This coastal cottage bathroom brings the beach indoors with a soothing blue and cream color palette. Painted white cabinets are glazed for a vintage look and then topped with blue-green countertops. A mix of tiles, from the matte shellstone floors to the blue glass and sea pebble mosaics, bring beautiful texture to the space.
An easy transition from the HGTV Dream Home 2015 master bathroom to a private master patio gives the space an essence of elegance and exclusivity. “It is more than just a home,” explains interior designer Linda Woodrum. “It is this wonderful special experience that we all would like to have in our own homes.”
Enjoy your cabin days in style! This cozy cabin features country white wall paneling and cabinet doors in the bathroom and red toile fabric for the adjoining bedroom. The folding shutter window dressing and decorative plate wall art add charisma and charm to an already adorable palette.
In the renovation of this master bathroom, the space was made larger by taking over nearby closets and incorporating them into the floor plan. A glass-enclosed walk-in shower was a nod to the husband's more modern sensibilities.
In a guest bathroom, simple, ready-made elements create a classic design. Subway tiles have a sophisticated bevel; the marble countertop, basketweave tile and shower curb tie the space together. Beadboard pairs with cottage details on the sconce and medicine cabinet to make the space feel cozy.
A single vanity with Shaker-style doors and an undermount sink mix with a simple framed mirror and decorative tile floors in this cottage-inspired guest bathroom. Soft blue walls and an overall muted palette give the room a light, airy feel.
In the refurbished master bathroom, designers used painted wood paneling as a backsplash, then paired it with quartz countertops and warm wood cabinetry. Hexagonal floor tiles are a subtle layer of pattern.
When designer Tara Seawright’s clients bought an outdated waterside cottage, they turned to her for help modernizing the space on a tight budget. “By painting the floors a bright white and using strategic pops of color — like a colorful shower curtain — against a neutral background, we gave the home a more current look,” says the designer.
The inside of this bathroom door is finished with chalkboard paint, creating a rustic message board in this small bathroom. A freestanding tub, pedestal sink and oval mirror complete the cozy cottage feel of the space.