A tile border outlines the split wall in this beautiful traditional bathroom. White paneling provides a break between the neutral floor tile and the neutral wall paint given a marbled look from the elegant hanging chandelier. A copper faucet is echoed with metallic picture and mirror frames. The dark vanity adds a contrast to the bright, warm space.
White subway tile coats the shower interior finished with a ruffled white shower curtain. Outside the shower, white shiplap is topped with deep navy blue wall paint for a sharp split wall look. Stacked floating shelves hold towels and a decorative display to bring a personal touch to the design.
Light beige paint and white wall paneling create a soft background for the country wood furniture. White bed linens and curtains keep with the calm, neutral feel of the room while royal blue bed covers add a touch of accent color to the room.
The track lighting fixture shines on the glossy gray mosaic tile accent wall of this transitional bathroom. The dark structure of the vanity contrasts the white countertop and neutral split wall with half paint and half subway tile. A towel with dark yellow stripes and coordinating candle holder add soft color to the gray bathroom.
The front of this vacation home is truly eye-catching, with a split-level floor plan and two large overhangs. To soften the stone driveway and retaining walls, the landscape architects added plants to the exterior.
The light-washed ceilings and pale gray-aqua walls bounce the abundant daylight off the modern glazing. Concealed foam insulation in the floors and ceiling contribute to the home’s negative 22 HERS index.
Oval mirrors over white cabinets creates a side-by-side double vanity set up in this bathroom. A trio of sconces light the nook shape framing the vanities. The split wall features a textured white finish around the lower half giving a wave-like look to the room.
A pair of large vanities in the master bathroom offer storage, convenience and flow without sacrificing an inch of space. The homeowners knew they needed a double vanity to give them the function that their previous space lacked, but there also wasn't a wall in the space long enough to make this request feasible, so designers decided to install two separate vanities rather than one double vanity, eliminating wasted space while still getting the homeowners the master bathroom of their dreams.
Light gray walls and white furniture create a bright transitional design in this Chicago bathroom. A glass door cabinet splits the vanities creating total his and her space. Red rugs add a warm color accent in front of the large bathtub.
The split wall has lower white panelling surrounding this transitional sitting room. Three contemporary blue lanterns serve as tables in front of a traditional tan sofa. Blue pillows with stripe and chevron designs and a large blue painting continue the blue accents in the room.
Blue penny tile flooring brings a great texture to this contemporary blue and white bathroom. The split wall features white paneling at the bottom and a soft blue paint color on the top. Three mounted hooks are perfect towel storage next to the white, glass door cabinet.
This contemporary bathroom showcases a modern freestanding bathtub and faucet on a stunning gray and white herringbone flooring. The split wall is decorated with white subway tile and light blue paint. Black cabinets with white and gray marble countertops sit on either side of the large window.
Split walls with pastel yellow on top and white on the bottom set a bright backdrop for this coastal bedroom. A wicker bed frame and headboard are topped with a plush, striped comforter and a navy polka dot pillow for accent. Vibrant turquoise bedside tables add an extra pop of color and match the patterned curtain.
"The eclectic contrast of color, pattern, even the mix of modern and traditional, gives this apartment character, personality and soul," said HGTV Design Star judge Candice Olson. The split wall is painted with a light blue on top and a darker turquoise on bottom. The plush red, pillow-like coffee table is a unique piece that highlights the room's red accents. The brown and white area rug brings a larger floral pattern to the room of solids.
The green-striped accent wall in this kid-friendly transitional living room becomes the focal point of the small space. A panoramic sunset photograph from a trip to Cape Cod split across four frames on the wall ties in with the salmon-colored accents found in the pillows and throw.
Having split the spacious basement level bathroom, Georgia designer Beth Johnson created two separate spaces, each with a modern transitional style that is both family-friendly and welcoming to visitors of this lakehome. In both bathrooms, she chose more affordable and easy-to-maintain tile that looks like wood and gives the rooms a warm, rustic appearance. She moved the laundry area elsewhere in the basement.