This white vessel sink found in one of the three bathrooms in this large scale Atlanta flat, showcases meticulous design like in the pattern on the tile, the cross handle faucets and details on the mirror.
This custom-designed circular medicine cabinet measures in at 42 inches providing much-needed storage space. The mirror splits open to reveal shelving, its off-center position balancing out the sink's handles and the vanity's cabinetry down below.
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.
This master bathroom features a double sink vanity with dark brown wooden cabinets and neutral granite countertops. A convenient storage tower sits between the three-light fixtures and round mirrors that are positioned above each sink, while neutral floor tiles complete the look of the space.
Small, special design elements make a house into a home. This rustic stone sink near a garden is built in an asymmetrical manner, making it look like an element from a centuries-old structure. The round window is unique and cheery.
The walk-in shower in this transitional bathroom features a glass enclosure and beautiful gray subway tile. A single white vanity with a round vessel sink, wall-mounted faucet and framed prints complete the tranquil design.
The powder room’s sink features a round basin with a subtly textured shagreen design with a muddy green finish for a serious style statement. A marbleized soap dispenser and small glass vases with fresh cuttings on each side of the sink decorate the uncluttered top of the vanity.