Updated Shower With Glass Door & White Subway Tile
This remodel was in conjunction with a few other projects in one residence, all in preparation for the arrival of a new baby.
The shower stayed in the same place, although the plumbing was moved. The toilet was moved to the opposite wall, and the sink was moved to the center of the bathroom. A freestanding tub was then installed on the opposite wall from the shower. Classic white subway tile on the shower walls and tub wall create a clean backdrop for the geometric pattern cement floor tiles.
Bright Country Bathroom With Book-Page Wall Decor & Skirted Sink
Careful attention to design ensured that this already-small bathroom would not feel closed in. Wine boxes add beautiful, warm color and create easy storage. A skirt for the sink provides extra storage underneath, and the pages of an old book are taped to the wall for inexpensive and effective decoration.
Half Bathroom Brings the Outside Into This Mountain Cabin
Designers wanted to bring the outdoors in, so they covered the home's half bathroom with wallpaper that would simulate forest trees. Then, they added a rich, wood vanity and shelf made from local trees and a funky vessel sink. Finally, the design was finished off with a chandelier to give the room an elegant touch.
Traditional Guest Bathroom with White Paneling and Marble Tile and Countertops
This traditional guest bathroom features white wall paneling and an inset flanking mirror. The room also has touches of gray in the marble tile flooring, countertops and brushed nickel fixtures that mirror the wall color.
Black and White Contemporary Bath with Hexagonal Tile
White hexagonal tile provides texture on the walls of this contemporary bathroom, while patterned black-and-white floor tile brings the space visual punch. The rich wood tone of the floating vanity helps ground the room and warm up the palette of cool neutrals.
Chic White Bathroom with Red Chair and Sleek Cabinets
Keep it simple. By using a modest color palette with just a pop of color from the red chair, this bathroom demonstrates simple elegance in a small area. If possible, avoid buying window treatments to create an illusion of more space. “A minimalist look eases the budget,” says Stephanie Andrews of Atlanta-based Balance Design.
The homeowners didn't want to compromise on luxury when building their tiny home, so designers included a full sized shower, vanity and mirror in the bathroom space. Detailed tile and marble help to give the small space a more sophisticated look, while transom windows and additional, artificial lights keep the space feeling bright and open.
Contemporary Bath with Patterned Black and White Tile
Playful tile provides loads of visual interest in this otherwise crisp and understated bathroom. Black and white patterned tile creates a focal point on the floor, white hexagonal tiles carry the two-toned color scheme to the shower. Brass accents warm up the space.
This sleek master bathroom features a water-efficient toilet with a motion-controlled cover and lid, heated seat and foot warmer. Built-in speakers make it easy to enjoy your favorite music even when taking a shower.
Colorful Small Bathroom with Blue Vanity and Band of Tile
Even if you can't afford to do a tile wall, a small band of tile above the countertop pulls together the hues of the vanity and countertops. If you have a vanity with drawers, you can decorate the countertop with items such as vintage-looking bottles in the free space that makeup and other bathroom essentials would otherwise occupy.
Navy-Blue Bathroom With Mosaic Tile Floor in Shades of Blue
This small bathroom thinks big, thanks to a doorless shower with blue tile accents, glossy navy walls, an airy vintage console-style sink, and a floor of penny tiles in random, complementary shades of blue.