The fun decor and bright color scheme in this children’s bathroom is playful enough for a child to relate to, and chic enough for a grownup to love. Vintage swimsuits add a touch of whimsy while the large sink basin provides a lot of practicality.
This simple and stylish bathroom design is given decoration without clutter with the use of bold pops of color and a glass tile shower embellishment. A bright turquoise wall behind the toilet and vanity matches the tile panel showcasing shades of turquoise blue and green. The glass shower door and white walls keep the space feeling open.
This master bathroom features a custom-designed shower with a frameless enclosure, built-in niche, 12-inch rain showerhead and oil-rubbed-bronze hardware. The neutral tiling in the space is stylish yet timeless.
White is always a great choice for a bathroom from a design perspective. As seen here, white makes a space look crisp, streamlined and large, with a classic simplicity. A unique feature in this room is the glass shower that runs across the entire back wall.
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.
This master bath features three complimentary design finishes of Ann Sacks tile that make a bold statement in the small space. The tall glass shower enclosure creates a sense of height and visually made things appear much larger.