White floor tile, white shiplap and white shower subway tile create a bright foundation for this country bathroom. A deep navy hue tops the wall for a bold accent color. A ruffled white shower curtain gives a feminine feel to the design. Stacked floating shelves hold the finishing touches for functional and appealing decor.
The best use of light and angles is implemented in this neutral attic bathroom by designer Robert Keijdan. A dark brown wood-framed mirror hangs over a freestanding antique white vanity, while a simple modern light fixture hangs above the mirror.
Gray wallpaper covers the top wall portion of this half bath to add shade and dimension to the design. The black floor pops against the bright white elements. The sink runs parallel with the toilet, and the countertop continues around the corner creating attached, built-in shelving.
A striped half curtain provides privacy while still letting natural light fill the bright, white bathroom. A built in double vanity features a mirrored design of marble countertop, wood-framed mirror and simple sconces. Connecting the vanities, a window seat creates a decorative space for blue pillows to add color to the design.
Matte black barn style sconces hang above polished nickel mirrors in this country bathroom with whitewashed wood walls. Simple, black granite serves as the countertop and backsplash. This is streamlined design at its finest.
In this small bathroom, neutral walls and light wood pieces -- like the mirror and vanity -- set a calming tone that guests are sure to enjoy. Meanwhile, to the right of the vessel sink, a collection of framed fishing tackles bring some country charm to the setting.
Wide plank paneling painted a soft white is a friendly, peaceful choice for this powder room. Add a round mirror hung from a nail and you've got country charm in the mix too! Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
This master bathroom is simple and serene, with a traditional vanity, cabinet, clawfoot tub and lightweight curtains. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the space with sunlight and make it look all the more inviting.