Brown tile floors add warmth to this spacious master bathroom, found in HGTV Green Home 2011. Dark wood vanities and large blue-framed mirrors create two separate vanity areas, each dressed with a different floral arrangement.
The brown porcelain tile floor carries up onto the shower walls, adding bold color in this tranquil bathroom. A glass shower door provides a seamless transition to the vanity area. A sleek white vessel sink and chrome faucet stand out against the dark quartz countertops.
Designed for a brother and sister with very minimal, modernist sensibility, this bathroom layout makes it easy to be used by at least two people at the same time. Separate rooms for the shower and toilet, touch-release custom oak cabinetry and a clean white backdrop complete the design.
The pristine guest bathroom features beautiful tile in shades of gray. A subway tile backsplash continues around half of the room, while intricate basketweave tile is underfoot. The dark vanity with its beadboard-inspired front is dressed up with metallic hardware and an undermount sink.
A sparkling contemporary bathroom with reflective sinks and small tiles covering the shower and vanity top. Tiles are angled at the floor with a criss-cross pattern. The vanity incorporates the clean lines of the architecture.
This contemporary bathroom has an edgy masculine vibe thanks to variegated brown tile on the walls. A floating trough sink adds dimension below a sparse industrial light fixture. The faucet is mounted sideways – an unexpected twist to the design.
The pairing of deep brown tile and glass walls gives the large shower in this master bathroom an elegant, masculine feel. The shower itself offers every luxury, including a large overhead faucet as well as a handheld one.