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You won't want to miss the tour of this tiny seaside cottage.white walls, brass fittings, Carrara marble, and that view!

Love gold fittings + concrete

Gold and gray bathroom features a brass mirror, Bistro Polished Brass Mirror, lit by Schoolhouse Electric Orbit Sconces placed over a floating concrete washstand and sink fitted with a Kohler Purist Faucet alongside a gray cement tile floor, Encaustic Cem

Une maison éclectique à Amsterdam - PLANETE DECO a homes world  Fresh  Light White Monochrome Crisp Natural Scandi  Scandinavian Dark Moody Charm Warehouse Loft Character Industrial Slick Living Lounge Bedroom Interior Style Design  House Home Inspo Inspirational Inspiration Palate Paint Luxe Furniture Dream Goals On trend  Trend Trending  Mirror  Bathroom

When renovating almost any room in the home, it's chic to antique. We love to mix and match pieces to create an old-meets-new vibe, and an antique bathroom mirror.

The family home of Peter and Georgia Zoric, located in the Margaret River area of Western Australia. Styling – Anna Flanders. Photo – Angelita Bonetti for The Design Files.

The family home of Peter and Georgia Zoric, located in the Margaret River area of Western Australia. Photo – Angelita Bonetti for The Design Files.

white coastal bathroom with shiplap walls | Jennifer Palumbo

The shiplap covered white walls in the powder room are classic New England coastal style. Completing the space are a large shagreen round mirror and sconces from Waterworks.

An Interior Stylist's Glam Midwest Remodel #theeverygirl

An Interior Stylist's Glam Midwest Remodel

Brass hardware on white and black double vanity. An Interior Stylist's Glam Midwest Remodel - designed by herself, Kristin Cadwallader

A moody bathroom: http://www.stylemepretty.com/living/2015/10/17/eclectic-los-angeles-bungalow-with-a-little-something-for-everyone/ | Photography: Tessa Neustadt - http://tessaneustadt.com/

Eclectic Los Angeles Bungalow with a Little Something for Everyone

If you ask me, Homepolish is the interior design version of a fairy godmother. Homepolish interior designer Stefani Stein took this L. bungalow down to the studs, moved walls, raised ceilings and put in new windows.