Decorating today's bathrooms calls for a sophisticated mix of colors, materials, and hard and soft goods. Take inspiration from these professional designed bathrooms.
By Mark McCauleyMore in Bathroom
Use dashes of fabric and other softer goods to reduce the inherent harshness of many bathroom materials. Anything from towels and shower curtains to window treatments and pieces upholstered in terry cloth can bring a soft touch to a hard space. (Room design by Douglas Dolezal and Robert Miller. Photo by David Duncan Livingston)
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