A Dream-worthy Bathroom

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I’m currently in the midst of working on a few different bathroom designs for clients, so naturally, I have beautiful bath spaces on my mind. When I came across this gorgeous bathroom by Mark Williams Design on Pinterest, I stepped dead in my tracks. I love the creative use of three different marble tile patterns. While this could have easily looked a little too “busy”, it works beautifully in this bathroom. I also love this bathtub alcove. It is perfectly framed by the window and arched ceiling.

While I love and embrace color, I tend to use restraint with it when it comes to kitchens and master baths. These spaces should be classic and timeless, while one can have a little more fun in guest bathrooms and kids’ baths. So of course, I love that this bathroom is nearly all white—except for the pale turquoise cabinets which are a lovely addition.

Snip20131112_52 {I typically loathe all of the random niches and cut-outs that builders like to put all over new houses, but the niches on either side of the bathtub nook are done so well. I love that the sconces are mounted on top of mirrors. It adds an unexpected dose of glamour.}

Snip20131112_53 {A View of the Full Space}

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{So  Details to Love: Mirror-Mounted Sconces and Loads of Beautiful Tile}

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{The Pale Turquoise Cabinets}

bath mark williams6     {I love the large marble tiles used in the shower. I am planning to use them in an upcoming project!}



10 thoughts on “A Dream-worthy Bathroom

  1. I’m from the UK, so maybe it’s a cultural thing, but I just absolutely cannot understand this passion in the US for subway tiles whether in kitchens or bathrooms. As I say perhaps it’s cultural like the old song says, “you say tomatoes, we say tomatoes …..” Love your blog by the way and hope my comments don’t cause an international incident!

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