"HGTV Star" contestant Anne Rue designed a feminine and sophisticated bathroom with custom, handmade glass tile, a herringbone-patterned floor, a marble countertop with glass vessel sink and whimsical, ruffled draperies.
A stunning vessel sink in a rustic metal and accenting contemporary faucet, along with a frosted glass shower door, add just the right amount of update to this transitional bathroom. Keeping a neutral palate throughout the marble countertop, cabinetry and tile allows the space to feel open.
Poised above a glass vessel sink, the copper-colored faucet in this powder room easily complements the surrounding jewel-toned walls. A framed photo with sequined edges further accentuates the space's feminine flair.
This transitional neutral guest bathroom features a vanity made from a Chinese cabinet, then topped with Calacatta marble and a glass vessel sink. The floor features porcelain tile from Arizona Tile made to look like marble.
Woodgrain floor tile compliments the mix of neutral, black and brown tile used to decorate the wall as well as the shower floor. A long floating vanity features two large silver vessel sinks with unique, long hanging faucets. A smooth oval tub sits next to the glass shower leaving an open hallway to move through the bathroom.
A glass enclosed shower caps off the end of this long, slender bathroom design. The floating double vanity feature glass, box shaped vessel sinks with mounted stainless steel faucets. Sleek storage drawers and open shelves are built in to maintain the organized and smooth look.
A frosted glass vessel sink and quartz countertop make this vanity appear to glow from within. The illuminated mirror does the work of sconces without taking up extra wall space. Tonal geometric-patterned wallpaper adds interest but doesn't overwhelm the small space.
In lieu of a mirror, the designers chose a paw-sitively adorable piece of art for this powder room. Now, as guests wash their hands in the glass vessel sink, they can admire the cool herringbone wallpaper *and* a fun portrait of the owners' pup.
Vertical tile creates a beautiful textured accent wall above the sleek vanity in this small bathroom. Woodgrain adds horizontal movement on the surrounding walls. A glass vessel sink fits perfectly with the rounded shape in the vanity and adds bright red and yellow hues to the warm space.
In this transitional bathroom, a dark marble-topped vanity has an undermount sink, while across the room, a small glass table is used as the base for a vessel sink. Multiple built-in shelves help to organize bathroom essentials.
This modern bathroom might be small but shows a lot of style. Vertical subway tiles line the shower and tub, with gray and white geometric floor tiles below. The single vanity features a marble countertop and glass bowl vessel sink.
The contemporary vanity in this urban master bathroom features dual vessel sinks and light wood cabinetry. A tile shower with recessed lighting and a glass door exudes a private, luxurious feel. The urban vibe is preserved with ductwork visible through mirrored partitions.
Glass tile laid vertically creates a striking floor-to-ceiling backsplash in this warm, contemporary bathroom. A streamlined floating vanity is paired with a wooden vessel sink and wall-mounted faucet.
A translucent glass countertop finished with LED lights fills this glamorous powder room with soft luminescence. A sleek floating vanity, white vessel sink and polished chrome fixtures balance this dramatic design element.