From the cubic pattern on the floor to the sharp line of the chair rail, this Brooklyn bathroom is a study in crisp geometry. The clean black-and-white color palette is uninterrupted, and traditional elements like the footed, furniture-style vanity and subway tile walls keep the area grounded.
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.
An unconventional faucet is mounted to the side wall in this bathroom so as not to distract from the stunning geometric tile backsplash. A sleek wood vanity features a waterfall countertop with a linear sink, completing the striking, eccentric look.
The pristine guest bathroom features beautiful tile in shades of gray. A subway tile backsplash continues around half of the room, while intricate basketweave tile is underfoot. The dark vanity with its beadboard-inspired front is dressed up with metallic hardware and an undermount sink.
In the refurbished master bathroom, designers used painted wood paneling as a backsplash, then paired it with quartz countertops and warm wood cabinetry. Hexagonal floor tiles are a subtle layer of pattern.
For a husband who likes modern style and a wife who prefers rooms with a vintage farmhouse look, designers had to mix and match elements. In the master bathroom, patterned cement tiles are the main focal point, jazzing up the sweeter vibe of the shutter-front vanity.