The master bathroom takes this home from the beach to the resort without missing a beat. The tile work, matching sinks and rustic, brass mirror all speak to the experience of an all-inclusive getaway. For a custom feel, Malene designed the bathroom vanity as a replica of a Chinese cabinet, featuring modern double sinks.
A transitional master bathroom features custom cabinetry with a hamper pullout offering family-friendly convenience. The custom cabinets offer maximum storage and eliminate clutter throughout the bathroom.
Cutout cubbies store bath towels and containers on either side of this custom vanity. For a single vanity, there is ample counter space to hold all of your bathroom essentials plus cabinets below to keep the counter from becoming too cluttered.
This master bathroom features a custom double vanity in a rich brown finish. Curtains soften the corner while creating privacy and framing the soaking tub. A tall, slender linen cabinet, which matches the vanity, provides ample storage without taking up much floor space.
Designer Kim Lewis added the large 9' window to the space to make the bathroom that much brighter. To keep from covering it up with a traditional mirror, Lewis used a barn door track, providing flexibility in placement, so it never hinders the view of the incredible Southern California landscape just outside.
To create an elegant new space in the master bathroom, Joanna Gaines, of HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, added a dark stone backsplash, a custom vanity, new hardware and a custom shower. This gives the homeowners a relaxing, sophisticated place to take a load off at the end of the day.
In a home short on storage, builder Todd Best worked hard to provide his client with plenty of cabinet space. “She wanted us to be creative,” he says. “So we took advantage of every extra square foot that we could find—thus the use of this custom sliding storage unit in a normally wasted area of their master bathroom.”
The master bathroom has a clear view of the Olympic Mountains. Both the bathtub and shower are positioned to enjoy the peaceful scenery of the Puget Sound. The custom stone sink features a hidden drain, and stone-faced drawers below sink have an integrated towel bar.
The focal point of this light and bright bathroom is a custom sculptural sink made to look like a waterfall. The homeowner didn't want pipes to be visible under the sink, so designer Margot Mandel created a sink that would drain into the shower. Wooden ceilings and a small corner rock garden finish off the look of the space.
A special feature of this transitional style bathroom is the custom tiled shower wall featuring a beautiful iridescent glass tile trim and built in shelves. It's almost too pretty to hide behind a curtain!