Interior designers often refer to powder rooms as little jewel boxes, treating them with bold design elements. But why not also take a design risk in full baths? After all, most are used daily and they should be fabulous too! In a Tiffany blue bathroom the the floor, walls and ceiling are all covered by with turquoise blue glass mosaic tiles. The bath sparkles as light spills in through the tiny, high placed shower window niche. To paraphrase the late Mae West, “too much of a good thing is wonderful.” An antique painted dresser was repurposed as a vanity, fitted with a drop-in sink and wall mounted faucet. A rectangular pivot mirror tilts for that perfect viewing angle and is in keeping with the simplicity of the space. The hand-polished chrome is repeated in the train rack for towels, which are personalized by monograms, of course. An Italian hotel-style shower curtain has a double row of satin-stitch contrast embroidery that repeats the turquoise blue color that is synonymous with that little blue gift box.
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