2,673 Diamond Cabinetry Transitional Bath Design Photos

Kitchens, Baths & Beyond
3 Reviews
Cassina Plantation Master Bath
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Diamond Vibe cabinetry
“white cab linen closet in bath” — tshin
Kitchens, Baths & Beyond
3 Reviews
Cassina Plantation Master Bath
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Diamond Vibe cabinetry
“love the mirror” — campbetb
Hager Cabinets Inc.
3 Reviews
Diamond Cabinetry
Ideabooks11
Questions1
Diamond Cabinetry
“Good color scheme” — norasilber
Hager Cabinets Inc.
3 Reviews
Diamond Cabinetry
Ideabooks16
Questions0
Diamond Cabinetry
“sink” — 26curry
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Kewamee
Ideabooks2,711
Questions4
sparkling pool and spa. Mature landscaping in the park like setting brings a sense of absolute privacy. The secluded master suite with custom built-in cabinetry, a walk in closet and elegant master bath is a perfect retreat. Complete with a butler’s pantry, walk in wine cellar, top of the line appliances and
“tilr pattern” — niggemann
Habachy Designs
14 Reviews
41st Symphony Showhouse
Ideabooks2,364
Questions6
diamond wall tiling and furniture style cabinetry creates luxurious look, perfect for 'her' bathroom
Love the diamond patterned wall
Diamond pattern
“Upholstered Wall” — dqubti
World Mosaic (BC) Ltd.
2 Reviews
Love it or List it Vancouver
Ideabooks1,127
Questions2
Calacatta marble diamond mosaic have been used here to frame the mirror for a unique installation
Gray cabinetry in white bathroom.
Diff cabinetry color ideas
cabinetry color
“sconces and vanity color” — Laura Abrams Design
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove
Ideabooks16,435
Questions14
All of the cabinetry was designed custom by the architect. Hope that helps!
Clot of walls & dark cabinetry
textures, and just enough pattern on the floor and the light fixture to spark the mix. The simple Roman shade allows natural light to flood in, but dark cabinetry and trim ground the space so that it doesn't feel as though it could float away.
textures, and just enough pattern on the floor and the light fixture to spark the mix. The simple Roman shade allows natural light to flood in, but dark cabinetry and trim ground the space so that it doesn't feel as though it could float away. What's your interpretation of transitional style? Share your thoughts
“Floor and colora” — gordanamiller
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