One of the hottest trends in cities across the country continues to be urban renewal. Twenty-nine-year-old Erin Segars and her dog Vegas live in a very cool, refurbished three-story flat that is hipper than most 20-somethings could ever dream of, except the master bathroom.
With the help of designer Esther Golightly, Erin's boring master bathroom was transformed into a stylish space that is more in tune with the rest of her trendy flat.
hatbox toilet: Kohler - K-3492 Purist
vanity collection: LineaAqua
tile: Ann Sacks
wall paint: Waverly Home Classics - WV37-008 Beach House
trim paint: Lowe's American Tradition - 3011-10 Frontier Road
sconces: Hampton Bay - 361080 satin nickel finish
The focal point of the room is the sleek oval sink that sits atop the white marble countertop. The contemporary chrome faucet and accessories complement the space with a little sparkle.
Warm cherry wood was used to make the vanity. The cherry contrasts well with the gray and beige tones in the exposed concrete walls. The sleek contemporary lines of the vanity lend an Asian feel to the room and match the twin sconces hanging on both sides of the mirror.
A matching cabinet has been added opposite the vanity to add more storage. Having the vanity and cabinet match gives the appearance of one piece split in two. Using furniture and vanities that look like furniture is a hot trend in bathroom design today.
Nothing says cool like the new hatbox toilet. With all the pipes and plumbing tucked inside, this simplistic new design is a must for a stylish, contemporary look.