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It’s hard to compete with a Gulf view from a stand-alone tub at the beach. But these gorgeous bathrooms from the vacation homes at Cinnamon Shore offer some great ideas for your next bathroom makeover, wherever you live.
Check out 11 of our community’s most beautiful bathrooms – and get inspired.
The undulating profile of this stand-alone tub, above, invites offer a contemporary look and an invitation to utter relaxation. With a chandelier suspended above, the placement of a stand-alone tub on the far end of any bathroom creates a luxurious vignette.
Rather than painting an accent wall, this designer used tilework to create a gasp-worthy focal point in this bathroom. An exquisite tile design in a herringbone pattern creates a backdrop for a bathtub where anyone would want to soak for hours.
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In this Gulf-side home with interiors by Florida designer Paige Schnell, cute changing nooks have the appearance of locker room changing rooms in this adorable bunkroom bath. Horizontal shiplap painted alternating colors adds coastal charm and has rustic appeal. This home appeared in Paige’s book, Tracery.
Go beyond standard bathroom light fixtures to add a little elegance. Here, strands of seashells dress up a pair of sconces, perfect for the beach setting.
In small spaces, darker paint colors work well, but in this bath, a whitewashed accent wall helps open the space and lends a coastal feel.
Make your shower space a work of art with creative displays of artisan tile. Here, decorative green tile creates an accent panel. Other contemporary, elegant touches in this bathroom include the pair of geometric mirrors and the dual, rectangular sinks that rise above the countertop.
A glass-front door swings open to a walk-in shower with plenty of space and windows for natural light. Two kinds of tilework create contrasting, but complementary design, with the recessed nooks that hold razors and shampoo matching the tilework on the shower floor.
This bathroom uses a neutral color scheme of driftwood-and-white for an au natural effect. The open shelving on a natural wood lavatory offers easy access to folded white towels under dual sinks. A pair of mirrors echo the pair of windows dressed in striped, Roman shades. Transoms let in natural light on the wall of windows backing the stand-alone tub.
In this brand-new Market Street Penthouse at Cinnamon Shore, Florentine-style tile in black-and-white lends a sophisticated look to this bathroom. So many fun and imaginative tiles are on the market these days. Get creative and let the design you select dictate the rest of the bathroom design.
Neutral colors are soothing in a master bathroom, but an accent color can brighten things up just a bit. In this Gulf-front home at Cinnamon Shore, the border stripes on the soft blue Roman shades add cheery touches of coral, which coordinate with the bedding in the master bedroom nearby. This bathroom, also by interior designer Paige Schnell, appears in her coffee table book, Tracery.
Sleek, see-through, all-glass shower doors are sophisticated, but this multi-paned glass-front door is a black-and-white beauty. It coordinates with black-and-white tile floor and the mirrors for a cohesive look. Black sconces make handsome additions and finish out the look.
If you really want to experience luxury living in bathrooms like these, book a vacation at Cinnamon Shore or consider buying a second home of your own in our community. Then that gorgeous bathroom with details such as intricate tilework, a chandelier, and the water view can be yours!
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