Traditional Style Dream Bathroom

Symmetry, architecture, and light are key elements that make this bathroom dream-worthy. Take a look at this beautiful, traditional bathroom and be inspired!

Let the Light In

This gorgeous bathroom is all about light and symmetry. The eye-catching bay windows add to the architectural interest of the room and allow an abundance of natural light to pour in, giving it a bright, casual feel.

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Multi-Material Symmetry

Matching bowed-front vanities sit directly across from each other in this bathroom, giving the space a sense of symmetry. The vanities are made of custom walnut and feature old-fashioned fluted ball feet, marble countertops, and Edwardian-style faucets. Polished-nickel sconces with silk shades flank each mirror.

Old-Fashioned Character

Polished-nickel faucets top each vanity. The old-fashioned cross handles add vintage appeal to the room and match the polished-nickel sconces on either side of the mirror. Even the angled corners of the mirror match the room's geometric theme.

Hexagonal Tiles

The floor also matches the room's geometric style. Eight-inch hexagonal tiles made of reclaimed limestone cover the floor. The light color of the tile contrasts the dark tone of the fluted-bun feet on the vanities.

Elegant Bathing Space

A freestanding claw-foot tub adds to the bathroom's traditional vibe. The tub filler matches the cross handles on the sink and adds an elegant touch to the tub. The windows bow out around the tub, allowing the beautiful tub to be the room's focal point.

Private Shower

Off the bathroom's main room is a shower room. The limestone tile from the bathroom's floor is repeated on the walls of the shower. A teak-framed window, made water-resistant with marine-grade shellac, allows natural light into the shower. Similar to the sinks and the bath, polished-nickel fixtures with cross handles stand out against the shower's limestone walls.

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