Before the makeover, this 1990s bathroom boasted yellow tile and a basic store-bought striped shower curtain. The rubber ducky yellow tile may have been perfect for a young child, but it wasn’t going to win any style awards.
In the upstairs bathroom, designers made a nod to the homeowners' son's love of music with the retro photograph of a cassette tape. They added even more personality to the space with modern fixtures and modular storage, creating the ultimate, eclectic bathroom space.
Create a fun and modern bathroom full of style! In keeping with the geometric theme the designer added the round mirror and sconces and the square shower head to compliment the floor. A simple white vanity highlights the floor and shower pattern tile. With just a few small changes the bathroom feels much larger in size and is a more efficient use of the space.
Seafoam green pairs with black, white and gold accents to create this fab tween girl's bathroom. Inspired by Kate Spade, the bathroom features a stylish black and white vanity with a smooth, white countertop and golden faucet. Seafoam green penny tiles cover the entire wall behind the vanity and carry over to the striped design of the shower.
A fun and modern kids bathroom with loads of style. The pattern geometric tile was fun and playful and is the perfect inspiration for the rest of the finishes. The floor tile is so unique and it adds some flair to the otherwise stark space. In keeping with the geometric theme we added the round mirror and sconces and the square shower head to compliment the floor. A simple vanity highlights the floor and shower pattern tile.
Lipstick Wallpaper Print, Brass Accents Add Girly Glam to Bathroom
For the sassy young lady, the Lip Service bathroom at the San Francisco Decorators Showcase 2015 is the perfect spot to prepare for the day or relax at the end of it. A cast iron tub is framed with brass wall paneling for a glam spot to soak, while Voutsa's Lips wallpaper adds feminine flair in a bold way.
This kid's bathroom also functions as the home's main bathroom, so the design needed to be playful but also tasteful. Gold fixtures and olive green floor tiles add just the right amount of sophistication. Inexpensive subway tiles, Ikea vanities and Kohler fittings kept the project budget friendly.
Lead architect Patrick Ahearn designed the kids’ bathroom across the hallway from the kids’ bedroom for privacy and convenience. Cheerful décor continues throughout the bathroom through duplicated patterns and colors.