Guest Bathroom Pictures From Blog Cabin 2013

Continuing the guest bedroom's focus on recycled-chic design, the second-floor bathroom offers a subtle nod to beach and nautical decor.

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Photo By: Frank Murray

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Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Frank Murray

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Photo By: Jason Kisner

Chosen by online voters, a mother-of-pearl-clad mirror lends drama and reflects light in the small shared bath space. The wall accent hovers above a European-style vanity, topped with glacier-white granite.

Glazed porcelain shower stall tile resembles soft sand. Paired with a strip of glass tile, a People's Choice favorite for the space, the wall treatment complements the room's overall coastal color palette.

A cotton whale-print shower curtain lends an eye-catching graphic element and stands in for a more formal, framed botanical print.

Storage baskets corral cotton towels and bath-time essentials while sleek glass shelving showcases a collection of classic fragrances.

A reclaimed wood sign crafted by Etsy.com shop WallStarGraphics pulls in the room's color palette and adds a rustic pop in contrast to the room's most refined design elements.

Sprinkled throughout the home — on display shelves, countertops and tabletops — seashells collected along the property's shoreline by previous residents serve as reminders of the home's history.

Minimalist in style, the polished chrome showerhead, lever and spout resemble ship components.

A single strip of glass tile, in a dichroic-like shade of aquamarine, lends visual interest.

For privacy's sake, the double-hung window was strategically placed to obscure the view into the master bathroom via a skylight nestled a floor below.

Rustic hand-scraped bamboo flooring stands in contrast to cool, neutral wall colors. A fish-scale cotton towel hangs at the ready and offers a splash of whimsy.

A solid teak spa mat prevents slips. The mineral oil-protected surface will eventually weather to a soft gray.

Natural sponges and glycerin soaps offer up a finishing touch. The one-piece design of the sink faucet is among the room's most intriguing forms.