I am currently working on the design of a master bath for a client. We are taking what was originally a sun porch off a bedroom and making it into a bathroom. The area isn't particularly large so thoughtful space planning is a priority.
After finalizing the layout I am now in the process of selecting fixtures, faucets, tile, cabinets, counters, mirrors, hardware and paint color.
The style of the room will clean, somewhat contemporary while keeping in mind the bungalow features of the house.
I will post as we go through the process leading to the big reveal.
In the meantime I have gathered a few photos for inspiration.
I love the mix of the white painted pieces with the chrome fixtures and the silver framed mirrors. The storage baskets add a nice bit of texture.
The soft curve of the window balances the rounded edges of the tub creating a peaceful setting.
I love the way color and pattern are used here. Repeating the floor pattern as a wall border and using black as the counter color is perfect.
Serene, calm, peaceful, so beautiful.
Using the same tile on all surfaces creates continuity and gives this bath a look that is both bold and calming.
The Dorothy Draper style in this bathroom is sophisticated and colorful. A nice contrast to the neutral baths.
I like the space planning in this room. Floating the vanity and mirror in front of the window wall adds a whole new dimension.
In some bathrooms the pattern, color and texture of the tile is the main style element. It certainly works here.
This traditional bathroom is well balanced by the strong floor tile pattern, the French cabinet used as a vanity, vintage style fixtures and architectural detail. A stunning design.
Clean lines are enhanced by a curved mirror and strong wall color.
Tiled surfaces are practical and well as a great design statement.
I'll keep you posted on the progress of the bathroom project.
photos from Homes&Gardens, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Walker Zanger Tile and Ann Sacks Tile
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