A patchwork tile panel in the floor gives subtle intrigue and decoration to the smooth and classic look of the room. Green tones in the floor tile compliment the green countertop. Built in upper and lower wood cabinets add warmth to the room and ground the design. A white bathtub is highlighted in the natural sunlight from the above window.
The owners of this home love being outside, so they wanted to bring that love of nature and its beauty home with them. To make this happen, they have installed a bathroom with lots of natural features. The floor of the shower is crafted from decorative stones and is made to look like a natural stone river bed. The tile on the walls and the floor help to highlight the natural look of the space with complimentary colors. The final touch is the tub, which is tucked neatly below the window so that bathers can look out onto the scenery while still maintaining their privacy.
Rich brown Craftsman-style cabinets pair with soft green countertops to create a warm, inviting master bathroom. Large mirrors help to visually expand the room, as well as bounce light around the space.
Gorgeous dark tiles create a large walk-in shower in this Craftsman-style bathroom. The bathroom's tile flooring coordinates with the shower and helps ground the space. A black stone countertop on the wooden vanity and a black toilet give the room a masculine feel.
This master bathroom features a walnut double vanity built in the simple, functional lines hailed by the Arts and Crafts Movement, Subway tiled walls in a buttery yellow and floor tiles in a green-beige accentuate the Craftsman look. Period sconces on either side of the vanity mirrors tie the bathoom to the past.
The warm, low light and gray walls in this craftsman powder room create a relaxing feel. Tulip-shaped sconces are mounted above the wooden vanity highlighting the beautiful reflective colors of the mosaic vessel sink. A patterned rug adds more warm color tones atop the neutral marble flooring.
Blue penny tile flooring brings a great texture to this contemporary blue and white bathroom. The split wall features white paneling at the bottom and a soft blue paint color on the top. Three mounted hooks are perfect towel storage next to the white, glass door cabinet.
Red wallpaper and low, warm lighting gives this bathroom a sultry and dark glow. Green wall tile starts at the floor and frames the sink area creating a backsplash panel behind the textured copper vessel sink. The wood vanity base blends beautifully with the red tones of the room.
The clawfoot tub gets re-porcelained and updated with new tub hardware, and the brick floors are restored and given a poly coat. The custom vanity was made using an antique dresser that Home Town hosts Erin and Ben Naiper bought at auction.
Large earth-toned slate tiles are used on the floor, in the shower and on the vanity countertop to create a visual flow throughout this Craftsman bathroom. Simple sconces frame the mirror and window above rustic wood vanity.
Something that the homeowners lacked in their small bathroom was storage, so they had a vanity built that was both stylish and functional. The double sinks in this vanity make getting ready in the morning much easier, while the drawers and the shelf below the vanity give the homeowners a place to store towels and toiletries. The oak of the cabinets make the vanity a sturdy choice for the family while continuing the Craftsman design of the bathroom.