Bathroom Design Ideas with Yellow Cabinets

San Francisco Floating House

Published around the world: Master Bathroom with low window inside shower stall for natural light. Shower is a true-divided lite design with tempered glass for safety. Shower floor is of small cararra marble tile. Interior by Robert Nebolon and Sarah Bertram. Matthew Millman: photographer Link to New York Times May 2013 article about the house:
Quite like this concept for vanity - kate7014

House on Ravernet

Gary Quigg Photography
Curved corner shower - verian_taylor

2nd Avenue

Powder Room with wall mounted sink. Adrian Gregorutti: photo John Lum: Architect

StarMark Cabinetry Bathroom in sunny yellow

This bath was designed by Dawn Whyte, of Designs by Dawn, a StarMark Cabinetry dealer in Petosky, Michigan. The perimeter cabinets were created with StarMark Cabinetry's Stratford door style in Oak finished in a cabinet color called Eggnog. The drawers have optional five-piece headers.

Rideau Park Renovation

Bathroom renovated in classic neutral colours and textures. Beautiful stand-up tiled shower, complete with handshower and floating shower bench.


Rael Aguilar


Casual French Elegance In Rob Roy

photography by Andrea Calo • Benjamin Moore "Early Morning Mist" wall paint • Benjamin Moore "Sunrays" cabinet paint • Ashbury 2x8 & quarter round tile wainscot by Marketplace in "Fleece" • Stone Peak Palazzo floor tile in Grey Florentine • "Thunder White" granite countertop • Feliciana faucet by Luxart • Thomas O’Brien "Bryant" sconces in polished nickel from Visual Comfort • Victorian bin pull by B&M

Colorful Bathroom Tile

DESIGN Annie Hall Interiors PHOTOS Michael J. Lee Photography


Photo By: Michele Lee Wilson

The White House Property Sale

John Gollings, Katherine Lu, Louisa Jackson

Luxury Penthouse

Contemporary Bathroom

Small Hall Bathroom Remodel in NE Portland, Irvington Neighborhood

This very small hall bath is the only full bath in this 100 year old Four Square style home in the Irvington neighborhood. We needed to give a nod to the tradition of the home but add modern touches, some color and the storage that the clients were craving. We had to move the toilet to get the best flow for the space and we added a clever flip down cabinet door to utilize as counter space when standing at the cool one bowl, double sink. The juxtaposition of the traditional with the modern made this space pop with life and will serve well for the next 100 years. Remodel by Paul Hegarty, Hegarty Construction Photography by Steve Eltinge, Eltinge Photography