Honed natural tiles, white marble vessel sink, and a brushed nickel one-handle high arc bathroom faucet adorn this elegantly natural bathroom.
In this Jack & Jill bathroom, reflective glass tiles and bright green walls help the attic spa bath stand apart from an equally-colorful adjacent bedroom.
This not-too-tiny 115-square-foot bathroom seems even larger thanks to a cohesive look and spacious shower in place of the typical bath.
Blue concrete puzzle-piece floor tiles and a recycled-sweater rug add whimsy and green features to the girl's bedroom.
Indoors and outdoors truly blend on the first floor, where large glass doors fold open and offer a seamless transition from the pool room to the garden.
Light, fresh and natural, the bathroom takes advantage of plentiful sunlight and pleasing views.
Rather than painting the trim white or a lighter color than the walls, applying darker color to the trim creates crispness in the space.
If the mural design is abstract, the color you desire determines the look. If the design is from a landscape painting, cues come from the original artwork.
A cheerful place to refresh yourself, this bathroom utilizes a two-tone palette to feel clean and airy. The retro clawfoot tub is a stylish centerpiece.
The sofa in this room can't help but to be the center of attention - for its height, its silvery color, and its deep-buttoned upholstery.