This bathroom started out with a huge roman raised tub and orange floral wallpaper. It has been transformed into an all-white transitional master bathroom oasis. The space is given elegance with a marble tile floor.
A marble floor gets a modern twist with an intricate tiling pattern in this master suite bathroom. The rest of the decor is kept simple and understated to allow the floor to receive it's due attention.
Black-and-white marble tile floors, silver-blue walls and charcoal gray concrete counters add trendy charm to this 1940s bathroom. A beveled mirror and wall sconces add glamour above the white vanity and vessel sink.
This light and bright bathroom features a white and gray marble tile accent wall and floor paired with a gray metal double vanity. Two contemporary sconces illuminate the three mirrors positioned above the vanity.
This bathroom features a white standalone tub, Sherwin Williams Aloof Gray walls, a Visual Comfort chandelier from Jacqueline Chandelier, a Carrara marble countertop, a gray porcelain tile floor from Crossville Bedrock, and an indoor-outdoor Samode rug from Dash and Albert.
Marble tiles laid in a herringbone pattern give the bathroom a classic look, while chrome fixtures and sleek floating vanities bring contemporary touches to the space. Black framed windows draw attention to the incredible ocean view. Vibrant, framed wall art serves as the only pop of color in this monochrome bathroom.
Contemporary amenities and French country style mix to create a cozy kitchen fit for an avid cook. Gorgeous Carrera marble countertops are complemented by walls have been faux finished to reflect set limestone. Glass-front cabinets bring an especially homey feel.
This bathroom stared out with a huge roman raised tub, orange floral wallpaper, and a dark enclosed shower. We removed the tub surround and added a free standing tub, We softened the space by adding floor to ceiling drapery behind the tub. This created privacy as well as some softness to all of the tile and hard surfaces in this room. The walls got a textured wallpaper that added some subtle color and another texture to the space. The shower was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.
A brown and beige color scheme creates a neutral yet soothing bathroom. The expansive vanity provides plenty of space for preparing for the day, and drawers below can hold a great deal of towels and other bath supplies. Tub or shower? It's your choice!
Look for affordable alternatives to luxe materials. River white granite is one of the most reasonable and durable substitutions for white marble, says Jenn Ryan, owner of Jenn Ryan Designs, an Atlanta custom design build firm.
Gray floor tile grounds the design and breaks the monochromatic color scheme of the room. Patterned wall tile creates a beautifully decorative finish over the shower and vanity wall. Sharp cabinet lines compliment the box shape of the marble bathtub base.
In many rooms, the tilework may simply provide a necessary background, but in this bathroom the ceramic tiles add quite a bit to the mood. The stunning light gray tiles in this room reflect both the natural light pouring in from the window and the soft light of the chandelier.