Design challenges for this bath included incorporating a lot of storage in a relatively small bathroom, removing a drop-ceiling and integrating good lighting without the benefit of a natural light source. Two large storage towers provide plenty of space for toiletries while double sconces and recessed lighting illuminates the room.
The master bathroom for him feels like a day at the spa. A gray and white marbled sink and walls are luxurious details that contribute to the spa-like feel. The shower features the same marble walls with a bench seat for added relaxation.
This 2nd floor hall bath has a true before/after feature. An existing vanity was kept for the space but painted a bold salmon tone. A new sink and hardware were part of this economical makeover. By adding a fun affordable wallpaper and new light fixture, this bathroom took on new life.
Blue and White Guest Bathroom With Coastal Touches
Designer Stefani Stein didn't have to look far to find inspiration for this beautiful bathroom; with white walls and a blue vanity, the space easily takes cues from the ocean. The tile floor even evokes thoughts of sea glass.
Stepping into the master bathroom reveals bright white walls and beautiful marble flooring. A floating vanity and a sleek, glass-enclosed shower complete the space and make it easy for the owners to get ready in the morning.
Floor-to-ceiling windows pour natural light into this contemporary bathroom. Matching vanities flank the window and are clad in marble countertops. Herringbone marble tiles ground the space and a crystal chandelier adds glamour overhead.