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    Bathroom color scheme: white and wood (love the tile stripe) Under the Sea "To mimic the ocean outside this Laguna Beach bathroom, designers Heidi Bonesteel and Michele Trout added a border of turquoise blue tile. Underneath it, the walls are finished with foot-square tiles, which give the room a clean, spa-like look because there are fewer grout lines." (House Beautiful) Victoria Pearson

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turquoise blue tile bathroom - Heidi Bonesteel and Michele Trout designers

Decorative Tiles ~ like these for in the bathroom. Ocean feeling.

“The scale of the room is quite large, so I brought in bigger pieces of furniture,” says Morris of the impressive chandelier in the master bedroom, which features serene Swedish blue and gray-white tones. The 19th-century Gustavian settee is from A. Tyner Antiques. The rug is from Moattar, Ltd.

Eureka! Master bath walls are already green, and I committed to a white vanity when I let Spouse build white shelving over the toilet. Beige-ish countertop, dark wood floors (we'll use wood-look tile): DONE!

Tiled Ocean Blue Bathroom | Photo Gallery: Spa-Like Bathrooms | House & Home | photo Michael Graydon

Show a Little Leg - Cabinet doors can visually weigh down a petite bath. Keep things light and airy with a furniture-style vanity. With this unit, baskets hold supplies on the bottom shelf, ensuring the undersink area provides plentiful storage. Small drawers on both sides of the sink house small toiletries and cosmetics

For a weekend project paint walls, hang valance, install mirror, install/ upgrade light fixtures, new hardware on cabinetry. Remember to thoroughly clean your newly decorated space (or using space) before showing off to friends and neighbors. Visit our website for more information. bathroom by Barrie Benson.

It gives a room personality when you put in a piece of furniture that we wouldn't think "belongs" there.