This small, guest bathroom with access to the back patio serves as a sort of mudroom and cleaning station for the family's guests. The wood-look tile on the walls of the space give a nod to the patio just on the other side of this door, while the gray tile in the shower pan and the marble floors reflect the natural light let in by the door and make the space feel lighter and more open.
Keeping with the home's white-marble color scheme, this guest bathroom features a marble-topped vanity and shower with a marble backsplash. Both stone slabs add subtle movement and visual interest to this small bathroom.
In the bathroom, the design in the space is still sleek and modern, but the use of textured materials, such as the textured tile and scored concrete add a bit of dimension and interest to the small bathroom space.
The pedestal sink and medicine cabinet are both original to this charming bathroom. The flooring was refinished in a dark walnut color. A new polished chrome faucet is paired with oil-rubbed bronze reproduction sconces.
With a pedestal sink, cabinet for linens and a stall shower all in the same spot, this bathroom really maximizes its small footprint. Patterned tile adds some interest to the floors, while still complementing -- rather than competing with -- the white subway tile backsplash.
The fish on the wallpaper in this bathroom give the space a lakeside feeling, while the wood paneling on the lower half of the wall add texture to the space. In this room, the position of sea and land have been inverted, with the fish above and the floral print below, giving the space a touch of whimsy.
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.
This turquoise mirror frame is a cheery thing to see first thing in the morning, waking up the bathroom's neutral palette. Navy blue accessories and cabinet pulls are a fun pairing with the bright color.