Traditional millwork frames a bathroom that's a study in minimalism, with a frameless mirror and a floating vanity that fades into the walls. The monochromatic color scheme makes the two different styles work in harmony.
Clean, crisp lines and a neutral color palette create a guest bathroom with contemporary flair. The white vanity "floats" in the space and is surrounded by clean white subway tile. Frameless glass on the shower helps to open up the small space.
In this guest bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2013, two simple iron sconces illuminate the vanity top, clad in natural quartz. Nickel-plated knobs lend a touch of shimmer, and a bouquet of white cymbidium orchids with tacca leaves provide a subtle nod to island decor.
East meets West with this contemporary white vanity with its Asian-inspired accessories. The modern light fixtures and the shelf underneath the cabinetry add drama to the room. The pop of bronze and blue against gray and white is especially stunning and unexpected.
A shower curtain with a red-and white-pattern adds a pop of color in this neutral bathroom from the HGTV Smart Home 2013. A sleek white vanity and white-framed mirror create clean lines while brown subway tile defines a separate shower space in this small bathroom.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy reconfigured this small, dated bathroom with a spa-like design by using white and cream color tones and simple fixtures and materials for a successful makeover. The simple lines of the white vanity and gray marble countertop and floor create an airy, open feel that seems to enlarge the space exponentially.
Green graphic wallpaper provides harmonious contrast with the all-white color palette in this vintage bathroom. A white marble-topped vanity works in concert with hexagon mosaic floor tiles and beadboard to keep the room feeling airy and timeless.
The minimalistic decor works perfectly for this modern bathroom vanity. Smooth, streamlined finishes create a polished look, while the elevated wood countertop provides a color contrast to enhance the design. A white orchid adds a touch of beauty without crowding the vessel sink.
In a guest bathroom, simple, ready-made elements create a classic design. Subway tiles have a sophisticated bevel; the marble countertop, basketweave tile and shower curb tie the space together. Beadboard pairs with cottage details on the sconce and medicine cabinet to make the space feel cozy.