Photo By: Windermere Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Meghan Bob Photography
Photo By: WETAG Consulting, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Sean Jancski
Photo By: John Moery
Relaxing Guest Bathroom
This was originally a small guest bedroom that was swapped with the adjoining guest bathroom to create a new and more spacious guest bathroom. Soft, pale blue floral tiles cover the walls, a suspended Lumicor panel divides the shower area from the freestanding tub and a floating, custom concrete sink provides a beautiful sink vanity area. Crystal accented lighting, plumbing fixtures and knobs add a little sparkle to the space.
A small window lets light into the guest bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2014, while a natural-hued Roman shade stands at the ready should privacy be required. Warm grays and browns give the bathroom a clean, relaxing vibe, while metallic fixtures and bright artwork connect it with the adjacent guest room.
A chrome hand shower contributes to this guest bathroom's soothing, spa-like feel. The bathroom's amenities plus the combination of finishes and materials create a refined space that also feels relaxed and inviting.
Guest Bathroom With Warm Tones And Marble Accents
As one of four elegantly-designed bathrooms in this Paradiso duplex-penthouse, this one invites guests to relax in a large, walk-in shower covered in floor-to-ceiling marble tile. The brown tones give the space a warm vibe with floating vanity and a round, ornate mirror.
This pool house offers vacation vibes and welcoming spaces to relax just steps away from the main home. The house is light and airy with white tones and Pennsylvania bluestone flooring, and provides pool guests a kitchen, bathroom, living and dining space, and play area with backyard access.
In the home's original master bathroom, the skylight has started to leak and the look and design of the space had become outdated, so the homeowners decided to undertake a major renovation that would completely revitalize their space and give them the private, relaxing master suite of their dreams. In order to achieve this goal, designers closed off the door that previously allowed guests access to the space and removed the outdated features and finishes and replaced them with elegant modern ones, such as this walnut-double vanity. Designers then used the natural light from the windows and skylight to play off the neutral wall color, making the space the perfect oasis for the couple.