1 . Bold Blue
A bold bath in a New Jersey home makes a strong statement.Powder rooms are places where you can gild the lily, says designer Mona Ross Berman.We used a loud geometric in a bright ocean blue to give it a slightly over the top feeling.Wallpaper is Recessed from Studio Printworks.
2 . Old School Glamour
In an antique filled Victorian house in Illinois, designer Annie Brahler chose the master bath chocolaty walls to play up the brilliant whites of a recycled tub, curtains in Kally Almost White sheer from Hancock Fabrics, and Daltile floor and shower tiles.The crystal light fixture is a 1980s update of old school glamour.
3 . Multi Hued Bathroom
Creating an idyllic bath for a Long Island home, designer DD Allen choose a blue palette but did not limit herself to one shade.The custom watery blue of the polished Venetian plaster walls picks up the blue in the floor tiles.Waterworks Classic Undermount tub.Venetian Plaster by JJ Snyder Studio.Architecture by Michael Pierce.
4 . Dueling Sinks
In the master bathroom of a California beach bungalow designed by Chad Eisner, walls are painted Pratt & Lambert Solitary and the paneling is painted Silver Birch.It a lighter version of the paint in the bedroom, which I first saw at an art gallery in France, Eisner says.Sinks, faucets, ceiling fixtures, and marble flooring are by Waterworks.
5 . Subtly Pink Bathroom
The master bath is truly feminine a serene and pretty oasis, says designer Christine Murphy about the master bath in a colorful New York City apartment.Glossy pale pink walls pick up on the pale pink accents in the marble tile from Complete Tile.Tub from Wetstyle Cube collection.
6 . Blue on Blue Bathroom
Pure as a Shaker church, a Nantucket beach house blue master bathroom gets its airy look from high ceilings and walls painted with Farrow & Ball Borrowed Light.Designer Frank Roop drew the mosaic tile floor on a computer with CAD software, and Tile Showcase manufactured it in one piece, like a carpet.
7 . Striking Bath
Glass tiles from Waterworks line the walls and floor in the guest bathroom of this California country home by designer Jay Jeffers.The amber stripes break up the space and add a note of whimsy.The pair of sinks are from Waterworks.Deco mirrors from Pottery Barn
8 . A Bright Red Bathroom
Designer Steven Sclaroff covered a TriBeCa loft bathroom in a bright wallpaper, Jardin Chinois by Christopher Norman.The Waterworks classic rectangular tub is enveloped in solid teak.
9 . Patterned Bath
In the powder room of a whimsical prewar New York City apartment, designer Fawn Galli painted the ornate shield mirror to match the purple in Cole & Son Orchid wall paper.
10 . Nautical Chandelier
The crystal ship chandelier was a whimsical last minute selection, says designer Ken Fulk about the master bath in a Victorian San Franciscan house.