of the game for this home, and in the master bathroom, this is achieved through a neutral color palette and a modern design. The double vanity is made from gray and white marble resting on wood cabinets. The floor is brown tile with a gray and white center. There is nothing extra in this design, which makes the space feel clean and unhindered, while still remaining elegant.