This master bathroom is a study in contrasts: one side of the room features an expansive bank of black cabinets and drawers. The room's other half is clad in gray-and-white marble and dedicated to a curbless shower and freestanding tub.
Pink bathrooms were all the rage in the 50s, and it looks like designer Caitlin Murray is still digging the look! With a pink vanity and accent wall, pin-up girl print and black-and-white tile floors, this bathroom definitely feels like a throwback.
A French blue vanity is topped with leather style granite for a sharp contrast. Faucets and fixtures in black add a masculine accent while the matte black arm sconces echo the architectural design found throughout the space.
Black and White Master Bathroom With Graphic Floor
The floor brings the bold to the renovated master bathroom with a black-and-white graphic pattern. The original built-in tub was replaced with a freestanding one and glass encloses a luxe walk-in shower.
Is this even the same bathroom as before? With matching mirrors, marbled sinks and a double vanity, the space looks brand new and gives the owners all the storage they ever wanted! Palm leaf wallpaper adds energy to the room and inspires thoughts of travel.
Master Bathroom Boasts Chic Chandelier, Soaking Tub
Talk about an upgrade! After replacing the tub, TerraCotta Design Build installed a chic chandelier that brightens the space and generates visual interest. The designers also replaced the towel rack with floating shelves to give the owners even more storage.
Porcelain tile designed to look like whitewashed wood floors combines with the marble-style porcelain tile walls to create a neutral backdrop in this sleek master bathroom. Black fixtures and accents pop against the white backdrop while the calm blue vanity adds just the right amount of color and interest.
Studded Mirror Meets Midcentury Sconce in Eclectic Bathroom
Take another look at that midcentury sconce, and you might just notice a hand holding the light like a torch! With pieces like this hidden throughout the house, the owners and their guests will always have something new to admire.
In the master bedroom suite, the designer wanted to strike a balance between hip and serene. She used black, white and gray and mixed textiles for visual interest. In this bathroom, the star attraction is the geometric accent wall behind the tub.