The masculine look for this bathroom is determined with color and shapes. The geometric shapes in the vertical white glass accent stripe contrast with the smooth wave pattern of the large gray shower tiles.
The custom-built cabinet has a gray laminate front with textural interest. The counter top is composite quartz with a mosaic tile backsplash. The brushed nickel faucet and hardware are in sync with the wall mirror frame.
The vanity top is onyx which is softer than granite, but can be used in a guest bathroom. A custom tile mosaic frames the beveled mirror. The sculptural metal sconce adds a special lighting effect.
The client’s water-themed art collection spills over into the bathroom. The frosted glass vessel sink has a Brizo faucet with flowing curves. The vanity top is mossy green granite.
The simplicity of the custom-built cabinet style was inspired by the furniture in the adjoining bedroom. The warm brown stain for the cabinet was matched to the furniture to give the look of a planned master suite. The vanity top is marble. The gray porcelain floor tile has a marble curb and then continues up the walls of the shower. The shower floor is …
The new shower has a glass enclosure with barn-door style hardware. The beige porcelain tile shower walls have two accent bands of blue mosaic glass tile. The new vanity has a white quartz top with a rectangular undermount sink. The fluted coral motif mirror completes the coastal look.
A complete renovation of this small 1960’s bathroom includes a new vanity cabinet with a white quartz top, single handle faucet and specialty brushed nickel hardware accessories. Modern new light sconces flank a flat minimal wall mirror for a sleek look.
A wall of sea-green glass tile and tropical art added the color punch to this basic bathroom. Contemporary light sconces flank a decorative mirror. The teak shower bench and storage baskets add organic elements.
An indoor-outdoor connection is found in the natural elements of the design. The exterior door leads to the pool area so this doubles as a “cabana bath.” The stone-like porcelain floor tiles flow directly into the shower without stopping at a curb. The smooth pebble accent bands spill from the wall to the floor.
The neutral colors in this small bathroom allow for textured wallpaper with a large pattern without overwhelming the space. White quartz with faint gray veining to mimic marble is the vanity top. The beige porcelain tile has the natural look of stone for the shower walls.