Marble Sink in Transitional Double Vanity Bathroom
Pamela Harvey Interiors created an inviting, cool bathroom for two busy teenage girls. Here, a close-up of the gray marble sink and lovely orange flowers are perfect for this sophisticated girl's bathroom.
By bumping out the upper level drawers and reducing the footprint of the lower cabinets, designer Bruce Snell created more storage and room to stand in thisnarrow bathroom. Nickel finishes on the Art-Deco inspired cabinets adds a sleek look.
Transitional White Bathroom With Double Vanities & Marble Floor
White marble ties together several components in this spacious bathroom: countertops, floor and bathtub surround. The rich wood double vanities are sleek and unfussy, topped with frameless mirrors and recessed lighting for an updated, sleek look.
This transitional yellow bathroom has a matching double vanity with plenty of storage space. Touches of whimsy enter into the design via the floral fabric window shade and the chandelier, both reflected in the mirror.
HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother Team Jonathan decorated this tranquil transitional bathroom. The space features his-and-hers white vanities with mounted mirrors, light lavender walls, and gray tile flooring.
White Double Sink Vanity With Gray Marble Countertop
This bathroom remodel features a long white vanity with double sinks, extra cabinets and separate wall mirrors for simultaneous use. The space is essentially white — with two black wall stripes and a mosaic tile floor in black and white. The vanity's gray marble countertop coordinates with the color scheme.
Light cream tile is used on the top half of the wall, adding height to the space, while the lower half creates contrast with a soft brown tile. Neutral mosaic tile grounds the space, and the double vanity features distressed wood cabinets and speckled countertops. Gold mirrors add a touch of glam to the room.