Master Bathroom Vanity Features Handcrafted Lacquered Wood Vanity
The lacquered wood counters and sinks in this master bathroom -- an unexpected material application -- were custom fabricated by the homeowner. Bundles of rebar compose the vanity legs. The mirror was a ready-made mirror but embellished with an extra layer in order to frame it out and create more contrast against the tile.
Allover pattern makes a big splash in this jewel box of a powder room. Eclectic accessories with a Far East flair connect the space to other rooms in the home. A clean-lined vanity with an open base adds a contemporary touch and keeps the design from feeling heavy.
The counter in this eclectic powder room is a unique epoxy-coated finish topped off by a piece of natural granite. The floors are a rustic wood-like tile, both practical and perfect for the treehouse-theme of the home.
This powder bathroom doubles as the pool bathroom, with an exterior door to the deck and pool as well as a door into the home's living room. To match the treehouse theme used throughout the home's decor, the backsplash is made of wood pieces and the designers chose a glass leaf sink.
Eclectic Master Bath with Parquet Floors, Fireplace
Parquet flooring and a weighty freestanding tub create a master bathroom with high style and loads of character. Dark wainscoting gives dimension to the vanity area, while a standout fireplace creates a strong focal point beside the bath.
Small Bathroom With Barrel Vanity and Metal-Framed Mirror
This small bathroom makes a big impact with a floating vanity constructed from a barrel, a brilliant metal-framed mirror and Currey & Co. sconces that cast interesting shadows on the custom-finished walls. A navy and orange shower curtain adds a jolt of color to the room's earthy palette.
The simple brick floor juxtaposes against the luxury of the mosaic tile wall, foiled damask wall and bronze textured ceiling in this opulent bathroom. A bronze vessel sink sits on a floating stone vanity.
A common trick of the trade is to juxtapose modern shapes with more classic ones — which is what Dallas-based designer Elaine Williamson did when she chose these mod, Jonathan Adler fixtures to counterbalance the elegant sophistication of a bathroom's carrera marble countertops. The mirror works as a mix between the two styles — mod with sophisticated lines.
After a devastating fire that destroyed the client's home, some materials were retrieved from the embers and incorporated into this reconstructed half bath. Items salvaged from the ruins — travertine tile, wall sconces and a ceiling pendant — informed the inspiration for the new design in this powder room renaissance. A floating Mascarello granite countertop completes the space.