In this guest bathroom in the HGTV Dream Home 2013, two simple iron sconces illuminate the vanity top, clad in natural quartz. Nickel-plated knobs lend a touch of shimmer, and a bouquet of white cymbidium orchids with tacca leaves provide a subtle nod to island decor.
Clean, classic and so very inviting describe this spa bathroom designed by TriplePoint Design Build. The wall and flooring feature a beige and cream swirled travertine tile that creates a unified presence, while the darker tub surround, checkerboard accent tile and chest of drawers give the room added warmth and dimension.
Created with the feel of a soothing spa, this spacious main bathroom contains a marble floor, soaking tub and large shower with glass doors. A bay window showcases the freestanding bathtub with adjustable wood shutters.
Symmetrical Master Bath With Soaking Tub, Window and Onyx Slab Floor
The stunning master bath’s story begins with its materials. “To achieve that quintessential Cali vibe, we used calm colorways and focused our attention on bringing nature into the design,” says Cydney Mitchell. The hand-crafted and hand-glazed terracotta tile from Morocco and the dramatic onyx slabs were inspired by the rocky cliffs and seas of earth tones of the California coast.”
That all sounds quite logical, but the execution was tricky. “The biggest factor in the symmetrical space is that we wanted to draw your eye to the beautiful iron window with a tub set in the center,” Mitchell explains. “We then added the four book-matched slabs, and from there felt it would only work if both sides were also consistently symmetrical, leaving no distractions for the eye. Funny enough, we explored close to 25 various layouts and revisions to the plans before we settled on the final design.”
This small bathroom makes up for space with lots of flair from the accented mirror, wall sconces and gold trimmed, marble single vanity. The space also features soft, neutral walls with gray painted wainscoting.
Elegant Bathroom With Exposed Beams and Custom Vanity
To complement the charming architectural character of this beamed-ceiling bath, Ryan Street and Associates created a pair of richly detailed custom vanities. Facing each other on opposite sides of the space, the vanities share a simple shape made luxurious with deep paneling on the doors and drawers and luxe marble countertops.
Neutral Transitional Bathroom With Double Freestanding Vanities
This light and bright bathroom features two white freestanding vanities, each with a square mirror and three-bulb light fixture overhead. Wide plank natural hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
Nestled in the corner of the basement, this bathroom used to be dark and dated. The entire space is brightened up with creamy wall paint, seagrass limestone countertops and pearly moss-colored shower subway tile.
Transitional Bathroom Looks Chic With Dark Wood Vanity
This neutral transitional bathroom exudes elegance with a gorgeous chandelier, matching candlestick sconces and dark wood cabinetry with sparkling crystal knobs. The spa tub with a wood base and another large vanity are visible in the reflection of the oversized mirror.
Counter-to-Ceiling Tile Focal Point in Powder Room
Turn your powder room vanity into a chic focal point by installing tile from the counter to the ceiling. This will instantly add architecture and also make the vanity area feel larger and more elaborate.
Mustard Yellow Mirror Pops in Transitional Powder Room
An elegant mustard yellow mirror adds an element of surprise — in both style and color — to this transitional powder room. Soft blue-gray walls provide a timeless backdrop, and clean lines update the space.
This bathroom features several eye-catching design features, but the mirror surround and vessel sink are standouts. The vanity has storage space for hiding away essentials, while beautiful pendant lights offer both mood and task lighting.