For a coastal touch, the designers layered the bathroom with seashells and coral accents. When paired with sconces wrapped in wood and sandy-hued vanities, these natural treasures help soften and soothe the space's more sleek, modern details.
This soft, neutral bathroom features an oceanside feel with its wide wood plank ivory walls and seashell-like vintage sconces. A wood trimmed wall-to-wall mirror above the single sink vanity gives the illusion of a larger room, while the vanity's cream-hued cabinetry and sand-colored countertop keeps the space light and bright.
A large picturesque window provides a beautiful view of Martha's Vineyard from the large soaker bathtub. A sleek floating double vanity features vessel sinks and wall-mounted faucets, while the tiled walk-in shower showcases a rainfall showerhead and porthole window.
A rustic wood-framed mirror and wood-look tile floors pair with soft, neutral walls and striking sea blue cabinets for a coastal look in this double vanity bathroom. Crisp white quartz countertops complete the beautiful design.
This single vanity bathroom features a glass enclosed shower decorated with brown mosaic tile and a neutral tile floor. Two large mirrors are positioned above the neutral vanity, showing off a glimpse of a teal accent wall.
The natural wood vanity fits neatly into an alcove in this master bathroom, the earth tones a handsome complement to the room's shiplap paneling. On the very bottom shelf, a row of baskets offer texture and extra storage.
Tiled walls in an oceanic blue hue, plus a mosaic border with a soothing wave pattern, give this powder room an elegant beach-inspired look. Designer Allison Rejeanne used luxurious marble cut into various mosaics to create a chic and sophisticated bathroom.
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.
For funky, chunky bathroom knobs, head to arts and craft supply stores. If you’re redoing a small space and just looking for a couple of knobs, you can find an affordable selection there, says Jennifer Foster with Eanes Foster Design. For her daughter’s bathroom, she found lightweight painted resin knobs that matched the Benjamin Moore Coastal Paradise paint on the walls. The wave series of paintings -- originals by Foster and her daughter -- were a way for mother and daughter to bond while decorating with cheap canvases.