This lovely but rustic bathroom, featured on the HGTV seriesRun My Makeover, presents an old-world sensibility with its beadboard vanity cabinet, frosted glass panes and the shape and style of the vanity mirror. The light taupe and cream color scheme helps reinforce the bathroom's soft and relaxing feel.
This master bathroom features walls covered in Venetian plaster and a black and white toile shower curtain. Custom elements, like the medicine cabinet which was created from an old Venetian mirror, add personality to the room.
Brown is the featured color in this modern home that continues in this bathroom design by TriplePoint Design Build. The modern vanity and mirror is a perfect addition against the room's mottled-style brown walls to complete the room in style.
The tiles in this handsome bathroom are black and white, but the fact that on one wall they're laid out in a subtle chevron stripe, on another wall in horizontal lines and a bold pattern for the floor keeps the overall look anything but ordinary.
This traditional bathroom will surely wow your guests with a custom, faux-painted wall finish and hammered copper vessel sink. The use of grass and metal artwork further gives off a feeling of opulence. Designer tip: When designing small spaces, splurge on nicer items for the extra wow factor.
A connected double vanity features white cabinetry with black handles for a small but engaging contrast. Oval mirrors with mounted sconces above create a separation between the his and hers sinks. The monochromatic look leaves the space looking bright and open.
The living room features a mirrored oval end table trimmed in gold, the perfect metallic accent to the deep blue hue used throughout the space. The table provides just enough room for a dramatic gold lamp and a small glass hard liquor decanter with a matching pair of glasses.
It may be by far the most common kitchen island shape, but the rectangle isn’t your only option. Angled and even curved designs can work better in your space, like this stunning oval designed by Anthony Baratta. The oblong island, which mirrors the shape of the recessed ceiling, is a custom design built in English sycamore wood, with a Pyrolave countertop in a custom lime color and reverse-painted glass door panels.