"HGTV Star" contestant Anne Rue designed a feminine and sophisticated bathroom with custom, handmade glass tile, a herringbone-patterned floor, a marble countertop with glass vessel sink and whimsical, ruffled draperies.
Wallpaper featuring schools of fish suit the crisp contemporary design of this kid's bathroom swimmingly. Classic white subway tile makes up the backsplash in the shower and the poplar floor is painted white.
As the floor tile approaches the glass enclosed shower, the use of navy and light blue tiles fades into dominantly yellow, gray and white tiling. A stainless steel drain is fixed within the tile for shower drainage.
Open floor space helps this large bathroom appear even more spacious. Archways outline nooks for the vanity and bathtub. A soft color palette gives the room a relaxing feel while abstract art canvases add a touch of bolder color and texture.
This petite powder room is filled with fun, whimsical elements, from the faux bois treatment on the walls and floors, to the porthole mirror, to the antique dresser-turned-vanity. Nautical-inspired sconces, along with the tight dimensions, work together to give this room the feel of a ship's compartment.
Mermaids would wave a happy tail at the scale-like backsplash of this pretty powder room. A large niche is the perfect place for a vase of succulents. The concrete countertop and industrial faucet are basic, stylish accompaniments that let the tiles get the spotlight.
This modern master bathroom features a white double vanity with under mount sinks and an orchid centerpiece, beautifully simple vanity lighting, and powder blue walls with a gray 3D floral print accent wall.
Designers wanted to stick with the nautical theme throughout the home's spaces, so designers chose a navy wallpaper with a sailboat pattern for the upper portion of the walls in the space. To help keep the space from being overwhelmed by the dark, navy color, white paneling was added to the bottom of the walls and carried through to the space's vanity. A wood countertop and white sink and warmth and continuity to the design while it is finished off with a light gray, penny round tile floor that adds a touch of flair.
This traditional powder room makes a bold statement with bright blue walls and an oversized peacock painting. Because this room has such tall ceilings it can handle the louder design elements. Lighting is a key component to success here as the larger-scaled room calls for a sparkly chandelier in addition to two wall sconces.
Though bathroom towel racks will probably never be replaced thanks to their drying prowess, towel hooks are currently giving them a run for their money. Hooks add a casual vibe to a bathroom that their stiff counterparts can’t match. The accordion style allows you to have multiple hooks with only a couple holes in the wall, which is a major win in my book.