When you think of lofty New York City high-rises, the first word that comes to mind usually isn't funky. This bathroom changes all that. This mix-and-match marvel was created by furniture maker Apryl Miller. She took her talent for creating offbeat sofas and chairs and applied it to the bathroom. With a lot of painstaking work, she came up with this feast-for-the-eye masterpiece.
The medicine cabinet looks more like an outdoor sculpture than a place to store toothpaste. Covered by two custom-made, hand-painted mirrors, it is hard to tell where the cabinet begins and the wall ends.
Hand-cut from sheets of glass, the countertop is a mosaic of mini-paintings done by Apryl and her family. The cabinets below the vanity are all painted in a different colors. Each one is adorned with handmade handles and an assortment of bric-a-brac.
The most amazing patterns can be found on the floors. The geometric shapes and artfully colored glass are laid out to trick the eye. The tiles get smaller the farther you go into the bathroom, which gives the illusion of more space.
The ruby red toilet is separated from the rest of the bathroom by a wall of translucent glass block.
With its explosive color and decidedly decadent design, this shower looks as if it was created by some the Big Apple's finest graffiti artists.
The highly textured, plaster and gold powder walls have a rustic, almost ancient Egyptian feel. Miller created these contoured walls by finger-painting.