Wonderful wallpaper makes this bathroom sing. In the small alcove, birds and butterflies look not at all precious paired with the black-and-white floor. On the other walls, clean white subway tiles are a quiet background for the vibrant patterns.
Designers chose a more masculine palette for this master bathroom: black, white and earth tones. The wall behind the tub dazzles with a large-scale graphic pattern. Black penny tiles for the floor and toiletries alcove are a fun play on scale.
This master bathroom brings to mind a Roman bath house. His-and-her alcoves are divided by square tapered columns, while green mosaic tile, candle sconces and a round mirror define each space. Wall-mounted faucets and plaster sinks complete the look.
See this bathroom on HGTV.com! This contemporary bathroom features dark cabinets, marble countertops, and sconce lighting. It also boasts an alcove bathtub with one glass wall. Windows above the bathtub also provide natural light.
Imagine lying back in this luxurious soaking tub and enjoying the view out the window. The bathroom isn’t bad to look at either. The rich caramel walls warm up the crisp white marble, cabinetry and molding. Having the vanity and mirror recessed into the alcove saves space but adds style.
This traditional white bathroom with its alcoved back wall features rustic-style sconces, custom wood shelving for easy and decorative storage, and a white marble countertop. A vessel sink adds simple elegance to the space and coordinates well with the faucet and green tile backsplash.
This modern bathroom is a space of luxury. The black and white motif, with brass accents, features a deep oval soaking tub that's black on the outside and white on the inside, with a brass faucet, set in a cherry walled alcove with windows. The black honeycomb pattern tile floor complements the white rectangular tiled walls. The double sink vanity in black and white sits below two twin, brass-framed mirrors.
This transitional bathroom has a recessed nook for a free-standing tub. A built-in alcove with a mosaic tile backsplash adds visual interest to the wall while also keeping bath time essentials handy. Overhead, recessed lighting keeps the space bright and open.