The homeowners didn't want to compromise on luxury when building their tiny home, so designers included a full sized shower, vanity and mirror in the bathroom space. Detailed tile and marble help to give the small space a more sophisticated look, while transom windows and additional, artificial lights keep the space feeling bright and open.
Warm earth tones create this vanity design that is to die for. A wood vanity with gray countertop includes closed storage cabinets as well as two small compartments for towels. Earthy green tile backsplash complements the creamy neutral walls and flooring.
Ashe marble floors and walls create a streamlined look for this luxe master bathroom. The large walk-in shower beautifully contrasts against the walls with dark gray tiling and features dual rainfall shower heads.
A maple vanity topped with creamy natural quartz offers his-and-hers sinks, plus under-counter storage for spa essentials. Contemporary stainless steel vanity hardware and bath fixtures add subtle sheen in a space defined by smooth, neutral surfaces.
A bold mix of patterns and an overall neutral color palette blend perfectly in this luxurious, eclectic bathroom. The stylish black vanity provides contrast against the white subway tile wall and gorgeous white soaking tub.
Relax in this gorgeously grand bathroom suite, one of five in this Houston, TX, retreat. With white-toned, high ceilings and patterned marble flooring, the space offers plenty of space with dual vanities, a large soaking tub, powder table and modern chandelier.
This grand master bathroom is a luxurious and inviting space that has exquisite design and detail. The light color scheme gives this space a airy look, while the hardwood floors create a nice contrast.
White subway tiled walls and gray herringbone patterned floors combine to create this stunning eclectic bathroom design. A touch of blue on the upper walls and a luxurious soaking tub add a relaxing feel to the space.
A spacious vanity in sparkling white provides plenty of storage for this bathroom. A gray and white marble tile floor leads the way to the walk-in shower, which features white tiled walls and a glass enclosure.
A floating vanity and spacious glass shower open up this previously cramped bathroom. Rather than splurging on stone slab counters, Brown Design Group cuts costs with a one-piece countertop and sink. A single glass-panel shower helps the room feel larger while saving on extra hardware for a swinging door. Large-format wall tiles make for a quick install.