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Look Book » 6 Bathrooms with Character and Charm
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“Give character to your bathroom by adding details such as bead board, raised sinks, granite, molding, wainscoting and creative lighting,” homeowner Sharon Von Horik advises. “For us, it was important to keep the master bath open and airy.” For this reason they installed leaded glass doors to invite light into the shaded room and placed an overhead window above the bathtub to connect the indoors with the outdoors. (Photo by JaimeeItagaki; written by Joanna Clay)
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Lori Gincig’s bathroom style flows from her own personality and the rest of the home’s soft color palette and abundant twinkling accessories. Here she combines seaside style with classy antique pieces for an uniquely upscale but relaxing feel. (Photo by Bret Gum)
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Calcutta marble from India adds an eclectic and textured element to Kerry Cassill’s master bathroom. (Photo by Bret Gum; written by Justine Lopez)
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Whether hung above a vanity or leaned against a wall, mirrors can take a bathroom from ordinary to extraordinary. This curvy mirror echoes the vintage feel of this bathroom. Playing off the reflection of a second mirror, it also provides great natural light. (Photo by Mark Tanner; written by Rebecca Ittner)
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This small bathroom gets a big punch of style from a tower of vintage cigar boxes that not only add a bit of retro Havana flair, but also provide unexpected spots for storage—keep extra soap, sundries and accessories in the top few. (Photo by Mark Tanner; written by Jickie Torres)
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In their original 1937 bathroom, Gregg and Kathleen Abel retained and added elements to create character: they turned the old windows into niches for collections of shells and kept the original marble-topped vanity in its rustic condition. (Photo by Mark Tanner; written by Nancy A. Ruhling)