"Lighting is vital to any good design and it's definitely worth the splurge when it comes to your bathrooms. Whether it's a cozy powder bath for visiting guests or a large master suite where you prepare yourself for the day that lies ahead, lighting can dramatically enhance both mood and function. I love uniting the warm glow of natural light with the brilliance of sophisticated chandeliers, sconces and recessed lighting to ensure that a bathroom is ready to dazzle at any hour of the day," says designer Marie Flanigan.
This 2nd floor hall bath has a true before/after feature. An existing vanity was kept for the space but painted a bold salmon tone. A new sink and hardware were part of this economical makeover. By adding a fun affordable wallpaper and new light fixture, this bathroom took on new life.
Relaxation meets Second Empire style in this luxurious bathroom suite. Marble flooring leads to a large soaking tub, powder table and vanity topped with lighter-toned marble. The walk-in shower is well-lit by a beautiful chandelier.
The wood-encased mirror in this powder room reflects similar architectural elements from the room beyond, bringing unity and harmony to the clean-lined, modern space. Chrome fixtures are built into the mirror, making them virtually invisible and adding to the vanity's streamlined look. The countertop and basin sink are by Concreteworks.
Opulence is the key word in this marble-clad powder room. From the sleek vanity with mirrored doors, to the decorative and dramatic floor tiles, to the textured wallpaper and deep crown molding, no surface is left unadorned. Even the vessel sink and soap dispenser get in on the marble theme.