In this industrial-modern bathroom there's a wooden bathroom vanity, that has double sinks with tall rectangular mirrors above each one. A glass shower surround allows the light from the windows to pass through and fill the room, while stone tile adds a soft natural touch to the space.
This generously sized bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2006 is lined with a peg rail, with pegs made from branches of mountain laurel. The wood theme plays out again in the rough-wood framed mirror over the deep double sink. The sink, reminiscent of an old-fashioned laundry sink, offers plenty of room for multiple people to wash up at once.
A large red vase flanked by two mounted sinks draws the eye into this contemporary bathroom. With no vanity storage, a tall rich wood cabinet with contemporary hardware was installed to provide a place to stow towels and toiletries.
This fresh master bathroom features brown whitewashed cabinets paired with a white countertop and neutral tile floors. A pair of modern vessel sinks sits atop the counter, while a wall-to-wall mirror shows off the adjacent slate tile accent wall. Recessed lighting illuminates the space.
A custom vanity in rich Jacobean-stained alder with a marine varnish sets off fresh white sinks and vintage-inspired fixtures in this traditional bathroom. The focal point of the space is the collage of mirrors, which breaks up the large wall above the vanity in a new and exciting way.
This bathroom remodel features a long white vanity with double sinks, extra cabinets and separate wall mirrors for simultaneous use. The space is essentially white — with two black wall stripes and a mosaic tile floor in black and white. The vanity's gray marble countertop coordinates with the color scheme.
TriplePoint Design Build chose an updated take on 1920s style with its redesign of this master bathroom in dramatic black and white. The pops of color found in the decorative flower arrangements provide contrast against the more minimalist theme but still help cultivate a sleek and sophisticated look.
By bumping out the upper level drawers and reducing the footprint of the lower cabinets, designer Bruce Snell created more storage and room to stand in thisnarrow bathroom. Nickel finishes on the Art-Deco inspired cabinets adds a sleek look.