A no-threshold shower with a glass enclosure helps this dramatically designed bathroom to feel as large and open as possible. A black and white chevron floor, wall sconces and a custom vanity lend glamour to the space.
In this modern bathroom, a clean geometric tub pairs with a rich black rug to create a formal and sophisticated space. The ombre curtains and upholstered armchair help soften the stark contrast, thus creating a look that's elegant and inviting.
Dual custom-made mirrors fit the space perfectly and flank the double vanity while bouncing light around the small space. The futuristic body bar lights add contemporary flair and echo the sleek look of the fixtures throughout the space.
Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room designs an open floor plan master suite. Hotel-style mirror panels act as a central divider between the bedroom, vanity area and large walk-through closet. The entire space evokes a resort-like feel at home.
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.
Ahhhh... At the end of a long day (or beginning of one!), sink into this large soaking tup for a recharge or just some relaxation. Simple brass-toned hardware keeps the bathroom looking classy, and the subway-tile-patterned floor brings a bit of tradition and nostalgia. A table near the tub is perfect for holding accents or towels.
The black and white palette of this master bathroom gives a clean, timeless look. Visual interest is brought in via cool faceted tiles on the walls, adding depth without being overwhelming. The floors are concrete with a black matte finish.
In the powder room, designers wanted to continue the comfortable, modern ranch style they started in the living room, so they anchored their design in the white shiplap that covers most of the walls in the house. Then, they added a wood vanity with a gray countertop that echoes the colors of the furniture in the living room. Finally, designers added a bit of edgy contrast with a black mirror, black fixtures and black sconces.