Dark cabinetry lends a clubhouse feel to this transitional Colorado kitchen, while sleek, modern touches like the elevated glass countertop add glamour and interest. The roomy, built-in wine fridge is a custom touch.
A translucent glass countertop finished with LED lights fills this glamorous powder room with soft luminescence. A sleek floating vanity, white vessel sink and polished chrome fixtures balance this dramatic design element.
A glass topped counter wraps around the perimeter of this sleek and sophisticated, modern kitchen. Neutral wood cabinets and island create a natural feel that extends out to a living space with matching, built-in wood shelves and a stone accent wall with a fireplace.
A smooth, horizontal-grain finish lends a sleek look to the floating vanity in this powder room. The simple style of the vanity allows the more glamorous elements of the room – like the translucent glass countertop and silver leaf tile backsplash – to take center stage.
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.
Instead of using color to create visual interest, this all-white kitchen livens up its look by incorporating different textures (marble, wood) and patterns, like the mosaic-tile backsplash for the cooktop.
The custom niche inside the shower of this California guest bathroom is crafted from remnants of the tub deck and recycled-glass countertop. The homeowners love blue, and even their bath products play well with the room's Caribbean color palette.
Make sure your bathroom will age gracefully along with you. If you’re going to remodel it anyway, you will never regret adding universal design features that accommodate users of all ages and physical capabilities. Typical UD features include handheld sprays, grab bars, wider doors and curbless showers. It’s a minimal expense to install these features during construction compared to adding them later, and modern versions look sophisticated and design-forward, as in this sleek bath from Greige Design.