Photo By: Von Poll Immobilien, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: LINDROSS REMODELING
Photo By: Ben Rollins
Photo By: Jorge Ulibarri
Photo By: Beth Johnson, Bekel Home & Design
Photo By: Andrea Schumacher
Photo By: Kari McIntosh Dawdy
Traditional Bathroom With Mosaic Tile Floor
A mosaic tile floor adds depth to this traditional bathroom. A tile tub surround enhances the room's luxurious feel, while dual wood vanities and a cabinet above the tub provide plenty of storage space.
This master bathroom seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother was transformed by Team Drew. They replaced the old wallpaper with new paint, installed new floor and shower tiles and a new vanity.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, his luxurious master bathroom includes double sinks to make getting ready for the day much easier for you and your partner. The circular mirrors replace the traditional single mirror for a more modern look, while the mosaic tile in the shower adds a focal point for the entire space. These accents are complimented by natural cabinetry that provides plenty of additional storage for the room.
Bright, White Contemporary Bathroom With Tile Wainscoting & Flooring
This contemporary guest bathroom features white tile wainscoting along the walls and a penny tile floor. Polished metal legs support the simple white sink under an oval mirror and wall-mounted light fixture.
Many of the elements seen throughout the home were imported directly from Morocco. Here, stunning blue-and-white tiles create an elegant backsplash in this bathroom, combining well with the lacy sconces and delicately arched window.
Relax without a care in the world in this spacious master bathroom that offers the ultimate soaking tub, walk-in shower, and the perfect ambiance for peace and tranquility. The tile work makes this space truly inviting with detail trim, mosaic steps, and marble door surround. Add in the candle chandelier and you have a bathroom fit for royalty.
After: Transitional Bathroom with Tile Floors and Walls
Having split the spacious basement level bathroom, Georgia designer Beth Johnson created two separate spaces, each with a modern transitional style that is both family-friendly and welcoming to visitors of this lakehome. In both bathrooms, she chose more affordable and easy-to-maintain tile that looks like wood and gives the rooms a warm, rustic appearance. She moved the laundry area elsewhere in the basement.
Transitional, Neutral Bathroom With Tile and Glass Shower
The homeowners wanted to inject personality into their master bathroom, and designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy did it with a custom tile design and unique mirrors and lighting. An arts & crafts-style vanity from The Home Depot fits the home's architecture, while crisp cream and brown tile leaves the space feeling updated and fresh.