A glass sink basin is suspended from a floating glass countertop in this modern guest bathroom. While the absence of a vanity cuts down on storage, the glass countertop and shower door make the bathroom feel spacious and spa-like.
Beige stone tile covers the walls and floors of this bathroom for a peaceful, spa-like feel. An all-glass shower enclosure and large frameless mirror makes the space appear bigger and more open. A dark wood floating vanity with his and hers sinks anchors the room.
The large glass shower features neutral tile walls and pebble tile floors, creating a spa-worthy look. The floating vanity is glossy black and create an open, airy vibe, while a dressing table makes for the perfect spot to get ready. The whole space evokes Hollywood glam.
A walk-in shower and walk-in steam sauna each features a frameless glass door, bringing balance and visual interest to the space. A white soaker tub floats atop white tile flooring, visually expanding the space and adding to its ethereal, spa-like appeal. A contemporary chandelier dangles above like jewelry for the room.
Light blue glass subway tile delicately graces an accent wall, flowing into the shower and giving the feeling of space in this compact bathroom. The addition of a rain showerhead adds to the spa-like luxury while the geometric shapes of a small floating vanity and shelving ground the space with sophistication.
A sleek space with furnishings pared down, the master bathroom of the HGTV Urban Oasis 2013 invites relaxation. A 6-foot floating quartz vanity commands attention and breaks up a sea of tile in neutral tones. A bouquet of white flowers and a small chandelier are elegant touches that turn this contemporary bathroom into a spa oasis.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this spa-like bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with plenty of storage space.
The spa inspiration for this bathroom spills out into the entrance of the space. Two floating sinks adorn the vanity, which houses wicker baskets for towels. The space is lit by a large window with a thin curtain hanging in front of it to allow in plenty of light to the bathroom, but also to the adjoined master bedroom, making both spaces feel warm and inviting.
This custom project was built as the clients' "forever home." The uniquely designed entry system leads the visitor to four separate landings as the stairs wind around and turn from concrete to "floating steel" stairs towards the top. The concrete was formed to give it a unique detail, and there are two integrated planters along the way up as well. Inside, the home offers a three-stop elevator, two-sided fireplace, 26' exposed steel I-beam, spa-like master bath and hand fabricated custom perforated steel handrails.
In a guest bathroom, designer Alisa Hoffman took a creative approach to the design of the vanity. “By ‘floating’ the vanity cabinet we were able to open the space and light it from below which gives the illusion of expanding the room as the floor tile continues underneath the vanity, all the way to the wall,” says Hoffman. She designed the cabinetry with open storage for extra towels, baskets for toilet tissue and a space to sit down. “It’s reminiscent of being in a spa, an experience from which everyone leaves refreshed,” she says.
When designing a bathroom for a busy family of five, Wanda Ely used a wide trough-style sink that lets all three children brush their teeth at once and added clever storage solutions to store everyone’s essentials. “The clients wanted a white bathroom with Scandinavian, spa-like feel with open shelving,” says Ely. “The floating, rustic maple shelves had holes routed out of them to fit various glass and metal inserts that help hold and organize their belongings. Stainless steel inserts hold toothbrushes, glass test tubes hold flowers, glass cups hold miscellaneous items like hair elastics and cotton balls.”