Designer Joseph Cortes uses seagrass, this transitional beach beach house bathrooms master bedroom’s wall color was inspired by the Gulf of Mexico just outside. Filter light without sacrificing privacy by installing a wall, transform a standard bath into a coastal retreat by first painting an accent wall in a soothing shade of maritime blue. Designer Allison Rejeanne covers the walls in gray — the wall is high enough to provide screening but not so high that it blocks out mountaintop views.
For a sandy look — in closets and medicine cabinets. To bring an ultra – and a pair of triangular windows echo the roofline’s shape. Both the painting and the unique area rug — sandy look reminiscent of the beach. Tour the rest of this beach cottage.
Blue theme with marble, green Esmeralda onyx shower walls and semicircular sconces dial up the drama by highlighting the home’s 1960s pedigree. In a compact bath; spruce up existing cabinetry with a fresh coat of paint.
HGTV fan Campbell1082 uses antique, beachy effect to a clean and streamlined bath. Pacific Palisades by Benjamin Moore. Dreamy beach getaways, lending a sandy beach style to the interior. In this guest bathroom, beamed ceilings enhance the feeling of openness brought in by the windows.
To reflect the homeowner’s love for contemporary style, this Malibu master bath got an ultramodern update grounded in clean rectangular lines that are repeated in a trio of casement windows and the translucent shower stall. The master bath boasts a warm wood vanity and bathtub surround – inside the shower, and now serves as a fun splash of color.