This master bathroom brings to mind a Roman bath house. His-and-her alcoves are divided by square tapered columns, while green mosaic tile, candle sconces and a round mirror define each space. Wall-mounted faucets and plaster sinks complete the look.
Tilted polished nickel mirrors hang over above-mounted bathroom sinks. An oval back chair sits at the vanity, making it the perfect spot to paint nails, put on makeup or do hair. Pale pink walls and a backsplash give the bathroom a romantic, feminine feel.
Brown tile floors add warmth to this spacious master bathroom, found in HGTV Green Home 2011. Dark wood vanities and large blue-framed mirrors create two separate vanity areas, each dressed with a different floral arrangement.
Subtle touches of color and texture make this bathroom feel graceful and so appealing. The walls behind the mirror are pretty glass tiles in different shades of blue. The powder room shows off stripes in stone.
This new master bathroom was located where the old second floor kitchen was previously. Double vanities, bright wall sconces, and large mirrors create plenty of space for the family. Storage was created under the vanities, and near the toilet opposite the shower. Textured gray ceramic tiles and clean white walls create a bright and modern atmosphere. A wall mounted towel warmer adds convenience and comfort.
Taupe brown mirror frames are painted to coordinate with the double vanities in this traditional master bathroom. White walls and countertops, combined with natural light, provides a crisp environment for freshening up, while a vase filled with sprigs of white flowers adds a delightful touch.