A color palette inspired by beachy hues gives this St. Louis master bath the feel of a seaside retreat. To match the rest of the home's early-1900s architecture, two wall-mount faucets in polished nickel and sconce lighting were added above a concrete trough sink.
A sleek backsplash, wall faucet and carved counter give this rustic bathroom a modern touch. A slanted area in the counter directs water to the silver "trough" below, giving a new spin on an old farm idea. An inexpensive closet mirror, framed with raw cedar, hangs horizontally and completes the rural theme.
A honed Carrara marble floor was the big splurge in this country-yet-glam bath. The homeowner saved money by updating a panel mirror with a stained wood frame. A modern vessel sink, reminiscent of an old wash basin, adds to the rustic, chic style.
A soda pop cooler becomes a colorful and creative sink. For unusual molding, this Minnesota homeowner applied yardsticks above corrugated steel wainscoting. To coordinate with the sink, she mixed red and green sticks.
An old farm table is repurposed as a double vanity in this spaciyus master bathroom. Two white glass-bowl sinks stand out against the rustic surface. A free-standing armoire and black window shutters add to the farmhouse-style appeal.
Weathered wood around the mirror contrasts with sleek, polished marble shower tiles in this contemporary bath. The overall effect is of a spa-like retreat.
A reproduction claw-foot tub preserves old-cottage style in this light-filled bathroom. White subway tile and lavender paint brighten the walls.
A four-tier slim shelf keeps bathroom essentials within easy reach, while a set of twin mirrors gives this bath symmetry. Pops of orchid purple, lime green and black bring sophisticated color to the all-white bath.
His-and-her porcelain washbasins with custom trestle-style wooden legs and wall-mounted faucets look contemporary, yet casual, in a clean-white bathroom. Bright towels (stored cleverly in baskets under the sinks), artwork and a vase of flowers add pops of cheerful color.
Bring natural light to your vanity area with windows on either side. Earth-tone touches, such as vintage rattan and dark wood, warm this white bathroom.
Purple walls, a geometric rug and an African basket give this master bath an exotic flavor and pair nicely with the coffee-color cabinets and contrasting white sinks and countertop.
White cabinetry and modern hardware offer a crisp, clean look. A sleek faucet adds more style to the square vessel on a new granite countertop.
Natural color oak, neutral limestone and a white tub keep the palette of this bath light and bright. Windows let in plenty of light but are also placed for privacy.
A concrete countertop dresses up basic white-painted cabinetry and looks great with brushed-nickel fixtures and accessories. Black-and-white photography, opposite the mirror, is easy art. Bargain white fabric makes pretty drapes.
Dark wood cabinets (with a convenient cutout for towels) and caramel walls give this guest bath a cozy feel. Mosaic glass tiles pull from the rich colors for a cohesive scheme.
A life-size mural of aspen trees in winter turns this bathroom into a relaxing outdoorlike oasis. Soft green paint matches the leaves in the paper. Two tones of wood accents help warm the space.
A bright rug and striped shower curtain liven the wood paneling in this rustic retreat bathroom. Inexpensive hooks from a hardware store are great for holding multiple wet towels (in colors to match the decor).
An enamel-white mirror on a mirrored wall brings unexpected elegance to a bathroom vanity. Another unique feature: a backlit, translucent counter, which perfectly illuminates a gorgeous glass sink.
A custom-cut quartzite countertop and an artisan-made sink bowl and accent tiles give this powder room Arts and Crafts style.
Dark woods and taupes warm this traditional-style master bath. Floating a stock drawer unit between a pair of vanities creates a custom, furniture-style look and offers extra counter space. Framing the mirrors adds a simple but impactful touch.
White trim pieces add architectural interest to a traditional-style bathroom, especially when mixed with wall-tile treatments and built-in bath shelves (between wall studs). Basic ceramic tiles cover large areas of the walls, while pricier mosaic glass tiles appear as accents inside shelves.
Shimmering glass tile covers a sparkling surround to a low, jetted tub. A series of green-leaf prints and a window waterfall enhance the relaxing bath.
Create a two-tone effect by contrasting the color of the frame and doors or drawers of a vanity. Green paint enlivens this rustic cedar vanity and matching mirror in a log-cabin-inspired bathroom.
Calming chocolate-brown walls contrast with white cabinetry, trim and floor tile to create architectural interest in this soothing master bathroom. A white-painted freestanding cabinet, rescued from a flea market, offers extra storage for towels and bath essentials. A grouping of antique mirrors on the wall brings a touch of elegance.
It's like bathing outside--but in private! Setting the soaking tub in front of the windows provides an extensive view of nature. Cafe curtains maintain privacy.
Green, dried magnolia-leaf wallpaper gives this bathroom for two an earthy look. The sinks are ecofriendly, made of concrete and an aggregate of recycled toilet porcelain.
Watery blues on the walls and countertop mix with classic white to create a lake-inspired color scheme in this vacation home master bath. A raised tub offers lake views to bathers. A porthole window is the finishing touch.
A walk-in shower is the focal point of this bathroom. Though the black-and-white scheme gives it a masculine tone, beaded board, fluffy towels and the sweet etagere balance the look.
An antique claw-foot tub sits in a dormer in a new bathroom carved out of attic space.
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