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Photo By: Tessa Neustadt
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Bold Modern Bathroom With Turquoise Glass Tiles
Turquoise glass tiles cover the shower and backsplash in this bright modern bathroom. A simple white countertop covers the brown wooden single vanity, while a window in the shower adds a slash of natural light.
In this kids' bathroom, a skylight lets in plenty of natural light to brighten the space, while bold navy and green accent the space. The vanities are split here, making the space both functional and practical, allowing each child to have his own sink in the space, and wooden stools help the boys reach their sinks. Built-in shelves provide storage in the space, while an alligator shower curtain and zebra striped rug add personality and fun.
Eclectic Green Bathroom with Veined Stone and Tortoiseshell Mirror
Farrow & Ball’s Bancha, a midcentury-inspired olive green named for Japanese tea leaves, counterbalances the graphically-veined stone designer Jared Hughes chose for this guest bathroom’s floors, shower and vanity. “It wraps the room and creates such an environment that just flows beautifully from the bedroom,” he says. To add an antique element to the space and tone down the contemporary feel, Hughes chose a striking Dutch-faux-tortoiseshell-and-burlwood mirror.
Transitional Green Bathroom with Neutral Shower Tile
This bathroom's metallic teal-and-gold hexagonal wallpaper provides a bold accent to the neutral design choices showcased in the shower, including the taupe ceramic tile. A soft ottoman-like stool adds a natural touch and serves as a place to stash a towel while showering.
A shell pink mirror lends an edge of fun to this small, contemporary powder room. Throughout the house, pale earth tones and contemporary accessories and art showcase the homeowners' fun and playful personalities. The estate-size home rests on 30 acres beside a Connecticut lake.
In this hotel-inspired small bathroom, designer Luca Paganico created a striking focal point with a recycled glass tile backsplash. The mix of tiles pulls the room together, bringing out the colors of the walls and stone countertop.