A monochromatic color palate gives this bathroom a unified, relaxing look. Glass shower doors make the room feel more open and not crammed. One long vanity provides more counterspace than two separate units.
A rich red Persian runner adds bold color to the transitional bathroom, while the woven window shade brings in tactile appeal. Marble tile is used throughout the bathroom and shower to create a truly luxurious design.
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.
Large windows bring natural light and seamlessly the blend the indoors and out in this rustic yet contemporary bathroom. Natural wood cabinets provide much-needed storage and are topped with soft neutral countertops.
A soft neutral tile is used on bathroom flooring, tub surround and shower, creating a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere. Two separate vanities in dark brown contrast against the neutral and feature stone neutral countertops.
This full bathroom is located on the residence's basement level. It feels trim and tailored with a floating vanity and charcoal gray floor. Mirrors and glass shower walls help visually open up the smaller room.
This basement used to be an unfinished laundry room and a small living space that doubled as a storage room. Now it's a mudroom, full bathroom, laundry room, bar area, TV room and kids’ playroom—so usable for a family of four!
Just off the kitchen, there is a full bathroom that beautifully complements the rest of the first floor. Soft, blue walls keep the small space open and comforting, while dark cabinets accent the space, and the framed tile piece above the floating shelf adds a little texture to the space.
To give a family in Santa Monica, California, the multipurpose guest house/screening lounge they’d dreamed of, the design team at Spazio LA turned to an unexpected place: the four-car garage. "We converted half of the space while leaving the other half as a two-car garage," said the designers. "The space now includes a full screening room, a bar-kitchenette, a full bathroom and a Murphy bed for overnight guests."