Graphic-patterned wallpaper lends a contemporary vibe to this spacious, elegant bathroom. Soft neutral tiles in varying sizes make up the floor and shower wall, while a deep soaker bathtub is positioned perfectly to take in the natural light.
A mosaic tile backsplash makes for a stunning backdrop to the mirror, while a traditional white vanity is topped with a charcoal countertop and features glass knobs. Large gray tiles ground the bathroom.
This transitional guest suite bathroom is designed as a second master suite in this 2014 Tampa Bay Showcase Home. The home features Tuscan-inspired design, so designer Don Sharp brings elements of the style into the bathroom with earthy brown floor tile, a dark wood vanity and pops of soft blue in the art and window treatments.
Bathroom With White Tub, Gray Tile Floor & Marble Countertop
This bathroom features a white standalone tub, Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray walls, a Visual Comfort chandelier from Jacqueline Chandelier, a Carrara marble countertop, a gray porcelain tile floor from Crossville Bedrock, and an indoor-outdoor Samode rug from Dash and Albert.
Art Deco-Inspired Master Bathroom With Contemporary Edge
Built-in cabinets with clean lines provide much-needed storage in this elegant bathroom. The walk-in shower features monochromatic marble tile walls, black-and-white contrasting floor tiles and a glass door. The open vanities create a light and airy atmosphere.
An expansive master bathroom with all the amenties is a spa-like retreat for the homeowners. The custom-designed double vanity and dressing table are clad in gorgeous marble countertops, while an archway leads to a relaxing soaker bathtub surrounded by the same marble.
To open up this bathroom, light gray marble subway tiles are used on the walls. A pedestal sink has a small footprint and floating shelves are added for necessities. The gold-framed mirror helps to visually expand the space.
Modern Stonehurst Bathroom With Glass Shower Wall, Marble Stone Detailing and Decorative, Hanging Silver Globes
A glass wall blocks off the shower while still keeping the bathroom feeling completely open. Marble stone creates a water safe flooring for the bathing areas and large windows flood the space with natural lighting and great outdoor views.
To give this bathroom all the blissed-out feeling of a spa, the designer included a freestanding soaking tub and a leather chaise. The accent wall behind the tub is teak, durable around moisture.
The other walls are finished in a concrete render.
The wormy chestnut vanity in this bathroom was topped with a thick concrete top and semi-recessed sink. In order to complement the rustic farmhouse look, the designer finished the floor and three of the walls with tiles made to look like weathered lumber. Tiling to the ceiling leaves the room feeling taller than it actually is.