7 Beach-Inspired Baths
Fresh, cooling hues, inspired by sandy beaches and azure waters, complements the creamy beige floor and tub. The seashell-trimmed chandelier and narrow mosaic of taupe and aquamarine tiles bordering the tub add a few more coastal elements.
Antique Coastal Bathroom
Above the two 1900s pedestal sinks are two oversize glass-front cabinets found at an antiques store. The combination of the blue, white, and yellow with the dark wood gives a nautical feel to this coastal bathroom.
A shell-encrusted mirror adds softness to the sleek marble bath and clean, white walls of this coastal bathroom.
The light blue hue of the Carrara marble floor and shower may make you feel as if you are showering in the ocean.
The master bath offers refined cottage style with its wainscoting, dressing chair, and bureau. Double vanities, plentiful cabinets, and modern fixtures add hotel flair while yellow walls create a cheerful feel.
Add a pop of color to typical stark bathrooms with a bright shade of yellow on the door. Match the color to your bed linens for a fun, tropical look.
Large Master Bathroom
Instead of a basic doorway between the master bedroom and bath, the architects designed a glass wall as a divider, with grommeted curtain panels that can be pulled for privacy. The glass wall visually enlarges the space and adds a sense of calm to the dramatically stenciled room. The large floating bathtub invites relaxation and serenity, and the large windows provide a great view.