Glass shower walls keep this bathroom feeling spacious and bright. Small blue, gray and white tile decorate a support beam in the shower for a decorative effect. Black marble countertop on the vanity is echoed by the sponged look of the gray shower wall. A tall wood cabinet creates concealed storage space.
The half wall between shower and tub allowed the tub plumbing to remain concealed while preserving the clean lines of the design. The curves of the fixture and slipper tub are echoed throughout the design of the room.
The beautifully crafted ﬂoating walnut wall tiles evoke blooming ﬂowers throughout the entryway and stairs. To add a statement-making touch, the panels are backlit. Plus, a concealed door leads to to the master bath. With the door shut the wall appears seamless, but when opened it provides access to the magniﬁcent lotus mosaic shower.
A carefully placed cast-iron soaking tub conceals the wall-hung toilet in this contemporary bathroom with engineered quartz surfaces. The large walk-in shower is equipped with steam, digital controls, rain showerhead, hand-held wand and in-shower seating.
This spacious walk-in shower with adjacent bathtub is decoratively accented with neutral tones and a tiled backsplash. A roller shade conceals the large window for privacy, while still allowing natural light to flow into the room.
A striking Striato marble island and two-toned, modern cabinetry create a show-stopping kitchen in this Los Angeles-area home. Five mercury-dipped pendants illuminate the island's dining surface, and three bold blue barstools provide a great perch for dining or chatting with the cook. Concealed and built-in appliances streamline the space.
Mesh cabinet doors allow yellow shelves to show through and brighten this cottage-inspired laundry room. A fabric skirt conceals the washer and dryer, while concrete-cast plank flooring mirrors the reclaimed wood used on the ceiling.
Designer Todd Davis worked two smart space-creating solutions into this small San Francisco bathroom remodeling project. A built-in cabinet conceals storage for linens and toiletries without adding any visual clutter, while a small niche in the shower space offers a spot to leave soap and shampoo without taking up much real estate.