This petite guest bathroom is high on style, with a playful mix of tile that defines different elements of the space. From the geometric black-and-white floor to the horizontal lines of the white-tile shower to the bold pop of yellow penny round on the backsplash, the combination is whimsical and fun.
Bold wallpaper turns this small bathroom into a vibrant and fun space that fits perfectly with the home's overall eclectic design. A wood vanity adds warmth to the space, while a wire mesh shelf provides clever storage. A vessel sink is sleek and modern.
The wet room creates a spa like feel to this master bath. Carrera Marble in varying sizes and formats create continuity and interest. The Bain Ultra tub and multiple showerheads add to the message of pure relaxation. The yellow barn door separates the bath from the bedroom. The color palette continues into the bedroom with yellow and white Grange Hermitage Clover Leaf Chests on either side of the upholstered A Rudin bed.
In this sleek and streamlined bathroom, color is used sparingly but strategically to mark the room as a kids’ space. The house, designed for a young family of seven, features bold architectural elements that emphasize its clean lines and modern aesthetic. In this bathroom, a white-lacquered vanity and frameless shower enclosure team with bold yellow flooring.
This master bath was completely recreated by designer Troy Beasley. The tub is the focal point with a soft oval shape that is reflected in the curved back wall. Colorful yellow tiles were applied to the tub face and all the way up the back wall for a vibrant, fresh look. Designer tip: Go bold with single color in small tiles for a huge impact.
The color palette continues from the master bath into the bedroom with yellow and white Grange Ermitage Clover Leaf Chests on either side of the upholstered A Rudin bed. An Antique Poudre vanity contrasts well with The Spectrum upholstered bench and makeup stool.
On the other side of the master bath, glass doors swing open to reveal a glorious, generously-sized shower. Yellow tile casts this corner in a golden glow, while three shower heads allow the owners to adjust the settings to their liking.
The bright yellow color of the bath linens and rug offers a bold accent in this modern bathroom. The horizontal veining of the Marmara White marble walls offers a modern look to the space which is complemented by minimal design elements like a sleek, black and white vanity and simple white vessel sinks.
Switching out the window treatments in your kitchen can be a super quick and easy way to change up your decor. Have a decoration you’ve always loved, but the color just didn't go with the rest of your kitchen? Find a window treatment that brings that color in, or try something in your same kitchen colors with a new pattern. In this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning kitchen, designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon installed a floral shade with grays and yellows to match the tile work and dishes already on display.
This cute country vanity features a copper bowl sink and distressed wood. The vanity blends with the natural wood of the wall which is accented next to the smooth mustard yellow paint of the adjoining wall. A lantern casts a unique light pattern and works perfectly for the country design.
Create an island with multiple levels and materials. This budget-friendly kitchen island mixes materials on its staggered surfaces in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner. Quartz, wood and stainless steel combine to make a stylish and functional island for the space.