A pair of dark wood vanities contrast beautifully against the neutral palette in this master bath. Chunky farmhouse sinks top each vanity, and a basket of towels awaits you as you step out of the shower.
Soak away your day in this deep, freestanding tub. This master bath is set in a neutral color palette with walls of mosaic tile and softened with white towels and a large window that provides substantial natural light.
When all the fixtures and main design choices in your bathroom are white and/or neutral, you can make changes easily. Get a completely new look through shower curtains, towels, bath mats and accessories without spending a lot of money or time.
This master bath, designed by Barry Dixon, exudes subtle luxury—a cozy fireplace, handsome marble tiles stretching up the walls, even a table for tea in front of the fire. A large wardrobe provides storage for towels and other necessities.
This cottage powder room gets an updated look with white wainscoting, a modern mirror, and a pop of orange in the towels. The stacked baskets on the floor are a great way to house bath products when using a pedestal sink.
When they need to freshen up, guests can make use of this attached bath, which features a large mirror, floating vanity and soaking tub. Glass shelves decorate the wall to the right and keep extra towels and washcloths close by.
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.
A freestanding bathtub with brass fixtures sits beneath a “fireplace" cutout surrounded by turquoise-hued tile. Custom cabinetry offers towel storage, and a built-in wine rack sets the stage for a luxurious bathing experience. Cork plank flooring is durable and easy to clean.
After a day of sunbathing and swimming, the owners can retreat to their master bath for a little R&R. A floating vanity keeps extra towels and other essentials on hand, while the glass-enclosed shower and built-in bench create a spa-like atmosphere.
A brown and beige color scheme creates a neutral yet soothing bathroom. The expansive vanity provides plenty of space for preparing for the day, and drawers below can hold a great deal of towels and other bath supplies. Tub or shower? It's your choice!
Despite its small stature, this guest bath has a ton of storage: a floating cupboard, medicine cabinet and a vanity with drawers offer plenty of room for towels and travel-sized products. Meanwhile, a quartz topper and white-painted wood paneling infuse the space with some history and charm.
In a room with abundant natural light, you don’t need bold hues to create a bright and cheerful energy. In this coastal master bath, for example, crisp white on the walls, countertop, and cabinets makes the slightest hint of contrast from the pale gray towels and natural woven baskets stand out, adding just enough interest to keep the space serene but not stark. Open shelving and Shaker-style cabinetry completes the clean, modern look.
Sleek and sophisticated, this custom vanity is stocked with storage options. Designer Tracy Black designed this elegant, oversized piece, which measures an eye-catching nine feet long and 25 inches deep. "A vanity is so much more practical and functional with deep drawers instead of just doors," she says. The roomy drawers and center cabinets easily accommodate bath and beauty products, hair-styling tools and more. The lower open shelf is a practical spot for storing towels or baskets and prevents the vanity from overpowering the room.
By using neutral colors for walls and fixtures, bathrooms can change colors with their towel and accessory choices. The bright orange here, however, is stupendous against the gray-green and white wall tile and mosaic tile flooring by Ann Sacks. The bathroom by Kathy Geissler Best of KGB Interior Design is designed as a user-friendly bath with access to both the home's pool and main house. It is divided into distinct zones including a separate shower and changing area.