One of the most exquisite vineyard estate properties in all of Solano County, this California home is located in Vacaville's Pleasant Valley in the ultra-premium wine growing area known as the California North Coast. The approximately 10,000-square-foot Italian masterpiece boasts seven bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, four half bathrooms, an incredible eat-in kitchen, a great room, a movie theater, a ballroom, decks, a lanai, a gigantic eight-car garage and extraordinary architectural detail.
White subway tiles stretch halfway up the wall in this serene bathroom, providing subtle contrast against the light blue upper half of the walls. A clean-lined pedestal sink with a sleek faucet completes the space.
This master bath is centered around a Roman tub with a mosaic surround with detailing, which echoes the mosaic half-dome ceiling overhead. Blue polished plastic walls are hand-stenciled in a French neoclassic design.
Each bathroom in this Arizona home has a touch of luxury. Marble subway tiles are used for the shower walls and as half walls around the rest of the bathroom. A curvy vanity adds a feminine touch, while mirrored sconces flank the sophisticated mirror.
TriplePoint Design Build fashioned many of the decorative items in this master bathroom to mimic the vintage styles of the 1920s. For example, they installed a decorative-patterned frosted glass half window over this storage chest for a classic touch. It coordinates beautifully with the black and white tile of the room and yellow and black sunflower arrangement.
This photo of a Pure Interiors Design bathroom proves that dissimilar styles can form a unifying presence with an expert approach and hands-on treatment. The white subway tile that lines both the shower stall and half of the interior walls of the room makes a appealing connection with the ornamented blue and white toile wallpaper, as if nothing else would have been appropriate but this look.
The vanity in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 master bathroom from is illuminated by a huge frame of light. A walk-in closet off the bathroom comes in handy when one half of a couple wants to dress before the other one gets up. Glass subway tile used as accent in the shower surround forms the floor-to-ceiling backsplash above the furniture-style vanity.
Even shipping container homes are bigger in Texas. Called PV14 House, since it uses 14 shipping containers, this Dallas home from M Gooden Design is one of the largest at 3,700 square feet. This home contains three bedrooms, a den, entertainment area, three-and-a-half bathrooms and a two-car garage. There’s also a small penthouse and a large roof deck. A glass-fronted second floor, complete with a full-length balcony, maximizes prime views of a lake and park across the way.
This guest bathroom features chair railing on the lower half of the walls and a serene shade of green painted on the top half. The bathroom also features a window bench with a striking red pillow to accessorize.
The track lighting fixture shines on the glossy gray mosaic tile accent wall of this transitional bathroom. The dark structure of the vanity contrasts the white countertop and neutral split wall with half paint and half subway tile. A towel with dark yellow stripes and coordinating candle holder add soft color to the gray bathroom.
A bold yellow floral wallpaper provides cheery contrast to the dark tile used on the lower half of this bathroom's walls. The console sink and sleek sconces also contribute to the bathroom's transitional style.
With white walls, a warm wood vanity and blue accents, this Asian-inspired bathroom feels fresh and light. A graphic print on the window's half-shade brings visual punch and privacy, while also allowing in natural light.
This master bathroom is a study in contrasts: one side of the room features an expansive bank of black cabinets and drawers. The room's other half is clad in gray-and-white marble and dedicated to a curbless shower and freestanding tub.
The faux treatment on this powder room's walls give it the look of a 17th-century French chateau. Simple techniques and unique accessories can give your half bath the royal treatment — even if you live in an apartment in Cleveland.
The fish on the wallpaper in this bathroom give the space a lakeside feeling, while the wood paneling on the lower half of the wall add texture to the space. In this room, the position of sea and land have been inverted, with the fish above and the floral print below, giving the space a touch of whimsy.