Build a Bathroom You’ll Love

No matter your budget, these beautiful elements offer ideas to elevate any space

No other room in your house offers opportunities to indulge yourself like a bathroom does. This is the place to be pampered—whether you’re prepping to face the day or unwinding after a long one. Consider adding a few stylish elements to your bathroom to not only upgrade how the room looks, but also enhance how it functions as your retreat away from the world.

 

All in the Details

The chic design elements in this Sandy Springs bathroom, like the sparkling chandelier, elegant ottoman and Neolith “Calacatta” countertops lend a sense of glamour to this space. In contrast, the Castlestone “Musk Muretto” textured porcelain wall tiles, futuristic tub faucet and dark cabinetry add drama. Muted beige floor tiles, with a colorful tile “medallion” in the center, complete the sophisticated look.
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Modern bathroom design, Sandy Springs, GA with Neolith Calacatta countertops | Oneida Builders, Inc

 

SUBWAY TILE
Starting at $.35 per tile
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WHITE CARRARA MARBLE
Starting at $1.55 per tile
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MARBLE HEXAGON MOSAIC
Starting at $29 per sq. ft.
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Sophisticated Sanctuary

This bathroom, featured on the 2018 Druid Hills Tour of Homes & Gardens, includes cabinetry created by Couture Cabinets and “Invierno” granite countertops found at Marmi Natural Stone. The unique chandelier and sconces are made from Italian Murano glass and the room was designed with them as the centerpiece. The gender-neutral colors and spa-like décor make this bathroom a perfect retreat for him and her. Castles and Cottages Residential Renovation | CastlesCottages.com

BRIZO LITZE faucet from Atlanta Noland

BRIZO LITZE
Atlanta Noland

AMERICAN STANDARD SERIN
Atlanta Noland
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WATERMARK ELAN VITAL
Atlanta Noland

 

A Fabulous Focus

Beautiful bathrooms need a focal point. Today’s creative bathtub designs can be ultramodern or can give a nod to yesteryear. Consider locating a tub in an unexpected place for extra impact. The designers of this Duluth home’s bathroom chose a creamy white “Savoy” tub by MTI Baths for the room’s alcove—creating a lovely contrast with the dark wainscoting.

CSI Kitchen & Bath Studio  |  CSIKitchenAndBath.com

Beautiful bathroom design with dark wainscoting, freestanding tub and tub filler from MTI Baths
Bathtub - MTI WINSUPPLY EXCLUSIVE WINSTON

MTI WINSUPPLY EXCLUSIVE WINSTON
Atlanta Noland

HYDROSYSTEM'S PICASSO TUB, Atlanta Noland

HYDROSYSTEM’S PICASSO
Atlanta Noland
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BARCLAY ELECTRA TUB - Atlanta Noland

BARCLAY ELECTRA
Atlanta Noland

 

Embrace Your Space

You don’t have to skimp on style in small bathrooms. The designer of this Smyrna home remodel used a clever trick to make this room look bigger—she used ample light fixtures and a full-wall mirror to reflect light and brighten the space. The shower curtain is hung at almost ceiling height, drawing the eye upward. And the vanity was raised to counter height to add storage underneath.

Jill Barnes, interior designer, Cortland Partners | CortlandPartners.com

Small bathroom design-Jill Barnes interior designer|Cortland Partners
HINKLEY MONACO Lighting | Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

HINKLEY MONACO
Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

PARK HARBOR ANTONIA | Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

PARK HARBOR ANTONIA
Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
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PROGRESS WISTEN | Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

PROGRESS WISTEN
Ferguson Bath Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

 

A Room with a View

Chances are, your bathroom’s windows aren’t making the statement that they could. Here, privacy wasn’t a concern, so designer Beth Kooby used simple, gauzy curtains “to keep the light coming in and the Peeping Toms frustrated!” Then she used Circa Lighting’s Reed Single Sconces to light the Pottery Barn “Classic Double” vanity and “Segovia Whitewashed” mirrors she found at World Market.

Beth Kooby, interior designer, Beth Kooby Design | BethKoobyDesign.com

Bathroom retreat by Beth Kooby Design, photography by Jeff Herr Photograph