This small, guest bathroom with access to the back patio serves as a sort of mudroom and cleaning station for the family's guests. The wood-look tile on the walls of the space give a nod to the patio just on the other side of this door, while the gray tile in the shower pan and the marble floors reflect the natural light let in by the door and make the space feel lighter and more open.
This narrow yet tall master bathroom is a classic, masculine retreat with simplistic design. The space features dark paneling and a floating vanity to shift focus to the room's architectural interest rather than on the space's lack of square footage.
“Innovative storage solutions were key to making the most of every room in this waterfront cottage,” says designer Elizabeth Swartz. “This included the use of some wonderful hardware, such as this Hafele pull-out unit in the master bath to organize even the smallest of spaces efficiently.”
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It, Hilary has designed a bathroom that makes the most of its space. The solid floor to ceiling color gives the room a more spacious look, while the dark cabinet and patterned tile on the floor and in the shower draw your eye and become focal pieces for the room.