Give each bathroom and vanity in your home a unique look that works with the rest of the house. The designer Dvira Ovadia shares two bathrooms and two powder rooms that she designed in a house, each with its own version of classic decoration. Get tips on where to splurge and save, and how to mix finishes and surfaces.
The children's bathroom is nervous and has classic white subway tiles that contrast perfectly with walnut cabinets and black hexagonal tiles. In the girls' bathroom, Dvida uses white tiles with milky pink accents, and instead of cabinets, an étagère is used to display towels, soaps and trinkets. This design works well for children, but will grow with children thanks to the classic finishes. The formal powder room is grandiose with a mix of different finishes and colors, including white wall tiles, dark tiles, polished nickel faucets, brass lighting with oil and silk wallpaper. The smaller powder room is simple but elegant, and has a characteristic wall with hexagonal tiles combined with a gray dressing table for another classic look.
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