This soft blue master bathroom features a rectangular, freestanding bathtub positioned in front of two windows, allowing natural light to flood the space. Brushed nickel fixtures are used in the bathtub, while a metal storage shelf is positioned nearby, providing a spot for stowing towels.
A large white sink basin allows the water to trickle from the brushed nickel faucet without splashing everywhere. A matching brushed nickel towel holder is conveniently mounted beside the sink to keep the space clean.
This spacious master bathroom shower features three different types of natural stone, including a neutral pebble tile floor and large square wall tiles. Brushed nickel fixtures are featured throughout, while recessed lighting illuminates the space.
Changing out light fixtures in small spaces can make an enormous difference in how they look, feel and function. The key to a swift, successful lighting swap is choosing fixtures which will fit with existing junction boxes. For situations in which junction boxes require relocation, it's best to hire an electrician; however, keep in mind this will create somewhat of a mess due to patching holes with drywall mud and creating dust from sanding. This three-bulb nickel and acrylic fixture features a linen drum shade which diffuses the light, allowing the wall color to read more clearly.
A globe chandelier illuminates the parlor from above. The metal frame chandelier features a safe and durable acrylic globe that looks and feels like frosted glass dissected by a central band of polished nickel that adds eclectic modern style to the room.
A modern, polished nickel chandelier with white linen shades and articulated arms that hinge on swivel-detailed joints illuminates the space from above. The glam fixture creates a stunning focal point, helps tone down the bold blue walls and adds a dose of drama.