That Inspire

For this master bathroom, the tile is the standout feature, so the colors were kept neutral to prevent the tile patterns from feeling overwhelming. Walnut was chosen for the vanities to bring warmth and texture to the mostly white space.

The vanities were designed to resemble furniture, with the legs allowing the tile to be visible all the way to the baseboard. This feature, along with the open shelf for towel storage, prevents the large vanities from feeling too heavy in the room.

Mixing metals is always a good idea, and in this case, bright polished nickel was used for the plumbing fixtures for a classic feel, and warm brushed brass was used for the sconces and mirrors to tie in with the golden color in the floor tiles.

Wallpaper and bathrooms were meant to be together, and the design of this powder bath was driven by the beautiful, Rorschach-like wallpaper.

The vanity color was carefully selected to highlight one of the shades of green in the paper, and the crackled glass cabinet hardware and tapered vanity legs add subtle interest to the custom designed piece.

The acrylic and brass mirror ties in with the faucet finish, while the faceted glass and brass light fixture casts a beautiful pattern on the walls when illuminated.

Although neutral in color, this guest bathroom is kept interesting by mixing metals, incorporating a variety of textures and with the use of the patterned floor tile.

The cool toned matte black fixtures are contrasted by the warm brass in the ceiling light fixture, cabinet pulls and sconces. The ceiling light is understated, yet draws your attention with the beautiful, geometric milk glass shade. The shape of the ceiling light fixture is echoed in the hex floor tile, and the tile pattern is highlighted with the use of a dark grout. The wood mirror, natural quartz cabinet pulls and seagrass baskets add additional warmth and texture to the space.

The vanity was custom designed with open storage to provide a place to store towels, a natural fiber tray and baskets, which stand out against the deep paint color of the cabinet.