Open floor space, a neutral color palette and bright lighting elevate the spacious and airy look of this room. The rich wood stain draws the eye as a warm element against the cool tones of the gray and white.
Black drawer and cabinet handles create a small contrast to the monochromatic white design of this bathroom double vanity. Separate mounted mirrors with sconces above put the finishing touches on the vanity spaces. Facing the vanity a glass door walk in shower opens into a subway tile interior.
This home used to be a duplex before Good Bones' Mina and Karen reconfigures the entire first floor, removing walls to create an open floor plan and reworking the home's front entrance. When they put the home on the market, they not only staged the home with stylish, modern furniture, they had local artists display their work for the open house. The setup for the open house is featured in this photo.
A soft blue tint to the glass show door matches the tufted blue seat set in the open floor over a fluffy, faux fur rug. The white marble floor extends up the shower walls decorated with a tile accent panel. A large double vanity set up turns the corner opposite the bathtub. White marble countertop and built in cabinets surround the his and hers sinks under large mirrors and victorian sconces.
An open walk in and half walls give this already spacious shower an even more open design, connecting it to the rest of the bathroom. Gold shower heads and storage cubbies are mirrored on either side of the built in bench. Neutral marble tile covers the fixture for a timeless look.
This master bathroom was designed as an ultimate couples retreat with double sinks, double shower heads and a two-person tub. Houseplants—both on the floor and hanging—add a welcome organic note into the mix.
Marble subway tile gives a cool and calm finish to this shower interior. A double shower head set up is positioned for water coverage over the floating seat and in the standing floor space. A built in cubby provides easily accessible storage.
To give the Olsons the ultimate master suite, Chip Wade and his team from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room created an open air bathroom with double vanities, a double shower, a large soaker tub and beautiful light fixtures. This bathroom is visible from any area of the suite and also has the benefit of the natural light let in by the wall of windows in the suite.
This elegant master bath with neoclassical touches includes a double entry shower. A floating tub separates the his and hers vanities, while textured wood floors add a rustic appeal. Sophisticated wallpaper creates a subtle design element.