This attractive modern master bathroom features a black floating vanity with rectangular vessel sink, a modern tub with mosaic tile surround, and large windows offering a great view of Phoenix outside.
The last step in crafting this bath caddy is to hang the finished piece in your bathroom or guest bathroom. Be sure to fill it with a variety of bath and body lotions, now only at an arm's length away from the tub or shower.
Metallic finishes create a lavish atmosphere in this single-vanity bathroom. The marble shower backsplash carries over to the countertop to create a coordinated look. A silver shower curtain and gold mirror top off the art deco aesthetic.
Designer Elizabeth Swartz used a custom-designed furniture piece as a vanity for this petite powder room. Using a vessel sink means the drawers underneath remain spacious enough to store soaps, guest towels and extra rolls of toilet paper.
A small countertop in a guest bathroom is an opportunity to use remnant pieces, achieving high style with huge savings. Austin Lineberry, owner of New River Building Co., did just that to save money per square foot on this granite counter. The gorgeous gray tile complements the counter and looks more expensive than it was, because it was stock glass tile from a home improvement store.
This bathroom, once an drab, outdated space, received a makeover on HGTV's Buying and Selling. To save money, Jonathan Scott updated the existing vanity with soft gray paint, installed new granite countertops and replaced the '80s-style sinks with new recessed sinks. With new stylish artwork on the wall, this bathroom is now a selling point instead of a problem room.