Boldly patterned bright green wallpaper gives big personality to the small powder room of this East Hampton, New York home by designer Meg Braff. Wallpaper is Lysette Reverse in Palm Green on Tan from China Seas.
In the master bathroom of this California house by designer Chad Eisner, walls are painted Pratt & Lambert's Solitary and the paneling is painted Silver Birch. "It's a lighter version of the paint in the bedroom, which I first saw at an art gallery in France," Eisner says. Sinks, faucets, ceiling fixtures, and marble flooring are by Waterworks.
In the master bath of this New York house by designer Christina Murphy, a freestanding Empire tub by Waterworks is positioned under a skylight. Fern wallpaper by Spring Street Designs creates an instant tropical rain forest. "What I love about the wallpaper is that it looks handmade. You can see painted brushstrokes on the ferns, and I like those artificial greens imbued with the touch of humanity in the brushstrokes," Murphy says.
Ann Sacks tiles stripe a California pool bath from floor to ceiling, giving the space a modern, unified look. To avoid breaking up the continuity, designers Heidi Bonesteel and Michele Trout frosted the shower wall only in the middle. "We love stripes, but we'd never seen them before in a wall tile. It's perky and different," Bonesteel says. Ann Sacks Capri ceramic floor tiles. Dornbracht hooks. Wall tiles are in Candle White Gloss, Espresso Gloss, Apple Gloss, and Lime Gloss.
Striped palazzo curtains in Victoria Hagan fabric from Holly Hunt hang on either side of the sunken tub in the master bath of this Michael Berman-designed Los Angeles house. They offer a graphic counterpoint to the Dunn-Edwards Perfect Pear paint on the walls and ceiling.