As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: The notched profile and curves in the master bathroom's vanity top add dimension and give the piece a distinctive look. Sconces mounted to the mirror surface help maximize the space and provide well placed and direct illumination.
This bathroom features a white standalone tub, Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray walls, a Visual Comfort chandelier from Jacqueline Chandelier, a Carrara marble countertop, a gray porcelain tile floor from Crossville Bedrock, and an indoor-outdoor Samode rug from Dash and Albert.
The serene white palette of this master bathroom gets visual interest from its dynamic layers of texture: shiplap walls, white marble flooring, a mirrored bathtub. The only pop of color comes from the distressed wood vanity, a simple, cheery infusion.
A stalled water closet separates the toilet from the rest of the master bathroom in HGTV Dream Home 2015. The state-of-the-art toilet features a touch-free flush and built-in sensors for alerting the homeowner of tank leaks, a feature that is designed to save both water and money.
To give this powder room the same farmhouse aesthetic used in other rooms of this house, designers went with simple white paneled walls, pastel colors and concrete flooring with a traditional pattern. A skylight lets in lovely natural light.