This stunning vanity is a repurposed antique with a new marble top and backsplash, a striking centerpiece for this powder room. Subtle damask wallpaper conveys the classic, vintage impression throughout the room.
Small clusters of accessories stand out magnificently in an otherwise-monotone bathroom — or in any space! Try adding a colorful painting or a wood tray to a white or neutral room, and watch those elements shine.
Imagine a resort in the tropics: This bathroom would fit right in! Natural fiber wallpaper sets the stage for a room that brings the outdoors in. The single vanity's counter is spectacular, fashioned from a large, rough-hewn slab of marble. The vanity itself is spacious and echoes that tropical feel.
Carerra marble -- that rich, white and gray-veined stone -- takes center stage here, appearing in stunning and unique ways. A single slab of marble was used for the vanity and again for the bathtub surround for maximum impact.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: The notched profile and curves in the master bathroom's vanity top add dimension and give the piece a distinctive look. Sconces mounted to the mirror surface help maximize the space and provide well placed and direct illumination.
This elegant, white and gray accented bathroom features a marble vanity top, with crystal pulls and patterned tile flooring. A large soaking tub with gold-accented chandelier can be seen in the large modern mirror.
This bathroom, designed by Mark Williams, flaunts a pristine double vanity with granite counter top. Brick patterned white wall tiling maintains the bright atmosphere while adding textural complexity, and large windows flood the space with natural light, highlighting all details.
In small bathrooms, simplicity can be elegant. Atlanta designer Julie Montgomery used contemporary sconces and a curved vanity with marble top for her clients. “I love white walls, but if I wanted to make a dramatic yet affordable change, I'd paint the walls, trim and ceiling the same color,” she said.
Dark cabinets with a marble top stand out against stark white walls in this sophisticated master bath oasis. Given the lack of wall space, the dressing table mirror was suspended with chains over the window, creating privacy while still allowing natural light to filter in.