His' and Her's Bathrooms
Sometimes couples just need to give in and give themselves separate bathrooms. The challenge was making them related while putting in little touches of personalization, like showcasing the wife's love of horses. Can you tell which is which?
These crystal sconces mounted on the mirror add glamor to the space without being fussy.
This shower is curbless to prevent tripping and the oil rubbed bronze faucets are striking on the neutral tiles.
The teal cabinet adds a splash of color and additional storage space without overwhelming the room.
An open cabinet on one side gives easy access but remains hidden from the doorway
The backsplash tiles contain little seashells
While the bathrooms are each unique, they needed to remain cohesive as well. By using many of the same elements, such as the flooring, the rooms still look connected without being identical. In the end, the largest differences are the counters, lighting, and wall colors.
This is the same wood and finish as the other bathroom, but the different wall and counter colors make sure each room looks unique.
The glass shower enclosure keeps the room from feeling too small.
A teak seat and pebble flooring in the shower add to the organic feel of the space.
Photographs by Shutter Avenue Photography