This modern bathroom boasts white subway tiles on one wall and checkered mosaic tiles on another wall. The glass door to the shower stall heightens the modern ambience, as does the wooden cabinetry above the toilet.
With a single-vanity and shower, this guest bathroom is ideal for friends and family who visit one weekend. White subway tile and a black mosaic tile floor achieve an energetic yet sophisticated look that guests will love.
This light and bright kitchen features ivory wooden cabinets paired with neutral Cambria countertops and a subway tile backsplash. A brown and tan mosaic tile backsplash decorates the oven area, while glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island. Large brown floor tiles provide a finishing touch.
Little ones will love this contemporary bathroom, which features a gray accent wall, a subway tile backsplash, a striped shower curtain and seagull artwork. Mosaic tile covers the floors and makes it easy to clean up if any bubbles spill out of the tub.
Beveled subway tile covers the walls and even the ceiling of this white shower, while a fun mosaic adds color and interest on the floor. A rainforest shower head pairs with an adjustable, sliding bar shower head to give users the ultimate in function. Meanwhile, a marble-topped bench adds convenience.
The gray and white color palette in this contemporary master bath gives the room a clean, airy feeling. A frameless glass enclosure keeps the streamlined shower in view, and white subway tile is accented by gray mosaic tile on the floor and inside a functional niche. White marble surrounds the shower, and floor tile is laid in a tight herringbone pattern for added interest.
The homeowners needed to keep a tub since they're planning on starting a family soon. Jones selects a contemporary option with glass doors that will fit their needs without looking clunky in the space. White subway tile, mosaic tile backsplash in ocean greens and blues and chrome shower fixtures create a clean, bright and modern bathroom.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, Designer Jillian Harris brought order to a disorderly bathroom by consolidating some much needed space. Jillian removed the stand-up shower and replaced it with a double vanity and unified the plumbing to one wall, leaving room for a sleek glass top table. Jillian painted the bathroom Gray Mare and she tiled the bathtub with 2x8 white horizontal subway tile and the floor with a mosaic of grey scale circular tiles.
Designer Jennifer Gilmer wanted a large freestanding tub and a shower in her master bath, but lacked the room to put them side by side. A trip to Japan inspired her to combine the two in an open space — this arrangement is common there. The light-flooded modern bathroom, with black mosaic tiled floor and insets and tan subway tile walls, features a deep sink, ceiling-mounted rain shower and oval-shaped pedestal bathtub.