Taking a cue from spruce cuttings, the homeowner painted the cozy bathroom in a deep, rich green that creates a comforting cocoon – the perfect spot for sinking into a steaming hot bath after exploring the tundra.
Mint green tile walls pair with golden accessories for a chic, vintage look in one of the home's bathrooms. A traditional pedestal sink offers hidden storage for toiletries thanks to the skirted piece of fabric around it.
An elegant wrought iron gate leads to a long driveway up to a spectacular one-of-a-kind stone chateau built by European artisans. The home is four stories and features five bedrooms, including a master suite, and five bathrooms.
This 8-bedroom, 8-bathroom villa is a short distance from Porto Rotondo in Sardinia, Italy. Its large grounds are a mix of green lawns, lush vegetation and many outdoor areas from which to enjoy the amazingly scenic surroundings.
A deep mossy green wall color elevates the design of a private water closet in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 guest bathroom, outfitted with both an elongated, dual-flush toilet and an Art Deco-style horizontal spray bidet.
A powder room is another name for a small bathroom space with a suitable vanity, bathroom sink and mirror. It is a high traffic area where you can add a lot of style and leave your guests with a great first impression. A soft blue-green vanity, marble countertop and geometric tile accent wall, clearly states your design choices are unique and playful. If you want to try something new, you can try mixing two styles and make your own unique bathroom.
A small space between the hall bathroom and staircase marks the perfect spot for a wet bar that services the second floor family room. Floating shelves showcase framed photos and decorative accessories. Sage green walls and wooden accents give the space a country cottage look.
A gated driveway leads to an one-of-a-kind stone chateau built by European artisans in Senneville, Quebec. Opulence and comfort extends throughout the four levels, including a four-story tower that opens to the living room, a library, elaborate kitchen and bathroom with sauna.
Attached to the mudroom, this powder room is the main bathroom for guests. The walls are covered in the same beach-y shade of gray-green used in the mudroom, with a custom piece of art by David Bromstad that depicts a large silhouette of a fish.
In the master bathroom, designers used a modern cabinet to anchor this eclectic space. The straight lines create a clean, orderly space, and a modern, gray tile backsplash completes the design. A green and white patterned rug complements the eclectic master bedroom and ties the spaces together.
Ornamental tile surrounding the mirror adds a beautiful design detail to this southwestern bathroom. A brushed bronze faucet stands out against the light countertop and succulent-shaped candles add a refreshing pop of green.
With its focus on functionality and hardwearing materials, the bathroom can be one of the hardest spaces in the home for DIY design. Still, Tamara found a way to put her own stamp on this room over time. “I worked on our house myself over the last few years,” she remembers. “I DIYed open shelves in the bathroom. I also continued my painting venture in the shower, and stenciled the bathroom floors.” The result is a beautiful, spa-type feel from the floor up, accented by lots of bright, leafy green plants.
In the en suite of the eclectic master bedroom, designers chose a wall tile that added texture in the space. The brown tile on the walls in the shower and bath tub spaces has a sort of "underwater" feel, creating a softer space and a focal point for the bathroom. In the shower, brown and tan stained glass tile complement the bold wall choice, while a lime green patterned rug ties this master bathroom space into the master bedroom.
Brown mosaic tile serves as a springboard for this bathroom's casual-chic design sensibility, while twin mirrors visually widen the space. The guest bathroom, from the 2012 HGTV Green Home, has beautifully finished wood cabinets and floors to warm up the room and red accents add a bright pop of color against white walls. The signature tile is a frosted glass micro-block in a tortoise shell-inspired shade. The upper-floor space also features interior windows opening to the adjacent tairwell.
From the workspace to the eat-in kitchen, every inch of this eclectic condo serves a purpose. Notice, too, how designer Caitlin Murray used different colors -- peach for the living room, blue for the kitchen, green for the bathroom, etc. -- to both enliven and define the open floor plan.