A posh Paris hotel spa was the inspiration for this master bathroom. The furniture-style cabinets are a replication of French country cabinetry prevalent in the south of France during the 18th century. A stunning wall of candle niches offers pockets of glowing light and the therapeutic benefits of chromotherapy have been incorporated through lighting in the tub and shower areas. Piped-in music and a flat screen television mounted behind a tempered two-way mirror complete the experience.
This blue and white bathroom projects an understated yet elegant air by keeping its lines simple and its colors muted. The white subway tiles lining the lower half of the walls play nicely against the China blue and white toile wallpaper that features birds in flight. The dark wood vanity and gold-framed are focal points in the design.
This luxurious master bathroom features Turkish marble and furniture-style cabinets that are a replication of French country cabinetry prevalent in the south of France during the 18th century. A large bathtub completes the design, providing the ultimate spot for relaxation.
Symmetrical, light and lovely describe the accessories Pure Interiors Design added to this blue and white bathroom to complete the French Country theme. The dark wood vanity adds dimension and strength to the design, and the toile-patterned wallpaper is simply delectable.
Robin's egg blue walls and a walk-in shower outfitted with a rain shower head create a spa-like feel in this guest bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2012. Ceramic tile designed to look like natural stone offers both beauty and durability.
This photo of a Pure Interiors Design bathroom proves that dissimilar styles can form a unifying presence with an expert approach and hands-on treatment. The white subway tile that lines both the shower stall and half of the interior walls of the room makes a appealing connection with the ornamented blue and white toile wallpaper, as if nothing else would have been appropriate but this look.
Blue and white toile wallpaper in a pattern of birds in flight among intricate leaves and flowers projects a touch of Paris in this otherwise simply designed bathroom. Pure Interiors Design added a gold-framed mirror, brushed metal candle sconces and a glass vase of cut roses to further uplift the look.