A floating toilet fits perfectly in the corner of this neutral bathroom. A modern flushing button is mounted to the wall for a clean and functional look. The dark taupe floor tile adds depth to the light color palette.
This contemporary bathroom features white walls with contrasting dark brown tiled floors, creating the ultimate minimalistic feel. A half wall between the main bathroom area and toilet allows for the spaces to feel private and divided.
For this stunning bathroom, designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All pulls out all the technology stops, including heated flooring, a steam shower and a remote-controlled toilet that features a nightlight, bidet and even a self-cleaning function. Large square tiles form the wall behind the freestanding tub adding glamorous sparkle. Candice brings character to the room by repurposing the homeowner's dresser as the vanity.
Sure signs for replacing a toilet include recurring clogs, porcelain cracks and scratches, and needing to replace too many parts in the tank. But these days, one reason reigns supreme for replacing the porcelain throne: water conservation. Toilet flushing accounts for nearly 30 percent of residential indoor water consumption according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). You can save $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilet in your home by going with a high-performance, low-flow option. That long-term savings trumps an inexpensive, temporary fix on an older toilet model.
Wood cabinets at the bottom of the vanity space add warmth to the bright, white look of this bathroom. A modern floating toilet blends with the white walls. Neutral tile covers the floor while the long, thin tile of the backsplash adds green and blue hues for a breath of color.
As seen on HGTV's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis, NBA superstar LeBron James and countless volunteers completely renovated the bathroom in the Riley home. A new vanity with duel sinks is a valuable addition for this family of 5. The floor is now tiled with black and white hexagon tiles, there is a new toilet and new mirrors.
This large shower features 18"x36" porcelain tiles laid in a brick pattern, creating a look of large slabs of polished stone that can be seen through the frameless glass. The architecturally designed toilet has full ceramic sides so that no plumbing lines are visible.
Large slabs of marble are used to create the walls inside and outside the shower. The walls around the vanity feature small square marble tiles to add texture. The luxurious bathroom has a large, walk-in shower, freestanding bathtub and contemporary double vanity.