White and creams punctuate the color scheme of the HGTV Green Home 2009 child's bathroom, which serves the child's and guest's bedrooms.
A sand-colored CaesarStone quartz countertop provides an expansive surface for his-and-hers sinks, ceramic trays filled with bathroom accessories and a mother-of-pearl mirror turned vanity tray that holds bath soaps and hand towels.
The mix of matte white and brown and vanilla glass mosaic tiles in the shower stall served as a springboard for other design decisions in the room.
A tiled bathtub extension accommodates a pillar candle- and towel-filled tray.
A Phalaenopsis orchid thrives in its sunny bathtub perch.
A Kohler low-flow toilet and cast-iron bath complement Shaw floor tile in a shade and texture akin to stained concrete.
Polished chrome bath fixtures combine beveled edges and curved bases.
A recessed sliding door leads from the bathroom to the guest bedroom. The entrance is framed by a resin, coral-inspired candle shelf that reflects the guest room's shell theme.
The two-handle, lavatory-style faucet in polished chrome and undercounter lavatory-style sink in vitreous china are subtle enough to let decor items stand out.
The Atoll vanity mirror – finished in antique white – features a ruffled frame reminiscent of undulating coral tentacles.
A recessed sliding door leads to the child’s bedroom. The bathroom's neutral palette makes for an effortless transition from one space to the other.