Contemporary Master Bath With Multipurpose Shelving
Sometimes, a storage unit can play more than one role in a space, as in this contemporary master bath designed by Alisha Hillary. “The towel caddy was installed between the vanity and the toilet primarily to stop the view straight to the toilet when walking into the bathroom,” says Hillary. “It also serves as a great spot to store hand towels or candles and other small decorative items. The small stone feature tile running up behind the caddy references back to the travertine on the floor.”
This jewel box of a bathroom sits adjacent to a swimming pool, so water inspired the palette and design. The white porcelain wall tiles feature a smooth, wave pattern. On the floating vanity, the blue glossy finish is a marine gel coat applied in many layers.
A cramped bathroom with lots of character, designer Clifford Scholz was able to create a sophisticated, coastal look with what little space he had. A shimmering chandelier and a stunning mural add decoration without taking up space.
This small white bathroom gets its distinction from unique touches, like its sage green trim, petite round mirror, wall-mounted shelf and industrial-style sconce light fixture. Throughout this modern farmhouse, white walls and painted moldings create crisp vignettes that are at once homey and chic.
Distressed wood tiles on the floor introduce a rustic warmth to this master bathroom. The floating vanity is a smart choice given the room's small size; it helps maintain a more spacious, airy feel. Flooring: Nemo Tile Via Emilia Natural White; Fixtures: Kohler; Tub: Duravit
Bright Country Bathroom With Book-Page Wall Decor & Skirted Sink
Careful attention to design ensured that this already-small bathroom would not feel closed in. Wine boxes add beautiful, warm color and create easy storage. A skirt for the sink provides extra storage underneath, and the pages of an old book are taped to the wall for inexpensive and effective decoration.