A partition wall runs floor to ceiling in this luxurious bath, creating a focal wall with an open shower on one side and a soaker tub on the other. Marble tile is laid in a herringbone pattern, adding drama and beauty to the space. A large furniture piece offers storage for guest towels and other needed items, all of which are on gorgeous display.
This entertainment barn's guest bathroom features a gorgeous wood vanity with a soft gray marble countertop, twin sinks and a place to store towels below. A reclaimed wood ceiling and tin storage containers give a rustic feel to the space.
Down the hall, a door opens to this two-toned, transitional guest bathroom. An oversized mirror anchors the wall and makes the small space seem even larger, while cabinets on either end offer storage for extra towels and travel-sized products.
Create interest and texture with a collection of everyday and vintage bathroom items. This Victorian Gothic wall cabinet is filled with vintage cosmetic jars, ivory grooming implements, shells, sponges, towels and soaps. “If you have glass-fronted shelves, use it as an opportunity not just for storage but for display of interesting objects,” says Susan Sully, author of the book “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques” in which this home was featured. Sully also recommends painting the back of a cabinet a dark color to make light objects really stand out.
White marble covers the open floor space of this spacious master bath. Matching marble tile tops the bathtub for a cohesive look. Low white cabinetry keeps the upper walls open to contribute to the open feel. A gorgeous wood cabinet with glass doors provides stylish storage. A gold chandelier if fixed in the center of the ceiling, glowing against the stark white background.
This shower room takes spacious to a whole new level. A glass divider wall defines the shower space next to the gold faucet while the rest of the room remains open. Gray marble subway tile surrounds the walls while smaller tile coats the floor. A white claw foot tub rests against the wall opposite the shower with matching gold feet, faucets and towel racks.
Don’t ignore small spaces! A shelf is the perfect solution to storage scarcity in smaller bathrooms. Place one over the tub for towels, candles or shower gel or near the toilet for spare toilet paper and hand towels. Designer Karina Bryant of K_Souki Design Studio has a set of shelves wired for music or a TV hookup for bath time relaxation in her home, built by Imery Group.
To make the master bathroom feel a bit more modern, designer Kerra Michele Huerta brought in a sleek glass shower door, a clean-lined vanity and black pennytile floors. The vanity has space for towels underneath and so helps the bathroom stay clutter-free.
A large window allows natural light to fill this tranquil contemporary bathroom. A relaxing freestanding bathtub with a basket of towels and bathing essentials nearby contributes to the spa-like feel of the space.