Overnight visitors feel pampered and welcomed in the inviting guest bathroom that combines crisp white surfaces mixed with a coastal-inspired color palette and luxurious amenities.
The bathroom's single sink vanity gives guests ample counter space for grooming products. The white vanity pops against the aqua, white and blue-gray penny tiles on the backsplash that were also used for the shower.
The guest bathroom's single handle center set chrome faucet with a rigid spout has a traditional look and style.
Keep It Simple
By keeping the guest bathroom floor, ceiling, walls and trim white, it allows the variety of blue penny tiles behind the vanity and in the shower to shine without taking over the space.
Stylish Shower Curtain
A custom coral reef shower curtain with terra cotta and taupe tones gives the guest bathroom a sophisticated finish, and ties the space with the adjacent bedroom with terra cotta walls.
Soothing and Spa-Like
A chrome hand shower contributes to this guest bathroom's soothing, spa-like feel. The bathroom's amenities plus the combination of finishes and materials create a refined space that also feels relaxed and inviting.
Give Guests Options
By going with a shower-tub combination, this bathroom gives guests the option of taking a quick shower or a lingering soak in the tub.
About the bathroom's aqua, white and blue-gray penny tile, interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn says "instead of using a grout to tie those colors together, we did a white grout which makes it look a lot more coastal and almost a little bit playful."
A maritime style sconce with cage above the bathroom's vanity mirror reinforces the coastal theme and provides illumination for the space.
Easy Access Storage
A pair of chrome robe hooks mounted on the bathroom wall allows guests to keep their robes or an extra towel handy.
A handsome framed mirror creates a focal point behind the vanity, and contrast for the surrounding blue tiles and white ceiling and walls.
The guest bathroom's crisp white finishes offer contrast from the bold terra cotta walls in the adjoining bedroom.