A shell pink mirror lends an edge of fun to this small, contemporary powder room. Throughout the house, pale earth tones and contemporary accessories and art showcase the homeowners' fun and playful personalities. The estate-size home rests on 30 acres beside a Connecticut lake.
Bathroom is Made Bold By Green Geometric Tile, Floating Vanity
What was previously a pink-tiled bathroom with a mint-colored tub is completely transformed thanks to geometric green tile adorning the wall and a contrasting floating vanity. The layout was kept the same during the renovation, minimizing the number of expensive alterations needed for the space.
City views from the floor-to-ceiling window in this emerald green, West Village master bedroom. Contemporary patterns can be seen throughout this elegant, relaxing space, from the patterned floor rug to the framed art above the textured gray and orange bed.
An emerald green accent wall highlights this contemporary master bedroom with dark brown and orange tones tying back to the wall art and throw on the bed. Two high-gloss nightstands in black flank the bed with lamps that double as art.
This chic country kitchen has beautiful dark cabinetry that offsets the crisp white paneling and sea foam green walls. Modern meets Southern Victorian style with mismatched overhead lighting, a subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a marble countertop.
Mint Green Contemporary Bathroom with Pedestal Sinks
This contemporary bathroom features subtle mint green walls paired with white cabinetry, and a Carrara marble countertop and wall tiles. Small gray and white mosaic tiles add a wall accent that matches the shower tiling, while two pedestal sinks provide separate spaces ideal for bathroom sharing.
Creating welcoming warmth within the flowing spaces of open-layout floorplans is important—and sometimes difficult to achieve. Designer Brett Mickan turned to color to do the trick in this Sydney, Australia kitchen. “The deep green hue makes the walls recede so the pieces within the room stand out. And, because the room looks out through a series of large glass doors towards the garden, I used a deep green tone with a grey base to create a color connection to the garden and focus the view out the windows,” he says.