253 Bathroom Vessel Sinks Design Photos And Ideas

A look at a bright and spacious bathroom with uniquely-shaped mirrors and a vibrant mural.
The blue and white tones are even picked up in the bathroom.
Custom woodwork adds helpful shelving in the bathroom, while a long skylight draws in natural light.
In the bathroom, the shower stall looks up to the open sky.
A strategically placed skylight bathes the shower area in natural light.
Caesarstone countertops (Ocean Foam) in the bathroom complement the tiled walls and flooring.
In contrast to the historic setting, the master bathroom is outfitted with modern fixtures including a double vanity, freestanding tub, shower and toilet.
The updated bathroom includes a new shower and toilet in the basement. The bathroom walls and ceilings are waxed concrete, while the counter is made from fir.
The wardrobes, living room furniture and kitchen cabinetry were custom made according to the owners’ preferences.
A typical Milanese tile known as “cementine” is used for the floors of the kitchen, bathroom, and service areas to create a dialogue between contemporary and traditional elements.
The light, clean profile of the vanity gives the bathroom a sense of spaciousness and modernity.
Handmade fish-scale tiles line the wall over the bath.
The main bathroom was remodeled and enlarged. Instead of chrome, Megan opted for hardware with a soft pewter finish.
An art deco drinks trolley was repurposed as a bathroom vanity. All fixtures are low-flow.
The interior bathroom can do double-duty as a mudroom, thanks to a secret door that enables exterior access. Additionally, that door delivers an "almost" outdoor showering experience, and has been designed so guests can use the restroom without disturbing others sleeping inside.
The downstairs bathroom features a waterfall shower. A glass shower enclosure (not pictured) has also been installed.
Clients can choose a variety of finishes, coatings, and layouts. Each SysHaus home is built with smart, durable materials, and all projects come with a 20-year factory warranty.
The smart design includes options like mobile-powered locks, security cameras connected to the owner’s mobile device, and a water control management system.
The total cost of the project from demolition to the purchasing of brand new bedsheets was $567,996.
In the bathroom, a small antique marble basin is nestled within a limed oak alcove.
"Historically, this topmost room would have housed the silk weavers' rooms, but the room is now Zen, one where you might relax into a freestanding tub or sink into a bed of plumped up pillows," says Eayrs.
The second floor powder room.
In a bathroom, a credenza found on Etsy was topped with marble and converted to a vanity. Tulum tile from the Cement Tile Shop covers the floors while elongated subway tile, laid in a vertical grid, updates the walls. Schoolhouse Electric pendants complete the look.
The colored tile grout was sourced from Grout360. The tiles are from RAK Ceramics.
Brass and bronze accents appear throughout the guesthouse, including in the Waterworks taps, Workstead pendants, and Rejuvenation mirror in the bathroom.
Dotted mosaic tiles by Fornace Brioni have also been used for the daughter’s bathroom.
A skylight brightens the shower area.
The double vanity in the master bath has a concrete trough sink with a wood slab counter.
Sage-colored clay tiles line the shower stall in the master bath.
In the bathroom, the color scheme for the penny tiles reflects the exterior palette for continuity.
The ergonomic bath was intentionally designed with an outdoor shower to maximize square footage inside the silo house.
To free up space for a bathtub and separate shower stall in the master bathroom, the vanity and sink have been moved next to the full-height wardrobe that doubles as a divider.
Even the bathroom offers access to the outdoors.
The use of walnut, red concrete, and reinforced concrete remains consistent throughout the master bath.
The mobile unit was outfitted with a full bath that includes plenty of storage.
Simple subway tiles decorate the walls of the main floor bath. A seamless concrete floor leads to directly to the shower with full-height glazing.
A floating wood vanity with a glass pedestal sink is a sleek solution in the main floor bath. A wood pocket door conceals the water closet.
The new house provides the family with an additional 1,400 square feet of functional space.
Master Bathroom
In the master bathroom, the teak vanity and wood screens were designed by Isaac-Rae and custom built by a furniture maker. The sinks by Apaiser were also made custom. The lighting is by Flos.
In the loft, the bathroom is located against an exterior wall . The faucet is by Hansa and the towel rack is by Kommod
One of the bathrooms.
The ever-shifting material palette continues in the two bathrooms, which have walls and ceilings with different types of tiles.
For the private areas, they used lighter colors, warm wood, and more classical details, which the wife preferred.
Gray plaster was used for the walls.
The bedroom and bathroom make up the private zones on the top floor.
The Burkes eliminated glare by minimizing the number of windows on the east and west sides of their house. On the south, though, windows are taller and offer views of trees even though the house is in the heart of downtown Charlottesville. The direct light that enters through the flanks of the house is mediated via a sophisticated array of blinds, tints, a trellis calibrated to cut light from April through August, and several bald cypress trees that provide shade in summer but lose their leaves in winter, allowing light (and heat) to infuse the house. Baby cypress trees, about nine feet tall, should cost around $100 each at your local nursery.
A bathroom skylight increases the sense of space.
Bathroom updates also maintain the bright and airy feel of the rest of the home. The flooring is a large porcelain tile (24" x 24") in a neutral gray tone, serving as a uniform background against which the other materials can stand out.
The long and narrow master bathroom features Marmorino plaster walls, Fireclay tile, custom concrete sink, and Boffi Pipe faucets.
Hafele hardware has been used for most of the maple plywood cabinetry.

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