In the bathroom, David and Kortney kept a neutral color palette to help the space's design mesh with the rest of the house. A tile floor, new vanity and elegant mirror give the space a modern, updated feel.
Modern hardware is a great aesthetic alternative to standard chrome and brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze and gives a bathroom a more traditional look and feel. Working on a budget? If you don’t want to purchase all the matching accessories and you have other brass items in your bathroom, such as an old light switch plate or cabinet knobs, you can always use a brass darkening solution to make all the hardware match.
This master bathroom was created with layers of lighting for a naturally bright look. Adding a separate space for the toilet without the inclusion of a door gives an open feel. With many custom aspects incorporated into the design, such as the fixed-glass blue-green panel and the custom niche created for additional storage, this master bathroom has the feeling of a classy spa.
A very minimal, modernist sensibile bathroom layout makes it easy to be used by at least two people at the same time. Custom white oak cabinetry pairs with quartz countertops for a clean, fresh look. All doors on the cabinetry are automated.
Designer Jennifer Duneier gives the bathroom a complete overhaul. Large square tiles are used to cover the walls, creating a clean, contemporary setting. Mother-of-pearl tiles border the top of the room to add a touch of sparkle.
With a window between the bedroom and bathroom, plenty of natural light is able to flow into the room and make the space brighter. The sleek modern cabinets and clean white countertop and wall color makes the small space look larger and very clean, while the backsplash around the tub helps to give the walls a bit of color. The cabinets give the space much needed storage, while the double vanities make getting ready in the morning much easier.