This cottage-style master bathroom, an addition that hugs the existing structure of this charming Jamestown, Rhode Island, bungalow, features soft blue walls, white wainscoting and built-in cabinets that flank the mirror. Lighting is installed directly on the mirror inside a built-in niche, adding to the room's cozy ambiance. Nautical-style light fixtures and beadboard paneling are among the many details that tie this room to its location and give it a breezy, coastal vibe.
The homeowners wanted a unique look throughout their homes, so designers delivered with touches of texture throughout the home, even in the master bathroom space. Textured concrete adds a fun flair to the space, while a teal tile floor brings color to the space. Finally, a wood vanity adds the finishing touch to this fun master bathroom.
Blue Neoclassical Master Bathroom With Mosaic Ceiling
This master bath is centered around a Roman tub with a mosaic surround with detailing, which echoes the mosaic half-dome ceiling overhead. Blue polished plastic walls are hand-stenciled in a French neoclassic design.
Turquoise Flower Petal Wallpaper in Contemporary Bathroom With Sleek White Vanity Sink and Sconce With Pom Pom Trim
Bright shades of turquoise and blue create a flower petal design on the wallpaper in this bathroom. A sleek white cabinet supports the built in sink below a mirror with wavy white trim. A white sconce is trimmed with a light blue pom poms for a fun finish.
Cool blue walls juxtapose against the warm terracotta floor tiles and rustic wood vanity and doors. Neutral tiles are used to create the walk-in shower, while an inset of blue tiles reflects the wall color.
A floor-to-ceiling window affords a view of the surrounding Martha's Vineyard property and can either be opened to enjoy a breeze off the ocean or covered with shades for extra privacy. Marble is used on the floor, backsplash and countertops to create a unified luxe effect in this master bathroom.
Soft Blue Bathroom With Mosaic Tile, Soaking Tub & Single Vanity
Mosaic tiles take a delightful twist when installed vertically instead of horizontally, which is more common. Tones of blues and neutral create a soothing, upscale feel in this transitional master bathroom. A Carrera marble countertop on the vanity adds additional richness and interest to the space.