The polished-chrome faucet with white ceramic handles adds to the antique feel of the tub. Designer Randall Waddell says, "The reflective elements of the space bring the subdued overall tone of the bathroom to life."
A soaking tub adds a contemporary touch to this cottage bathroom. Plaid curtains, a three-legged antique wood stool, a painted wood stepping stool and a painted lantern-style pendant light bring a homier feel to the room.
Walker Zanger stone floors set the stage for the exposed polished nickel plumbing and towel warmer, the antique silver chandelier and leaded glass window. The Water Monopoly tub was fashioned after a 19th-century French tub and stands surrounded by neutral Waterworks and Sonoma Tilemakers tile.
Designers created an updated, modern bathroom by using a neutral color palette to brighten the space and reflect the light that pours into the space from the windows. To add a touch of the traditional to the space, two antique platters were hung above the tub to complete the space.
The clawfoot tub gets re-porcelained and updated with new tub hardware, and the brick floors are restored and given a poly coat. The custom vanity was made using an antique dresser that Home Town hosts Erin and Ben Naiper bought at auction.
This large transitional bath is a relaxing retreat thanks to the large freestanding tub and a glass-enclosed walk-in shower. Extensive neutral tile and antiqued cabinetry complement the warmth of the rich-toned wood flooring.
This adorable midcentury modern bathroom is filled with fun vintage accents and pops of color. An antique telephone ties in neatly with the black and white dressing table. And just try not to smile at the mint green bathtub and sink.
This bathroom puts a rustic twist on spa style with wood-paneled walls, rough-hewn wood beams and a soaking tub with dramatic views. The custom cabinets were made from antique barn boards, and the sinks are antique terra-cotta planters.
Pink, pink, pink, everywhere in this teen's bathroom. Bizazza iridescent glass mosaic tiles on the walls and floors layer of irridescent sparkle with the matte walls. A white antique clawfoot tub adds the final feminine flourish.
Designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All fills this glitzy bathroom with spa-like amenities, including heated flooring, a deep soaking tub and a two-person rain shower head. For a wow factor, Candice hangs faceted chains behind the tub for a bit of sparkle to contrast the antique wood dresser.
A yellow, footed tub framed by yellow, floral curtains make a cozy place to bathe. A wood cabinet, antique door with glass handle and a blue, distressed footstool complete the French Country aesthetic.
The largest bathroom that luxury tiny home builders, Tyson and Michelle Speiss, have ever built, this space measures at a whopping 29 square feet and features a 4-foot antique-style clawfoot tub, hardwood floors, a modern vanity and more.
Gently arched ceilings in the master bedroom suite are finished in shiplap paneling. The slim canopy bed gets treated to hand-embroidered Leontine linens from Tribute Goods. Antique doors connect the bedroom to the adjacent spa bathroom with a soaking tub and steam shower.