As seen on Good Bones, Karen and Mina wanted to continue the elegant, industrial style into this bathroom, so they carried the reclaimed wood floor into this space. Brown accents keep the space neutral, while continuing to complement the design of the space. In the shower area, designers used subway tile arranged in a chevron pattern to add depth to the space and brighten this neutral space.
Incorporating other textures into your bathroom design will add interest, contrast and allow metallic accents to shine. This bathroom balances the sleek industrial look of polished silver and oil bronze with warm timber floors, exposed brick walls, glass and a beautiful light fixture.
Polished concrete floors and a wood paneled ceiling set the tone for an intriguing design in this master bathroom. Exposed plumbing adds an industrial vibe, while a freestanding tub lends classic charm.
The guest bathroom features walls lined in blackened steel diamond plate, cement tile floors and a cement floating sink designed by Andrea Michaelson. The open shower creates a spacious feel. The contemporary design style with industrial modern touches carries throughout the home.
This contemporary bathroom has an edgy masculine vibe thanks to variegated brown tile on the walls. A floating trough sink adds dimension below a sparse industrial light fixture. The faucet is mounted sideways – an unexpected twist to the design.
Designed to accommodate a large crowd of kids, the dorm bathroom pops with a bright tomato-red countertop and ski-inspired accessories. Three ceramic vessel sinks lit by industrial-inspired light fixtures provide plenty of space for washing up.
As seen on Good Bones, Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak created an elegant bathroom from what was once a walk-in closet. The continued the reclaimed wood floors from the bedroom into this bathroom, and they use brown accents to create an elegant industrial design to match the rest of the house.
Designer Claire Paquin lent an industrial feel to this guest bathroom by installing a small vanity unit with exposed plumbing underneath the sink. The black and white hexagonal tile flooring, marble tile backsplash and chrome fixtures help build a modern look with a splash of a 1950s design.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson replaced an old plastic shower in this once-cramped master bathroom with an industrial-style glass stall, updated fixtures and a custom tile backsplash.
Located across from the master closet, the all-white master bathroom with matte black accents has an interesting mix of industrial and modern design elements. A long butcher-block floating shelf vanity with trough-style sinks and wall-mounted faucets highlights the visual impact of negative space.
Thanks to clever repurposing, its use of reclaimed materials and a bold color palette, this 60-square-foot Tinseltown bathroom is ready for its closeup. The biggest splurge of the bathroom's redesign was a pair of vintage barn sconces. Powder-coated in high-gloss fire-engine red and made of steel, the sconces add industrial flair complete with cages to contain light bulbs. Reclaimed wood and exposed pipe towel rack help complete the industrial look and provide masculine touches in this contemporary rustic bathroom.
The biggest splurge of the bathroom's redesign was a pair of vintage barn sconces. Powder-coated in high-gloss fire-engine red and made of steel, the sconces add industrial flair complete with cages to contain light bulbs.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson updated this bathroom with a fresh, white furniture-style vanity, a wood and brass vanity mirror and two crumpled steel wall sconces above the sink for an industrial flair.
Designed to bring the outdoors in, this luxurious master bathroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014 features nature-inspired materials alongside industrial accents. A mix of brown hues, from the upholstered ottoman to the hand-scraped bamboo floor to the espresso-finished Shaker-style cabinets, creates interest while still remaining neutral.