This master bathroom was designed to take in the treetop views via bright, open windows. The knotty pine walls keep it feeling like a quaint cabin, while the updated wetstyle vanity and tub put a modern twist on the rustic aesthetic.
This single vanity bathroom includes a soft beige bench with candles and a decorative silver urn. Organic elements, such as the driftwood seen on the countertop, provide a pure, natural vibe throughout the space.
An undulating tile pattern in a range of soft blues and grays creates a strong focal point in this long, narrow bathroom. White cabinetry, white walls and a pale, modern countertop give the space a clean, fresh vibe that takes advantage of the room's natural light. A long, framed mirror is functional and stylish.
Bathroom Vanity With Neutral Countertop and Tile-Framed Mirror
A soothing mix of white and neutral color tones creates a lovely and light look in this transitional bathroom. A decorative tile frame around the mirror adds pattern to the space. The neutral countertop blends into a tile backsplash, and floral towels provide functional decoration.
White Modern Bathroom with Horizontal Beadboard and Mirrors
Turn beadboard on its side for a whole new bathroom look, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. The horizontal lines of the beadboard can make a small room appear wider than a traditional vertical design. You can also use mirrors in multiple spots, to increase the glamour and spacious feel of a bathroom.
A mix of rich textures and colors combine for an Old World-inspired bathroom. Distressed wood is used on the vanity, while a variety of tiles, from small mosaics to large neutral squares, creates a visually enticing space.
Covered in white subway tile, this contemporary bathroom looks sleek and bright. A single glass shower wall lets in natural light from the shower window to keep with the airy feel. Red tile shower flooring pops in the all-white space.
Mission-style cabinetry and a marble-tiled, glass-walled shower create a luxurious bathroom that is sleek, yet rustic, a perfect fit with this secluded Tudor home. The 6,700-square-foot main house is tucked into a private, gated enclave in California's Lake Arrowhead community.