Solid surface materials like quartz aren’t just for countertops. Consider running it up the wall for a minimalist look that’s clean and easy to maintain. This non-porous material is ideal for bathrooms (and kitchens!) as it’s super-durable and stain resistant.
Custom blue leather walls lined with gold fabric become a canvas on which to display the large mosaic work 'Queen of Malaren' by Einar Forseth (here digitally reproduced, of course). The image's many colors shine beneath the 'petrified' sunflower light fixture, which in turn brightens this single vanity bathroom.
This bathroom has so many charming surprises. Number one: a window seat, flooded with sunlight and making the room a true, spa-like getaway. Two: a dressing table with a comfortable upholstered chair in palest blue.
A furniture-syle vanity is topped with a rustic, one-of-a-kind wood countertop in this cabin bathroom. Antique rubbed bronze fixtures keep with the rustic feel of the home, and a stone vessel sink adds an interesting touch.
Don't forget to incorporate plants and greenery in the bathroom. The asymmetrical nature of growing things (in design lingo this is called fractal) will help offset the bathroom's many right angles and straight lines.
This cheerful aqua bathroom reflects youth and vintage Hollywood glamor — perfect for a teen girl. The room manages to feel simultaneously fun and sophisticated, ensuring it can grow with the girl through later teenage years.
The perfect shade of Caribbean blue was a key to creating this clean and contemporary guest bathroom. Warm gray tile starts at the floor and continues onto the tub surround and wall in one clean sweep. Glass doors enclose the gray tiled shower, bath combination.
Being ardent Scuba Divers, the clients requested that their show stopping powder room be a true reflection of their marine expeditions! To create the illusion of flowing water, the designer installed a tile with an aquatic pattern, which when put together created the desired cascading effect. Anchoring this set-up is a dark-stained cherry slab panel door cabinet that hides the plumbing.
This relaxing bathroom retreat features a rectangular soaking tub, contemporary mirrors and modern lighting, paired with a traditional wall treatment around the bathtub and herringbone patterned hardwood floor. The dark blue cabinets under the double vanity works well with the brass, nickel and black mixed metals in the space.