The walls of this coastal bathroom are tiled in blue glass subway tile, while the walk-in shower has a mosaic backsplash. The floors are covered in grass cloth-inspired porcelain, while a simple vanity and coastal accessories complete the design.
Shades of white, gray, and neutral makes this contemporary master bathroom a serene space that is accented with wood grain tile floors, a modern white freestanding bathtub, chandelier, white cabinets, and soft gray glass subway tile backsplash.
The open, walk-in style shower design leaves the bathing area looking and feeling extra spacious. Blue glass subway tile shines against the square, white bathtub base. A built in wall cubby provides easily accessible storage and keeps with the simplicity of the design.
After a remodel, this kitchen has a fresh backsplash consisting of white subway tiles and green glass tiles. The remodel left existing cabinets in place while adding new appliances, lighting and countertops.
Black drawer and cabinet handles create a small contrast to the monochromatic white design of this bathroom double vanity. Separate mounted mirrors with sconces above put the finishing touches on the vanity spaces. Facing the vanity a glass door walk in shower opens into a subway tile interior.
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.
Covered in white subway tile, this contemporary bathroom looks sleek and bright. A single glass shower wall lets in natural light from the shower window to keep with the airy feel. Red tile shower flooring pops in the all-white space.
This frameless glass door shower has an effortless contemporary look and sophisticated color palette. The shower’s basketweave tile floor, field subway tile and vertical band of glass mosaic accent tile adorn the space with beautiful form and function.
This remodel was in conjunction with a few other projects in one residence, all in preparation for the arrival of a new baby.
The shower stayed in the same place, although the plumbing was moved. The toilet was moved to the opposite wall, and the sink was moved to the center of the bathroom. A freestanding tub was then installed on the opposite wall from the shower. Classic white subway tile on the shower walls and tub wall create a clean backdrop for the geometric pattern cement floor tiles.
White subway tile paired with the glass front white cabinets makes this small kitchen look and feel larger than it really is. The small dishwasher is installed next to the sink for easy cleanup, while a vintage faucet is reconditioned and then wall-mounted to allow for a larger sink.