Simple, Traditional Neutral Bathroom With White Marble Countertops
A neutral color palette in this traditional bathroom keeps the space feeling streamlined and simple. White marble counters enhance the luxurious feeling of the space while a double vanity sink increases functionality.
Bathroom With Basketweave Marble Tile Floors and Concrete Countertops
Black-and-white marble tile floors, silver-blue walls and charcoal gray concrete counters add trendy charm to this 1940s bathroom. A beveled mirror and wall sconces add glamour above the white vanity and vessel sink.
Classic Bathroom with Neutral Granite Countertops and Red Tray
If the countertops are in good condition and a neutral color, a simple bright tray can really jazz things up. Designer Jennifer Foster redid this 1990s builder bathroom for a client who did not want childish decor that her two sons would soon outgrow. The red metal tray fits with the primary colors in the pictures of Matchbox cars hanging on nearby walls, which Foster’s husband photographed specifically for the space.
Transitional Spa-like Bathroom with Marble Countertops and Tile Floors
Look for affordable alternatives to luxe materials. River white granite is one of the most reasonable and durable substitutions for white marble, says Jenn Ryan, owner of Jenn Ryan Designs, an Atlanta custom design build firm.
Traditional Bathroom With Marble Countertop and Decorative Red Accents
A corner vanity leaves the majority of floor space open in this traditional, neutral bathroom. A marble countertop and a decoratively framed mirror are simple but effective textural additions. A bright red orchid and hand towel bring a pop of color to the neutral palette.
Traditional Guest Bathroom with White Paneling and Marble Tile and Countertops
This traditional guest bathroom features white wall paneling and an inset flanking mirror. The room also has touches of gray in the marble tile flooring, countertops and brushed nickel fixtures that mirror the wall color.