Kitchen, dining and living areas breezily connect in this incredible cathedral-like great room. The soaring ceiling is broken up by the exposed wood beams and vertical lines of the pendant lights above the island.
The glass walls of this shower room, just off the master suite, allows the bather to enjoy the beautiful Mount Olympus views, just like the retractable window walls in the master bedroom accentuate the beauty of the surrounding mountains.
While guests head to the reception hall, Lauren and Cory enjoy an intimate moment in the corner of their church. Light cascades in through the stained glass windows and bathes the bride and groom in brilliant colors, making the day seem even more magical.
White walls and an elevated hardwood floor panel give this bathroom a clean and airy atmosphere. Frosted glass over the windows keeps the look light while making the space private. Glass walls surround the shower with built in storage cubby decorated with blue and gray tile. A white tub fits the Asian look for a stylish soaking option.
A defined hardwood floor leads to this bright, modern walk in shower. The white color keeps the space simple and timeless. Frosted glass windows let in natural light to combine with the recessed lighting. A large stainless steel shower head is mounted high on the wall for a large range of water fall.
If you’re decorating your counters with several similar color tones, it’s important to add interest with textures and size. This large coral piece and wooden bowl make a beautiful display, and the bowl is a great place for sponges, soaps and other spare toiletries for guests.
New carpentry details present a fresh, clean look. Glass panels play off of the existing glass block, establishing a contemporary feel. Stainless steel details and the Maya Romanoff wall covering echo the reflectivity of the glass, adding even more light.
Wood frame frosted glass windows compliment the rich wood base of the bathtub featuring paneling to add subtle texture and a decorative finish. Decorative tile lines the three wall-locked sides of the bathtub creating a splash border over the neutral walls.
A great way to balance your counter’s decor is to have similar or identical containers holding different items. Here, sponges and bath salts add a pretty, spa-like quality to the decor without overwhelming the visual space, and the silk flowers in the center add a soft, organic touch.
Orchids are one of the best plants for a bathroom if you have a window, because they love the humidity but need light, says Cindi MacPherson of the The Interior Partners. Add a touch of nature to your bathroom decor with an orchid like this one, and pull color from other parts of the room into your counter decor. This hammered gold tray mirrors the gold roman shade.
A large frosted glass window creates a bright and calm background for this modern asian vanity design. A rectangular mirror hangs above the floating vanity framed by a pair of pendant lights. Vases are the only countertop decoration leaving the space uncluttered.