The art of Morocco accents this gold and silver bathroom mirror made of reworked metal and which presents artwork within its interior. The faint outline of palm trees that appear on royal blue walls is a dramatic touch.
With the aura of a Mediterranean spa, this bathroom features a tub centered beneath a skylight with an Old World-style light fixture for nighttime bathing. A marble wall partition provides the feeling of privacy without losing the open feeling of the room.
A geometric copper pedestal sink sits beneath a copper-framed oval mirror in this stunning powder room. The eye-catching flooring in this room is made of different-colored tiles laid in a mosaic pattern.
In this stunning bathroom, a jacuzzi tub is surrounded by round columns and inlaid stone floors. Shimmering mosaic tile surrounds a mirrored door, which helps to enlarge the already sprawling master bathroom.
HGTV fan Leanne Michael Interiors adds a Spanish influence to a bathroom with Saltillo tile and a hand-painted Talavera sink. Terra-cotta tile is one of the oldest tile materials and lasts a long time when well-made.
A stand-alone cabinetry piece gives this master bath a more formal, traditional look than the outdated “honey-oak” cabinetry that was previously in the space. With plenty of floor space to display something decorative, designer Rachel Kate selected a tile medallion for the area and designed coordinating borders in the shower and bath surround.
This spacious Mediterranean master bathroom from Debra Kay George Interiors features a frescoed recessed dome ceiling above a large tiled bath, along with an antique conversation seat and a large arched vanity mirror.
The faux treatment on this powder room's walls give it the look of a 17th-century French chateau. Simple techniques and unique accessories can give your half bath the royal treatment — even if you live in an apartment in Cleveland.
The bathroom is exactly what you’d expect from a home of this caliber: elegant marble and a huge glass-enclosed shower. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.