From the traditional to the modern, take a look at how these bathrooms were designed with the utmost luxury, style and comfort in mind.
Aberdeen Double Vanity
Featured as the centerpiece in this bathroom is the Aberdeen Double Vanity. Its elegant and luxurious white European Carrara marble top is accentuated by neutral-colored cabinets and four drawers. A KOHLER Devonshire Faucet complements the vanity with an old-world design and brass construction.
Above the vanity, two Laurel Avenue Mirrors add a contemporary feel to the bathroom. For the floor, Merola Vintage Tile completes the traditional-meets-contemporary look with its low-sheen glaze and classical pattern that’s amplified by the bathroom’s white paneled walls.
Zuri Double Vanity
Sleek and modern, this bathroom features a glossy white Zuri Double Vanity with beautiful Vigo Chrome Faucets. Lining the vanity wall is Telaio Hexagonal Tile that uses dark grout to create a patterned, monochromatic contrast.
On the far wall sits the ultimate escape: a freestanding ANZZI Dover Bathtub with an ANZZI Sens Series-2 Faucet. Above it, a small inlet for plants, candles and accessories uses the same Telaio tile for a background. And, to complete this bathroom’s geometric aesthetic, Castle Rock Hexagon Floor Tile spills down the back wall to cover the entire floor.
Inside this small but sophisticated bathroom is a natural, wood grain-like Stancliff Vanity with a seamless drawer, double-door cabinet and matching mirror. It’s finished with an ultra-clean white top and features a Moen Voss Faucet in brushed nickel. The walls behind the vanity have an aged appearance that’s created with Ash Merola Tile. To provide warm lighting, Nexus Wall Sconces are used above the vanity.
On the floor, Mosaic Chevron Floor Tile creates a unique and beautiful pattern to pair with the bathroom’s simple style. For the final touch, Behr Marquee Silver City paint is used to brighten and visually expand the room with its neutral color tone.