Love the turquoise sink with the dark brown buffet. I will quote the text below. I don't like the wallpaper on account of not liking words on walls/ But a black-and-white toile or even a glam toile would work. "This antique buffet in rich, dark wood with detailed hardware has lots of drawers and doors for hiding bathroom bits and pieces. A turquoise enamel sink is embedded in the top, and its off-center positioning allowed the plumbing to be placed behind one door, ensuring that the drawers are still functional."
Asian-themed bathroom. Pretty.
This would look good in a 1950's bathroom where the lower half of the wall is all pink or blue tile with black bordering. It's busy enough to distract from the hard-to-work-with tile colors.
Nice powder room. Love the wallpaper.
Naples. Love the glass tile, countertop and chandelier.
A long tub with a view outside is on my dream list. No I like the marble, mirrors, and art, but would add color to the walls. How about a super light mint green. It offsets the painting and mirror frames nicely and warms up the marble and white.
Super awesome unexpected look in this Park Slope apt (I saved it also under Living Rooms- Contemporary and Kitchen Ideas.
Love the colors.
Sophisticated and classic.
Lovely for a powder room.
This graduated color is something to always consider when tiling the shower. It's artistic and arresting.
Shaker is nice in a bathroom because of its clean lines.