The white marble countertop in this contemporary bathroom looks clean and simple when combined with handsome wood cabinetry that provides needed storage. The sleek glass shower maximizes space in the small bathroom while continuing the contemporary feel of the design.
Because this master bathroom lacks much natural light, architect and designer Luciana Corwin employed light colors and strong contrasts to keep the space bright and interesting. Clean, sleek lines give the room a contemporary aesthetic.
Light blue glass subway tile delicately graces an accent wall, flowing into the shower and giving the feeling of space in this compact bathroom. The addition of a rain showerhead adds to the spa-like luxury while the geometric shapes of a small floating vanity and shelving ground the space with sophistication.
The single vanity in this bathroom is actually an antique table repurposed into a bathroom staple with the addition of a marble top and modern chrome fixtures. The large mirror above the sink is surrounded by a frame of light and is flanked by symmetrically placed sconces — providing tons of light to increase the sense of size in the small space.
As seen on HGV's hit show Buying and Selling, this cool mint green wall color and modern vanity create a beautiful oasis in the Horsman family bathroom. As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling with the Property Brothers
This bathroom features light green walls paired with gray floor tiles and a natural wood paneled ceiling. A drop-in bathtub is encased in gray tiles, while a glass door allows for easy patio access. Large windows showcase mountain views and evergreen landscaping, bringing a touch of the outdoors to the inside space.
The master bathroom in this newly renovated cabin contains high ceilings, making the space seem larger. The window at the end of the space lets in lots of natural light, while the glass shower lets the light flow through and makes the space feel more open.
White subway tiles stretch halfway up the wall in this serene bathroom, providing subtle contrast against the light blue upper half of the walls. A clean-lined pedestal sink with a sleek faucet completes the space.
A trio of mirrors sits above a traditional double vanity with cream cabinets and marble countertops in this spa-like bathroom. At the far end of the space is an elegant soaker tub overlooking the Pacific Ocean, while a romantic-style bench in the center offers a spot to relax.
As seen on Love It Or List It, this powder room which was much too tiny to be usable before, but Jillian added space to make the room functional. She set the tone of the entire home with this wallpaper by Crown called Panache, which was the inspiration for elegance throughout the main floor. The lighting was chosen for its hand blown look, adding to the elegance of the space.
Builder-grade lighting is one of the first things many people want to change in a bathroom renovation, and with good cause: The fixtures rarely hold much aesthetic appeal. Adding lots of light to a bathroom is one of the most valuable changes a homeowner can make, and it doesn’t have to break the bank. Shop sales at lighting and home improvement stores, and if your bathroom has easy roof access, consider bringing the outdoors in with a budget skylight like Solatube.