Copper, Bronze & Stone
RMSer vickiborn chose a custom-built cabinet to pair with a hammered copper sink and bronze faucet. She added smart built-in niches, a stone accent wall and dared to go beyond a white toilet for a stunning combination of color, texture and style. We love this look, Vicki!
Bedroom Furniture Goes to the Bath
When RMSer rachelcar decided to renovate, she wanted to create an urban, chic bathroom. She opted for vessel sinks and retrofitted dressers rather than typical cabinetry. Click to Rate This Space, get more design details and see her beautiful bathtub.
Small But Sassy
A small space doesn't have to mean a diminutive vanity. In this tiny powder room, RMSer KarenSpirit replaced a pedestal sink with a more substantial, freestanding vanity. Choosing an undermount sink and adding a clever tile accent along the walls makes the room look larger.
Travertine & Copper
This spa-inspired, DIY bathroom by RMSer inputplease begs for attention. A duo of travertine sinks and copper faucets are the icing atop a vanity that boasts cabinet and drawer space. Another fave detail: the laundry chute. A sensible amenity for this attic turned bath retreat.
RMSer Colleen_Christine likes the look of spindle-leg sink consoles — but not the high price tags. She found this bargain that needed TLC, and with vision and paint, created a custom piece that looks like a million bucks. Rate This Space to get how-to info and see the before pic.
Granite & Glass
RMSer FabSusan calls this space her Venetian guest bath, and what a treat for company! Susan was inspired by this Italian granite that she chose to top with a glass vessel sink. A great way to show off a beautiful piece of stone.
21st-Century Old School
How do you build a new bathroom onto a 1940s cottage? By staying true to the style of the house just as RMSer Silly Monkey did in this blue and black retro bath. He chose a 1920s reproduction sink and toilet as well as a shiny new (though old-school) medicine cabinet.
Modern & Wall-Mounted
RMSer Timdreese chose to go ultra modern when he renovated his 1960s master bath. A wall-mounted, Italian sink is a high-style choice. Though not ideal for a renovator wanting a lower-priced look or someone who prefers an expanse of counter, it's a beautiful look.
A Pair of Pretty Pedestals
This master bathroom renovation is many years in the making. RMS user paintingismypassion chose his-and-hers pedestal sinks with a granite-topped cabinet in between and another storage solution above. See more of this vintage-inspired, modern bath on Rate My Space.