This new bathroom design includes relocating the sink to the opposite wall, allowing ample counter space and storage for three users. Contest entry for National Kitchen and Bath Association People's Pick 2014.
This all-white master bathroom features a soothing coastal vibe and double vanity separated by a mirrored cabinet. Marble tile flooring provides elegance in the space and works perfectly with the clawfoot bathtub.
Coastal Transitional Bathroom With Beech Wood Vanity
The bathroom is adorned with limestone, a tumbled glass mosaic with the look and feel of beach glass and a complementary hand-crafted gray-blue ceramic tile. For the vanity and floating shelves, clear-coated beech provides a natural look and keeps the palette bright.
Coastal Single Vanity Bathroom With Brown Mosaic Tile Shower
This single vanity bathroom features a glass enclosed shower decorated with brown mosaic tile and a neutral tile floor. Two large mirrors are positioned above the neutral vanity, showing off a glimpse of a teal accent wall.
Elegance comes in the form of marble countertops in this coastal-inspired, double vanity bathroom. White cabinets provide lots of storage, clean lines and are fitted with nickel pulls that match the chrome porthole mirrors.
Blue Vanity Takes a Cue From the Sea in Coastal Bathroom
A rustic wood-framed mirror and wood-look tile floors pair with soft, neutral walls and striking sea blue cabinets for a coastal look in this double vanity bathroom. Crisp white quartz countertops complete the beautiful design.
The natural wood vanity fits neatly into an alcove in this master bathroom, the earth tones a handsome complement to the room's shiplap paneling. On the very bottom shelf, a row of baskets offer texture and extra storage.
To use a dark color in a space and maintain a light, airy feel overall, focus the shade in one main area, like the floor, ceiling or an accent wall. This bathroom pairs navy floor tiles with white walls and countertops and a blonde wood vanity.