The clean, neutral color palette in the small guest bathroom reflects the natural light from the large window to the rear of the space. This gives the illusion of a larger room. To finish off the space, designers added a gray mirror for a bit of subtle contrast and black sconces add a touch of industrial flair.
Natural light streams into this small bathroom via a high window helping to visually expand the space along with a large vanity mirror. The crisp white vanity is capped in quartz and offers plenty of hidden storage.
In the guest bedroom, designers chose to accentuate the room's unique shape by lining furniture up along the length of the space. Then, to make the room feel larger, they brought in simple furniture and decor, keeping with a neutral color palette to accentuate the tall ceilings and take advantage of the natural light let in through the windows.
This guest bathroom is given a modern touch with the slate gray walls, streamlined sink and modern light fixtures. The natural wood mirror brings in a splash of the rustic design, striking the balance that the couple was looking for. The dark walls will help keep stains and dirt at bay in this guest bathroom, while maintaining a stylish look for the guests.
In the bathroom, David and Kortney kept a neutral color palette to help the space's design mesh with the rest of the house. A tile floor, new vanity and elegant mirror give the space a modern, updated feel.
Mix paint and tile. Take time to consider your paint choice and try it out on a sample board before putting it on all of the walls. This is a simple way to save time and money when redecorating a bathroom. “Make sure you like the color throughout the day,” says California designer Cindy Garten of Unique Techniques. “It will help you decide what color is best because of the different light throughout the day. Try it with the window open and closed. You may not like it. It ends up saving a lot of work and money, because all you end up doing is getting another sample board.” This bathroom was a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner.