A natural palette and simple design are the perfect details to create this country design. Natural wood frames the large mirror which is a beautiful and subtle contrast to the more polished cabinet wood. A white marble countertop, white marble tile flooring and white crown molding add light to the beige walls and wood details.
The best use of light and angles is implemented in this neutral attic bathroom by designer Robert Keijdan. A dark brown wood-framed mirror hangs over a freestanding antique white vanity, while a simple modern light fixture hangs above the mirror.
This master bathroom features all-over neutral tones, giving it a light and airy feel. The vanity boasts ivory slatted front cabinets paired with a sand-like countertop, while a wall-to-wall wood framed mirror gives the space a larger appearance. Matching brushed bronze sconces flank the mirror.
The vanity in the master bathroom consists of gray quartz countertops, an undermount sink, walnut cabinets and industrial fixtures. Above, a leather-wrapped, round mirror is not only functional but decorative as well.
The backsplash in this bathroom is the star of the show. Its circular white tiles are presented uniquely with black grout -- the contrast is striking, and dark grout doesn't show dirt and stains as readily as light.
This bathroom's friendly Mediterranean style gets a contemporary upgrade with the neon lighting on the round mirrors and metallic sheen of the tile backsplash. The light wood vanity and stone floor are a casual, practical choice that also keeps the room feeling light.
This bathroom suite features a spacious shower with glass walls and built in bench, and a simple vanity with an inset mirror and just enough counter and storage space. The multiple textures throughout the room all maintain a neutral color palette to contribute to the room's serene atmosphere while adding some diversity.
This custom-designed circular medicine cabinet measures in at 42 inches providing much-needed storage space. The mirror splits open to reveal shelving, its off-center position balancing out the sink's handles and the vanity's cabinetry down below.