My client wanted her main bathroom to flow with her hallway/entryway that I recently completed for her. I chose colors and wood tones that complimented the hallway. Together we designed a custom vanity in a dark walnut finish. I kept the bathroom light by using large creamy colored porcelain tiles on the walls. Instead of going with stark white plumbing fixtures I decided on using bisque, which is a warmer tone than white and plays off the color of the tile. I found a granite remnant to use for the countertop. This is a great way of saving money. Most stone yards have smaller pieces of slabs that were left over from other projects. Saves you money and is a green alternative. The client is thrilled with her new bathroom.