Bathroom Design Ideas with Green Cabinets
The original Art Nouveau stained glass windows were a striking element of the room, and informed the dramatic choice of colour for the vanity and upper walls, in conjunction with the terrazzo flooring. Photographer: David Russel
Contemporary bathroom with inset bathtub, engineered stone surround, and floating shaker door vanity.
Signature Designs Kitchen & Bath
Black and White bathroom with forest green vanity cabinets. Pullout storage organizers.
Mark Williams Design
Erica George Dines
Kimberlee Marie Interiors
Meagan Larsen Photography
Joshua Alan Interiors
Powder room with a twist. This cozy powder room was completely transformed form top to bottom. Introducing playful patterns with tile and wallpaper. This picture shows the green vanity, vessel sink, circular mirror, pendant lighting, tile flooring, along with brass accents and hardware. Boston, MA.
Hayley Bridges Design
Turan Designs, Inc.
Elegant Traditional Master Bath with Under mount Tub Photographer: Sacha Griffin
The basement batthroom is bright and open. There is plenty of room for the laundry facilities and additional cabinetry.
The traditional style of this bathroom is updated with the use of a clean, fresh colour palette. The soft green blue of the cabinets and walls are a perfect compliment to the bright white panelling and fixtures. And with a single sink that is wide enough for two, this small space offers maximum practicality.
Building Design, Plans, and Interior Finishes by: Fluidesign Studio I Builder: Structural Dimensions Inc. I Photographer: Seth Benn Photography
Greenbrook Design Center
Painted cabinets by Walker Woodworking - SW Espalier 6734 – High Gloss Finish Build Method: Frameless U shaped drawers to maximize storage around plumbing Open shelving on the bottom of the vanity Hardware: Jeffrey Alexander
We gave this rather dated farmhouse some dramatic upgrades that brought together the feminine with the masculine, combining rustic wood with softer elements. In terms of style her tastes leaned toward traditional and elegant and his toward the rustic and outdoorsy. The result was the perfect fit for this family of 4 plus 2 dogs and their very special farmhouse in Ipswich, MA. Character details create a visual statement, showcasing the melding of both rustic and traditional elements without too much formality. The new master suite is one of the most potent examples of the blending of styles. The bath, with white carrara honed marble countertops and backsplash, beaded wainscoting, matching pale green vanities with make-up table offset by the black center cabinet expand function of the space exquisitely while the salvaged rustic beams create an eye-catching contrast that picks up on the earthy tones of the wood. The luxurious walk-in shower drenched in white carrara floor and wall tile replaced the obsolete Jacuzzi tub. Wardrobe care and organization is a joy in the massive walk-in closet complete with custom gliding library ladder to access the additional storage above. The space serves double duty as a peaceful laundry room complete with roll-out ironing center. The cozy reading nook now graces the bay-window-with-a-view and storage abounds with a surplus of built-ins including bookcases and in-home entertainment center. You can’t help but feel pampered the moment you step into this ensuite. The pantry, with its painted barn door, slate floor, custom shelving and black walnut countertop provide much needed storage designed to fit the family’s needs precisely, including a pull out bin for dog food. During this phase of the project, the powder room was relocated and treated to a reclaimed wood vanity with reclaimed white oak countertop along with custom vessel soapstone sink and wide board paneling. Design elements effectively married rustic and traditional styles and the home now has the character to match the country setting and the improved layout and storage the family so desperately needed. And did you see the barn? Photo credit: Eric Roth
Dona Rosene Interiors
FIRST PLACE 2018 ASID DESIGN OVATION AWARD / MASTER BATH OVER $50,000. In addition to a much-needed update, the clients desired a spa-like environment for their Master Bath. Sea Pearl Quartzite slabs were used on an entire wall and around the vanity and served as this ethereal palette inspiration. Luxuries include a soaking tub, decorative lighting, heated floor, towel warmers and bidet. Michael Hunter