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.
A frameless glass shower door opens to reveal easy access to shower controls in this contemporary bathroom. When closed, the doors offer an uninterrupted view of the clean-lined, deep soaking tub and gray tile that extends to the ceiling.
Two different accent tiles make a statement and add a pop of color against the large white tiles in this custom shower. A frameless glass enclosure creates a custom feel and lends contemporary flair to the transitional bathroom.
A double-wide, frameless glass-enclosed shower is the centerpiece of this simple yet elegant bathroom. Large cream-colored tile on the lower half of the shower contrasts against the small glass tiles used on the floor and top of the shower. The clean, reflective surfaces of the tile make the entire bathroom brighter.
The gray and white color palette in this contemporary master bath gives the room a clean, airy feeling. A frameless glass enclosure keeps the streamlined shower in view, and white subway tile is accented by gray mosaic tile on the floor and inside a functional niche. White marble surrounds the shower, and floor tile is laid in a tight herringbone pattern for added interest.
Haddad Hakansson designed this small kitchen employing a neutral color palette, integrated appliances and sleek cabinetry to amplify space and to allow the Boston view to become a prominent feature. In this photo, a glass cooktop and a small range hood were set amid the kitchen cabinetry, with small mosaic tile providing a continuous effect. The cabinets are rift frameless oak with a gray wash.
Multi-hued marble and a frameless glass door blends traditional and contemporary design in this streamlined shower. A decorative inset pattern adds interest, while a bench adds function and convenience.