The owners wanted their bathtub to be the first thing you saw as you entered the room, but the space still had to function. So I pulled the tub forward, making room for a bench in the shower behind it.
This contemporary bathroom features subtle mint green walls paired with white cabinetry, and a Carrara marble countertop and wall tiles. Small gray and white mosaic tiles add a wall accent that matches the shower tiling, while two pedestal sinks provide separate spaces ideal for bathroom sharing.
The adjacent water closet allows the home office and den to also function as an extra guest suite. When visitors are in town, they can sleep on the sofa, keep their belongings in the closet and have their own private spot to shower.
A claw-foot tub painted a deep terra cotta is the focal point in this mint green bathroom. White beadboard frames the tub, while colorful art and printed towels add pattern to the space. A handheld shower head allows for a deep clean while using the tub.
White Carrera marble and mint green walls combine to create a spa-like oasis in this traditional bathroom. With both a traditional freestanding tub and a sleek glass shower, the airy space is relaxing and has a spacious feeling.
This adorable midcentury modern bathroom is filled with fun vintage accents and pops of color. An antique telephone ties in neatly with the black and white dressing table. And just try not to smile at the mint green bathtub and sink.
What was previously a pink-tiled bathroom with a mint-colored tub is completely transformed thanks to geometric green tile adorning the wall and a contrasting floating vanity. The layout was kept the same during the renovation, minimizing the number of expensive alterations needed for the space.
As seen on HGV's hit show Buying and Selling, this cool mint green wall color and modern vanity create a beautiful oasis in the Horsman family bathroom. As seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling with the Property Brothers
Mint green tile walls pair with golden accessories for a chic, vintage look in one of the home's bathrooms. A traditional pedestal sink offers hidden storage for toiletries thanks to the skirted piece of fabric around it.