Transitional Bathroom Boasts Soft Gray & White Color Palette
A light gray and white color scheme creates a peaceful, spa-like vibe in this transitional bathroom. A beautiful white vanity features a large mirror with mounted sconces and plenty of drawer space to keep the counters clutter-free.
Modern Bathroom With Black and White Color Palette
Positioned beside a modern armchair, a black ladder-style towel rack both creates visual contrast and provides a space to hang fresh linens. Below, a round ottoman with an agate accent glitters in the bathroom light, making the room seem all the more splendid.
Once utilitarian, this master oasis now sparkles with luxury. A watery wood-inspired wall-covering steals the show while clean-lines and circles mix throughout the space in mirrors, hardware, and textile patterns. Ethereal embroidered linen draperies waterfalling a bay window, cuddling the seating nook, all perpetuate a balance of warm and cool, sophisticated and glam in a vividly monochromatic haven.
Modern Bathroom with Neutral Color Palette Creates
Elegant simplicity is the name of the game for this home, and in the master bathroom, this is achieved through a neutral color palette and a modern design. The double vanity is made from gray and white marble resting on wood cabinets. The floor is brown tile with a gray and white center. There is nothing extra in this design, which makes the space feel clean and unhindered, while still remaining elegant.
The gray-and-white color scheme of this bathroom creates a clean, spa-like atmosphere. The double vanity provides tons of storage, while the large mirror and mirrored cabinet doors reflect the room's soft light.
Kids' Bathroom With Classic Black-and-White Color Palette
Thanks to its classic black-and-white color palette, this kids' bathroom will easily grow with the little ones. A metallic mirror reflects the natural light, making the small space seem larger, while a floating sink with two faucets gives the kiddos plenty of room to brush their teeth before bedtime.
Stretch your design budget with discounted tile. Atlanta designer Karina Souki Bryant recommends finding a discontinued tile on sale. Often stores will only have a few boxes of discounted tile, but if you collect multiple boxes from more than one location, you can get the tile you need for a much lower price tag. Bryant suggests asking a store associate to check the supply at other store locations to make sure you’re making a good choice. The gray glass tile in Bryant’s contemporary bathroom, which was built by Imery Group, was on discount at a builder's supply store.
After: Gray and White Kids' Bathroom with Tub/Shower Combo
Now, the bathroom features classic white tile and modern grays, making it kid-friendly and contemporary. Balance out a bigger ticket item, such as installing new tile, by saving on your shower curtain. Instead of a fancy or custom curtain for this boys' bathroom makeover, Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster found one for less than $20 that looked like tire treads.