Because pedestal tubs appear to float in their surroundings, they can be a wise choice for compact bathrooms. Not only do they take up less visual space, but their smaller footprint also exposes more flooring, which is preferable when showing off intricate hexagonal floor tiles like these.
The brown and white graphic wallpaper in this modern bathroom creates a great visual effect. The white frame of the mirror matches the wallpaper shape creating a nice complement in the design. The white sink is a traditional rectangle shape on the outside, with a modern inward slope on the inside.
This contemporary master bathroom features a custom cherry vanity and Piedrafina countertop. Duel mirrors reflect the space and make it feel twice as big. The angled cabinetry complements the neutral tile flooring, making for a more dramatic setup.
A glass enclosed shower caps off the end of this long, slender bathroom design. The floating double vanity feature glass, box shaped vessel sinks with mounted stainless steel faucets. Sleek storage drawers and open shelves are built in to maintain the organized and smooth look.
Here's a fun idea: To break up the boxy shape of this bathroom, the freestanding tub was placed at an angle in one corner. Its graceful curves are another welcome foil to the room's crisp, angular lines.
A sparkling contemporary bathroom with reflective sinks and small tiles covering the shower and vanity top. Tiles are angled at the floor with a criss-cross pattern. The vanity incorporates the clean lines of the architecture.
A sharp-angled soaking tub makes a mod, geometric statement in this beautiful taupe bathroom. Beside the tub, a sleek glass wall provides separation from the luxurious shower area, which features two shower heads.