A silver, white and cream color palette lends a glamorous yet soothing look to the hall bathroom of HGTV Green Home 2011, which features quartz countertops and a silver-leafed mirror. A shower curtain, custom-made for the space, hangs from the top of the wall to showcase the floor-to-ceiling bathtub surround and emphasize the 9-foot ceiling.
This room was transformed from a boring, outdated bathroom into a classic space full of elegant touches. The bathroom now features a floating double vanity and reflective granite countertops, which help the space feel larger.
A neutral color palette in this traditional bathroom keeps the space feeling streamlined and simple. White marble counters enhance the luxurious feeling of the space while a double vanity sink increases functionality.
If the countertops are in good condition and a neutral color, a simple bright tray can really jazz things up. Designer Jennifer Foster redid this 1990s builder bathroom for a client who did not want childish decor that her two sons would soon outgrow. The red metal tray fits with the primary colors in the pictures of Matchbox cars hanging on nearby walls, which Foster’s husband photographed specifically for the space.
This guest bathroom features a steam shower with rain showerhead, penny tile flooring and Carrera marble countertops. The neutral tiled shower maintains a contemporary feel with its simple glass door and updated fixtures.
A neutral color palette creates a calming atmosphere in this contemporary bathroom. A double vanity features open and closed storage and is topped with chic stone countertops. A large soaker bathtub adds to the modern feel of the space and is the perfect spot to relax.
A corner cabinet adds storage while dividing the counter space in this transitional double vanity bathroom. Soft lighting offers a sense of warmth and comfort, while a tile backsplash and marble countertops up the sophistication factor.
This beautiful bathroom features a long vanity that leads to a walk-in shower. White countertops and ceiling panels help to brighten the space. Along the side, the lower windows are frosted for privacy; the upper ones are clear for sky views.