For a husband who likes modern style and a wife who prefers rooms with a vintage farmhouse look, designers had to mix and match elements. In the master bathroom, patterned cement tiles are the main focal point, jazzing up the sweeter vibe of the shutter-front vanity.
Starburst tile ground this powder room and add style underfoot. Shiplap walls give the space a cottage feel, while a subtle gray vanity is clad in sophisticated white countertops. Copper and brass accents bring a metallic edge to the space.
The designers wanted a vintage quality for this guest bathroom and were inspired by old washstands. A sofa table became the perfect vanity, topped with marble corbels and a shelf. Smaller round mirrors and simple sconces next to the larger washstand helped balance the room's overall scale.
In the renovation of this master bathroom, the space was made larger by taking over nearby closets and incorporating them into the floor plan. A glass-enclosed walk-in shower was a nod to the husband's more modern sensibilities.
This small but powerfully styled powder room features fixtures, a cabinet and accessories with cottage influences. The dark wood of the vanity, mirror and floor create a simple but smart cohesiveness against the neutral wall color for a rich, beautiful room.
A claw-foot tub painted a deep terra cotta is the focal point in this mint green bathroom. White beadboard frames the tub, while colorful art and printed towels add pattern to the space. A handheld shower head allows for a deep clean while using the tub.
In the renovation of this master bathroom, designers relocated the two sinks to one wall and installed them in custom cabinetry to create more of a cozy, furniture feel. A new freestanding, soaking tub invites pampering.
To match the coastal feel of the rest of the home, a light blue double vanity is clad in clean white countertops. A large mirror with contemporary sconces reflects the space and helps to visually expand it.