White subway-tiled walls serve as a crisp, clean backdrop in this transitional bathroom. Floating wood shelves provide open storage, while an eye-catching triangle wall cutout houses a plant that adds color to the neutral space.
Butterflies and birds take flight in this powder room, helping the small space feel full of interest and energy. Notice, too, how the designers used candles and striped towels to bring out the pink blooms of the wallpaper.
Master Bathroom With Matching Vanities and Walk-In Closet
This master bathroom features large matching vanities in light brown wood with stone countertops and modern stainless steel faucets. The vanities, which both feature a large mirror, flank the door to a large walk-in closet.
A floral-clustered pendant light and floral print rug add femininity to this sophisticated bathroom design. Gray and white marble extends from the floor to the walls behind the soaking tub to complete the luxurious look.
Modern Traditional Mirrored Bathroom With Marble Countertop
Mirrored walls, drawers and cabinets make this narrow bathroom look spacious and bright. Classic nickel wall sconces and marble accents add a traditional element while the sleek faucets and mirrored freestanding tub bring a modern edge to the space.
This soft but interesting powder room, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, departs a bit from the home's gray and blue color palette with a pinkish tan wallpaper etched vertically with gray vines. It coordinates beautifully with the gray marble vanity countertop and dark brown wood cabinetry, for yet another nod to coastal living.
Cool blue walls juxtapose against the warm terracotta floor tiles and rustic wood vanity and doors. Neutral tiles are used to create the walk-in shower, while an inset of blue tiles reflects the wall color.
When they need to freshen up, guests can make use of this lovely, white-and-blue shower. Notice how the white backsplash has a soft pattern to give the space a little energy, while pebble-tile floors continue the coastal theme.
Calacatta marble enrobes this glass-enclosed shower, to showstopping effect. The built-in seat has a dual function: Not only does it provide a perch for grooming or relaxing, but it also shields bathers from the sink area.
This bathroom eschews traditional wood vanities in favor of modern simplicity: think a soaking tub and a shower with sleek glass walls. At the same time, a tile backsplash adds just a hint of character and charm.