New induction cooktop models are being outfitted with all kinds of neat tricks, like this Bluetooth-enabled sous vide accessory from GE. Sous vide, a restaurant cooking method that can be tough for home chefs to pull off, involves slow-cooking via temperature-controlled water bath, which results in tender texture and intense flavors. The GE accessory communicates with the cooktop, keeping the temperature even and under control, so you don’t have to stay tethered to the stove.
Stark white walls allow bright green accessories to really pop in this modern kids bathroom. A lime green faucet on the floating sink matches the green stools, while a darker shade of green is used for the bath towels.
A long vintage area rug adds color and pattern over the master bathroom’s wood floor, and a travertine pedestal table by the tub offers a spot for bath accessories or a beverage to sip while enjoying a soak.
Creating a serene tucked-away retreat, the surround of this soaking tub features frosted glass and a wall that combines mosaic tile with a textured leaf pattern. The inset shelf makes a perfect landing pad for candles or bath accessories.
Subway tile is laid in a modified brick pattern, adding interest to the white walls of this sleek, contemporary bath. Gray tile is offset by gold accessories, including luxe gold damask-pattern guest towels.
Functional yet attractive, this chrome widespread faucet is a lovely choice for this white bathroom by maintaining its simple lines. The green and black bathroom accessories in a ceramic materials add other practical elements for the bath.
This traditional white tile shower features a blue patterned accent trim near the large mounted shower head. The white tile extends from the ceiling to the white bathtub. A small indented cubby provides built-in storage for soap and other bath accessories.
A wall-mounted faucet and wall-mounted bath accessories keep the sleek sink clear of clutter in the boy's bathroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The blue and yellow color theme is inspired by David Hockney's 1978 artwork "Swimming Pool with Reflection."
This updated guest bathroom features a shower with large subway tile, bath accessory niche, and brand new fixtures. Throughout the house, the Marron Cohiba granite was used as countertop material to help with cost, as well as keep some high contrast and interest with its organic, textured finish.
This spa-like master bathroom combines sleek, modern finishes with romantic, traditional accessories, giving the space an eclectic and slightly enigmatic vibe. Frameless glass surrounds the shower, visually expanding the space. Faux bois tile is laid in a herringbone pattern, a modern twist on parquet flooring.
Three tall panes of leaded, frosted glass provide privacy for a shower created from a window bay in this storybook carriage house. The open shower features a waterfall shower head, and a sliding mechanism allows for a barn door-style enclosure. A petite teak table keeps bathing accessories close at hand for guests.
Relaxing bath time accessories await on a rustic handmade stool. “Anytime I have the ability to add some type of stool outside of the bathtub it makes it more spa like,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.