This classic bathroom by
TreHus tries on a preppy look — its navy blue vanity adorned with gold accents resembles a blazer you might see at a yacht club. And the digitally printed porcelain tile floor has a beachy driftwood look.
Double vanities equipped with two sinks continue to entice couples who share bathrooms and people whose children share a bathroom. In this classic black-and-white bath by JDP Interiors,the pair of mirrors with matching sconces overhead enhances the pleasing symmetry.
Tip: Cut eucalyptus branches can bring some aromatherapy into a bathroom. Crush a leaf for a relaxing scent while bathing or showering, or take in its scent before going to bed.
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This bathroom by CM Natural Designs combines industrial-inspired elements like a black divided lite shower enclosure, subway tile and sconces with warmer touches like warm metal and rich wood accents. Elongated subway tile and crisp, clean lines refine the industrial inspiration. The elegant wood defines the bathtub area and the floating vanity allows the hexagonal tile floor to extend all the way to the wall.
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Classic black-and-white schemes have also been popular among Houzz users lately. But often today’s designers are adding a tone or two more to the mix. In this bathroom by Three Salt Design, the floor tile and vanity add pattern and shades of gray to the scheme. This room also demonstrates the continued popularity of clear frameless glass shower enclosures and the somewhat newish popular finish of matte black for faucets and hardware.
Too much white in a bathroom can make it feel too sterile. However, a good dose of wood warms it right up. Natural wood finishes on vanities work well with the veining patterns of natural stone and quartz.
When faced with designing a long, narrow bathroom, interior designer Andrea West just went with it. She used playful geometric tile that extends from the floor up the shower wall and onto the ceiling. And she managed to squeeze in a shower and freestanding bathtub by placing them both behind the clear glass shower enclosure.
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