Retro Appeal

Wed 06 2010

A refinished claw foot tub sets the historical tone for the room and is complimented by hexagonal floor tiles and white subway tiles trimmed with an espresso and milk chocolate-colored mosaic border. A large arch-framed mirror flanked by quaint arched cabinets with glass doors softens the more angular components of the room. Accommodating the pitch transition of the wall tile and shower walls, as well as by creating a focal point angle through the positioning of the tub and ledge above.  Adrienne Dorig

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Substantial Elegance

Tue 06 2010

A striking piece of furniture was designed into the room for linen storage, and a generous vanity space for two easily accommodates both husband and wife. Heavy in detail, the lighting sets a relaxing mood, while rich, warm cherry and burl veneers are paired with natural stone floors to envelope the space in a cozy elegance and spacious luxurious bathroom. Sandra L. Steiner-Houck

Artful Asymmetry

Tue 06 2010

Two personalized vanity areas and a simplistic yet spacious tub, as well as a generous spa shower with countertops that pass through the glass walls, contribute to the uniquely contemporary design. Cabinets that hang suspended over the floor and asymmetric door and drawer panels in the wall storage cabinets collaborate in the artistic composition of this stunning contemporary bathroom. Elizabeth A. Rosensteel

Gray Serenity

Tue 06 2010

The minimalist contemporary style of this updated bathroom is conveyed through clean design and a palette of gray, stainless, and black. A well-composed lighting plan is essential in complementing the darker backdrop of the room, and this has been successfully achieved through a skylight, halogen fixtures, track lighting, and recessed LED fixtures. A spacious tiled shower completes this bathroom that boasts impactful functionality with soothing appeal. Barbara Murph

Art in Nature

Mon 06 2010

A wall-mounted toilet and floating cherry cabinets with teak tops and under-lighting allow an unobstructed flow to the sealed limestone flooring, which gives the appearance of walking into a cool pond. Water falls from a wall-mounted faucet into a honey onyx vessel sink, under a backlit mirror that creates depth and a soft glow on the walls. Tess Giuliani

Classic Design

Mon 06 2010

A heavier styled vanity complements classic marble to add masculinity to the space, while still allowing frequent overnight guests to feel welcome and comfortable in this sleek full bath. Matte black glass lines accent the dove gray veining in the marble floor, shower, and wainscot. Will surely remain timeless in its elegance and styl. Leslie Lamarre

Rounded shapes in the mirror and a thick floating countertop, coupled with a three-layered effect on the wall, provide ample focal points to an artfully pleasing space. Porcelain tile, glass mosaic, and a round backlit mirror create a stunning textured effect on the primary wall. Shimmering hues of steel gray, tan, and taupe offer complementing blends and contrasts in a powder room that aptly conveys the definition of art in design. Erica Westeroth