When remodeling this bathroom for a client, HGTV Design Star contestant Kellie Clements altered the cabinets in this traditional bathroom by taking out a row of drawers to allow for a makeup vanity and seating.
Designer Lori Rourk kept the bathroom simple with clean lines and basic materials such as linen shower curtains, white cabinets and marble countertops. The easy-going aesthetic helps create a sense of peace.
This newly remolded master bath achieves a 1920s look with the color palette TriplePoint Design Build selected for the design and special features they added to the room. For example, the beautifully patterned accent window seen behind a white storage cabinet brings a sense of vintage style to the space. A display of sunflowers is another interesting touch.
Consider pairing an antique with a color scheme that brings out its unique beauty. This straightforward vanity builds its look from an antique buffet that has be re-purposed for use in this transitional bathroom. The gray walls, large wooden mirror and simple accessories accent the design.
The homeowners wanted a simple, elegant master bathroom that was still functional, just like the rest of their newly redesigned home, so designers created a beautiful space with a neutral color palette. White, tile floors and complementary white walls flow throughout the space reflecting the natural light let into the space from the large windows above the tub. Gray accent tiles on the floor add color and warmth to the bright space, complementing the gray countertops that finish off each vanity. Two separate vanities give each of the couple their own space, keeping the new space functional and organized.
In a guest bathroom, simple, ready-made elements create a classic design. Subway tiles have a sophisticated bevel; the marble countertop, basketweave tile and shower curb tie the space together. Beadboard pairs with cottage details on the sconce and medicine cabinet to make the space feel cozy.
In the master bathroom, designers kept the design simple and quaint. To accomplish this, designers installed a half wall of wainscoting to complement the vanity cabinet, keeping the space light and bright. A gray and white tile floor adds a hint of luxury to the space, while the gray vanity countertop anchors it all.
In this updated bungalow in the heart of Austin, Texas, a relaxed bedroom features a simple metal-framed bed, open bookshelves, exposed wood ceilings and comfortable purple chairs. A rustic orange sliding door opens up to a simple, sleek bathroom.