This full bathroom is located on the residence's basement level. It feels trim and tailored with a floating vanity and charcoal gray floor. Mirrors and glass shower walls help visually open up the smaller room.
Having virtually no natural light to work with is one of the biggest design challenges when creating a basement bathroom. Add dramatic elements with texture that make the space feel less like a basement or more like a spa-like bathroom.
The bathroom in the basement bedroom has been transformed into a modern, functional space. Dark wood stains make the space feel warm, strong and masculine, which complements the green patterned tile in the shower, making the space feel sophisticated.
This modern basement bathroom features a red brick accent wall, lending a rustic look to the space. Simple white tiles cover the glass enclosed shower, while a rectangular sink basin gives the vanity a modern touch.
In this basement bathroom from the 2014 HGTV Smart Home, the orange vanity and matching mirror are a great color accent against white walls and a white countertop, and pick up on orange wall accents and original art. Two mounted stainless steel lamps with small shades surround the mirror and match the stainless steal towel rack, faucet and drawer handles.
Mosaik Design and Fig Studio remodeled the basement to include a fabulous guest bathroom with a walk-in shower and stylish gray vanity. Touches of color in the backsplash and tiled shower complement the cream walls.
A private entry hall offers its own reach-in storage and access to the basement bathroom at the 2014 HGTV Smart Home. The hallway space features finished concrete floors, burnt orange racing stripes and original artwork.
Mosaic tiles and jellybean-shaped stones transformed this guitar into an eclectic conversation piece. The original art piece is a featured decorative item in the basement bathroom at the 2014 HGTV Smart Home in Nashville, Tenn.
As seen in HGTV Smart Home 2014, this basement bathroom is far from dreary with its bright burnt orange racing stripes. Easy to clean and durable, concrete floors — which can withstand the toughest of crowds — cover the floor.
Cool and contemporary is most effectively expressed in the basement bathroom at HGTV Smart Home 2014, where white quartz countertops are paired with vibrant orange accents. Wild guitar art echos the fun-filled vibe found in the adjacent basement rec room.
Nestled in the corner of the basement, this bathroom used to be dark and dated. The entire space is brightened up with creamy wall paint, seagrass limestone countertops and pearly moss-colored shower subway tile.
The small wood vanity base contrasts the cool-toned gray and white coloring of the bathroom. Backlighting shines out behind the mirror to illuminate the decorative gray granite countertop and creates a cool modern look over the textured finish of the walls.
Having split the spacious basement level bathroom, Georgia designer Beth Johnson created two separate spaces, each with a modern transitional style that is both family-friendly and welcoming to visitors of this lakehome. In both bathrooms, she chose more affordable and easy-to-maintain tile that looks like wood and gives the rooms a warm, rustic appearance. She moved the laundry area elsewhere in the basement.