By including a sleeper sofa in the HGTV Smart Home 2015 living room, it can also double as the guest quarters. For this reason, a full bathroom is just steps away. “If you’re going to make a sleeper sofa part of the floor plan, you have to have a full bath on the same floor, or else you’re inconveniencing your guests,” explains HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum.
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.
Five of the castle's seven bedrooms feature private en suite bathrooms. This spacious full bath includes a claw-foot tub, pedestal sink and the same pitch pine floors found throughout the rest of the home.
This skillfully remodeled, urban home sits on large lot in the center of the most desired zip code in central Austin, Texas. The bungalow has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate casita with a full bath.
Add a tablecloth and centerpiece to your breakfast area. Seattle firm Judith Wright Design dressed up the homeowner’s original table with a tablecloth and florals to coordinate with the cushions she put on banquette in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association winner. Acrylic chairs add glam (often, new acrylic furniture is affordable) without hindering the view of the banquette.
This cozy, contemporary space, known as a warming hut, is connected to a luxurious Lake Tahoe home. It features sleeping quarters, a full bath, bar, ski locker room, fireplace, patio and hot tub. The house offers direct ski access and panoramic, 180-degree mountain views.
In this chic, yet sophisticated bedroom, two doors on the back wall are almost unnoticeable; however, they create a more functional space. One door opens to reveal a walk-in closet, giving the teen plenty of storage space, while the other connects her to a full bath.
The lighted frame of a custom mirror steals the show in this standout master bathroom. Quartz countertops are thick, giving them a weighty feel that balances the dark geometry of the custom cabinets. Full-overlay cabinet doors feature boxy modern hardware that echos the square marble tiles on the floor.
This bathroom is chock full of custom elements, like reclaimed wood shelves that add warmth to the cool blue-and-white space. In this upstairs bath, the design team chose blue penny tile and white subway tile for the walls, a counterpart to a downstairs bath with the colors reversed.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this gorgeous tiny home kitchen is filled with top-of-the-line amenities such as black granite countertops, a 4-burner gas range, full-sized stainless steel refrigerator and red oak hardwood floors. A cozy guest loft is situated just above a full bath hidden from view by a handmade wood sliding door.
Though it seems simple at first glance, this master bathroom is actually full of statement pieces. A star-inspired light fixture shines brightly overhead, while a chic black-and-white clawfoot tub soaks up views of the backyard via the bay window.
This side of the master bathroom is full of visual interest thanks to patterned shades, a clawfoot tub, textured baskets and a geometric side table. With natural light streaming in through the windows, the owners will have no trouble finding peace and serenity over here.
A sleek, white soaking tub grounded by a gorgeous wood surround brings a spa-like experience to the master bathroom. Ocean views are put on full display from the sliding glass door, and a linear, double-sided fireplace connects to the master bedroom on the other side.