Even if you can't afford to do a tile wall, a small band of tile above the countertop pulls together the hues of the vanity and countertops. If you have a vanity with drawers, you can decorate the countertop with items such as vintage-looking bottles in the free space that makeup and other bathroom essentials would otherwise occupy.
To make this Old World-inspired bathroom even more serene, designer Debra Campbell added a lower counter vanity for a cozy, fireside makeup area. Jerusalem stone countertops provide a sleek spot to get ready, while an arched window offers striking outside views. When not in use, the cushioned, bamboo stool can easily be stored underneath the vanity and out of sight.
This glass shower is centered in between his and her sides of the space. On either side of the shower, there is a makeup station and an armoire for an easy morning routine. Both sides of the glass shower are equipped with doors so that, no matter which side you are on, you can easily enter the shower.
Small details such as a magnifying makeup mirror and an additional medicine cabinet were incorporated on his and hers sides. The countertops were crema marfil with a beveled edge to match the beveled pencil liners which blends perfectly with the Diana Royale tiles. Embracing light and neutral tones, this bathroom shines out in all its glory.
This beautiful walk-in closet is custom-made with elegant Sycamore cabinets and luscious Calcutta marble countertops. In the center of the space, there is a Sycamore drawer tower topped with Calcutta marble, which adds storage to the space. Next to the window, a large makeup table overlooks the Boston Commons and takes advantage of the natural light that pours in from the outside.
Plenty of closets have islands, but this one has a built-in dressing table as well – just the thing for coordinating wardrobe and makeup. This generously sized closet features high hanging clothes racks that smoothly descend down within reach via convenient pulls. Built by Visbeen Architects, Inc. for both her and him, this master closet is nestled between the master bedroom and master bathroom, its design reflecting the contemporary style of the rest of the home.
To apply fairy princess makeup, begin with a pearly eye shadow. Then add pink blush on the cheeks. Next, apply self-adhesive glittering jewels on forehead like a princess' tiara, and then apply additional jewels under eyebrows, on cheekbones or anywhere you like. Tip: You can find self-adhesive jewels in the scrapbooking section of your local craft store. Make sure your child doesn't have any adhesive allergies before continuing with this step. Keeping away from the sensitive eye area, dab face lotion on the cheeks and surrounding the jewel tiara on forehead. Have model close her eyes then apply cosmetic glitter where lotion was applied. Paint lips with a sparkly pink lipstick or tinted lip-gloss. Finish the look with a fairy princess costume.