Guest Bathroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2011

A guest bathroom carved out of what was once bedroom space offers glass-tiled surfaces and crisp, clean farmhouse-style fixtures.

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Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

A corner shower, clad in subway-style glass tile with a herringbone-pattern glass and ceramic mosaic tile floor, provides a luxury spa-shower experience.

A stackable washer/dryer unit is tucked in a closet at the bathroom entry. A pocket door separates the high-efficiency set from the bathroom proper.

Farmhouse-style details include a pedestal sink and single-control lavatory faucet in a polished chrome finish.

A vintage walnut coat rack finds new purpose as a towel rack. Surrounded by muted tones, the vintage mirror adds a pop of sparkle in the space.

Playful artwork comes in the form of an antique fire station sign, which hints at the theme of the adjacent bedroom. Designer Victoria Lesser selected diminutive accessories to suit the room’s size and scale.

A primitive shutter, similar in design to the home’s original shutters, stands in as sculpture at the bathroom entrance.

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