A double-wide, glass-enclosed shower designed by Drew and Jonathan Scott of Buying and Selling is the centerpiece of this simple yet elegant bathroom. Large cream-colored tile on the lower half of the shower contrasts against the small glass tiles used on the floor and top of the shower. The clean, reflective surfaces of the tile make the entire bathroom brighter.
A wall of mirrors visually increases the size of this bathroom. Soapstone makes a bold statement as the bathtub surround and bathtub backsplash. The cream-colored armchair and reclaimed wood credenza gives the space a warm, homey vibe.
This soft, neutral bathroom features an oceanside feel with its wide wood plank ivory walls and seashell-like vintage sconces. A wood trimmed wall-to-wall mirror above the single sink vanity gives the illusion of a larger room, while the vanity's cream-hued cabinetry and sand-colored countertop keeps the space light and bright.
An infusion of art-deco style elevates the design of this hall bathroom, an eco-chic space shared by the home's two guest bedrooms. The bathroom's silver, white and cream color palette is quiet and soothing yet rich and understated.
A double-wide, frameless glass-enclosed shower is the centerpiece of this simple yet elegant bathroom. Large cream-colored tile on the lower half of the shower contrasts against the small glass tiles used on the floor and top of the shower. The clean, reflective surfaces of the tile make the entire bathroom brighter.
Kelly & Co. Design didn't miss a single detail when transforming a barn into a music/entertainment space, as evidenced by this rustic bathroom. The ceiling was contracted from reclaimed wood, and the walls were covered in a cream-colored material that gives the space a clean, industrial aesthetic. A double sink vanity with rustic wood cabinetry completes the look.
A double vanity lends ample counter and storage space to this bathroom, decorated in a soothing white and cream color scheme. The wallpaper, depicting fish swimming in the sea, adds a subtle coastal feel to the space.
Susan Brunstrum updated this small powder room by using a monochromatic color palette to enlarge the space. Taupe, cream and beige create an unified effect, while a dark wood mirror above the vanity coordinates with the dark wood of the bathroom door. The look is understated but is soft and welcoming.
This coastal cottage bathroom brings the beach indoors with a soothing blue and cream color palette. Painted white cabinets are glazed for a vintage look and then topped with blue-green countertops. A mix of tiles, from the matte shellstone floors to the blue glass and sea pebble mosaics, bring beautiful texture to the space.
A silver, white and cream color palette lends a glamorous yet soothing look to the hall bathroom of HGTV Green Home 2011, which features quartz countertops and a silver-leafed mirror. A shower curtain, custom-made for the space, hangs from the top of the wall to showcase the floor-to-ceiling bathtub surround and emphasize the 9-foot ceiling.
This lovely but rustic bathroom, featured on the HGTV seriesRun My Makeover, presents an old-world sensibility with its beadboard vanity cabinet, frosted glass panes and the shape and style of the vanity mirror. The light taupe and cream color scheme helps reinforce the bathroom's soft and relaxing feel.
This bathroom is drenched in soothing shades of cream, white and brown, interrupted by a red vanity that adds a shot of bold color to the space. A footstool with actual feet next to the tub adds even more character.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy reconfigured this small, dated bathroom with a spa-like design by using white and cream color tones and simple fixtures and materials for a successful makeover. The simple lines of the white vanity and gray marble countertop and floor create an airy, open feel that seems to enlarge the space exponentially.