Though it may not look like it, Gregg's home is a DIY paradise filled with the designer's beautiful needlepoint and craft projects like this impact-making chandelier she made for her hot pink guest bathroom.
An arched, frosted glass window with ornate detail not only is a beautiful addition to the master bath, but allows light to filter through the space without hindering privacy. Thick, floating glass shelves display gorgeous pieces of glass art, and a colorful string chandelier with strands of glass dangles from above.
Multicolored Double Vanity Bathroom With Black Sconces
A floating wood vanity, simple mirrors and black sconces are smart matches with this bathroom's colorful walls and floor. They're crisp and elegant and don't compete with the bright colors and pattern.
Pops of bright color add whimsy to this girl's bathroom and make it feel fresh and young. The designer mixes graphic concrete floor tiles with a budget-friendly white subway tile backsplash. Custom cabinets provide ample storage. Floor tiles: Popham Design
Art and color go a long way in bringing personality into a room. This bathroom is pretty in pastels; intriguingly, the tiles fade into hardwood floors. The walls are brightened up by a stylish grand dame with a hot pink headdress.
Eclectic Colorful Powder Room With Book Cover Wallpaper
Quirky, colorful book cover wallpaper makes a major statement in this small bathroom. Simple decor, like thin brass wall sconces, a wooden mirror and white marble vanity, balance the bold paperback pattern.
For a bathroom look that's as soothing as it is beautiful, these pastel tiles are a dream. Shades from pink to green are such a pretty pairing with the wood vanity; brass sconces bring in a touch of warmth.
Mixed colors, materials and shapes provide the unique flavor of this Mediterranean-inspired powder bathroom. Carved out of a niche under the staircase in a 1920's Dallas home, the art deco mirror gives tribute to the home's heritage, while fresh surfaces modernize the space.
A great paint color completely transforms a room. Designer Erica Islas uses a tangerine hue to complement the dark blue tiles of this Spanish-inspired bathroom. Try Olympics's Honey Toast to achieve a similar look.
This girls bathroom has a colorful floral wallpaper that gives this space a lively feel. The bright blue patterned window treatments, upholstered stool cushion and the white cabinets round out the room.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines completely transformed the bathroom by removing all of the old and tile and wall panels. The walls were painted light yellow with white beaded board wainscoting. Two ornate wooden mirrors hang above his and her's vessel sinks installed on top of an old painted dresser. New tile floors in a traditional pattern adds to the character of the room and a subway tile bathtub and shower were installed.