Graphic black-and-white tile makes a bold dramatic statement in the shower. Simple subway tile is used throughout the rest of the space to balance, and the pitched ceiling adds height to the room. The clean-lined gray vanity is topped in simple white countertops.
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.
Tree-patterned wallpaper makes a bold statement in this small bathroom. A cluster of hanging globe pendants offers a fun lighting solution in front of the narrow mirror. Black tile surrounds the pedestal sink, breaking up the busy wallpaper pattern.
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.
Designer Vern Yip squeezes a lot of luxury into tight quarters in this Manhattan high-rise. To maximize the natural light streaming in from one lone window, Vern covered both the floor and main wall in Ann Sacks glass tile for its light-reflecting qualities. Because space is at a premium, the vanity features a slim, elliptical profile with 2 pivoting doors that swing out to provide plenty of storage for necessary toiletries.
Stylish White Master Bathroom Featuring Ann Sacks Lux Tile
The silver Ann Sacks Lux tile steals the show in this transitional master bathroom, immediately catching the eye and contrasting beautifully with the black flooring. Beneath the arched window, a freestanding tub adds a touch of drama and is perfectly positioned for basking in ample natural lighting.
This timeless bathroom features a handsome, masculine contemporary design with striking, geometric black and silver vanity with a mirrored top and contrasting white vessel sink. Wallpaper sparkles in a copper tone while reflecting light from the sconces on either side of the large, black-framed mirror. A glass door keeps the space open and feeling sleek.
“Black and white is a classic combination that I will always love,” says designer Brooke Wagner. “Using greenery in a high-contrast black and white room is a great way to soften it up a little, while still keeping the palette neutral.”