The powder room’s white pedestal sink has a deep V-shaped basin and a contemporary style. It’s paired with a mirror that has a linen white wood frame with a catalyzed conversion varnish that offers a durable moisture-resistant finish.
Eye-catching pedestal sinks and wall-mounted fixtures strike a contemporary note in one of the home's four bathrooms. Crisp white curtains and dark-stained paneling keep the tropical aesthetic in tact.
This bathroom gets more of a vintage feel with pedestal sinks and wood walls. It is tucked into the upper level of a farmhouse and was designed by Michelle Fries. She made up for the lost under-sink storage by using open shelving with baskets to hold supplies.
This minimalistic bathroom features light gray walls and white design accents, such as the pedestal sink and tiles positioned halfway up the wall. A gray tile accent strip trims the wall, while gray and white patterned tile covers the floor.
This bathroom was given a timeless update with classic black-and-white marble tile, dual pedestal sinks and neutral tile flooring. Valspar Jekyll Grand Dining Sea Mist paint freshens up the space and contributes to the room's tranquil, spa-like feel.
From the subway tiles to the squared-off pedestal sinks and high-gloss hardwood floors, the sleek details in this rustic farmhouse bathroom give it an elegant, polished look. The white palette offers a clean, fresh feeling and a great contrast to the dark wood molding.
This round sink opens up the space and makes it easy to maneuver the bathroom without getting poked by corners. To avoid a cramped feel, we passed on closed storage and installed a linear wall shelf above the sink to hold cotton swabs, lotions, and even flowers.