Mirrored doors catch the light and create a reflective finish in this captivating walk-in closet. An elegant traditional vanity base is topped with a contemporary mirror lighted by sconces and centered in the open floor space. Pops of gray are pronounced in the marble floor tile and match the polished style of the room.
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.
A wood wrapping that starts from the vanity and goes through the tub and wall helps to emphasize the agate wall as the focal point in the bathroom. Mirrors and large glass window applications give the room the illusion of openness making it feel larger.
To provide some contrast to the mostly white bathroom, dark teal accents can be found adorned to the wall and featured in the countertop's accessories. A modular dark wood vanity floats above the floor, with a brown and white backsplash that adds visual appeal. The large walk-in shower is separated from the rest of the space with a solid glass divider to keep the design bright and open.
Simple and efficient: A white-and-neutral bathroom like this can't help but look clean and bright. The large, frameless mirror adds to this sense of openness. Outstanding elements in the space include the gorgeous Carrera marble counter, floating vanity and pale, wide-plank wood floors.
A soft blue tint to the glass show door matches the tufted blue seat set in the open floor over a fluffy, faux fur rug. The white marble floor extends up the shower walls decorated with a tile accent panel. A large double vanity set up turns the corner opposite the bathtub. White marble countertop and built in cabinets surround the his and hers sinks under large mirrors and victorian sconces.
This master bedroom combines contemporary design with warm and neutral tones. The walls are painted a deep red and frame a curtain-covered doorway that opens in to an attached master bathroom. Vanities with mirrors above flank the doorway and a houndstooth armchair finishes the room.
White, modern cabinetry, crisp white tile and sleek gray accents turn this small bathroom into a modern haven. A frameless glass shower enclosure opens up the small space and fits well with the room's streamlined design. The floating vanity's vertical lines are echoed in the lighting and tile.
Contemporary double vanity with sleek white drawers and topped in a soft gray countertop is floating to bring an openness to the bathroom. Large rectangular gray tiles are used on the floor and shower walls, creating a cohesive flow. The back shower wall features textured gray tiles to add visual interest.
To give the Olsons the ultimate master suite, Chip Wade and his team from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room created an open air bathroom with double vanities, a double shower, a large soaker tub and beautiful light fixtures. This bathroom is visible from any area of the suite and also has the benefit of the natural light let in by the wall of windows in the suite.
This eclectic bathroom makes use of natural elements, modern design and Asian inspiration. The natural stone tile on the floors and walls of the shower as well as the natural wood of the cabinets reflect the raw natural beauty of the outdoors that is brought in through the overhead windows in the shower. The modern design of the cabinets keep the space clean and organized, while the open shelving on the caps of each vanity give the additional storage a spa feel.
This master bathroom had originally been designed into sectional spaces, so light throughout was very minimal. By opening the floor plan and using pony walls and clerestory windows, natural light now fills the space consistently with the rest of the home. The extensive view in the remodel is now accessible from the main vanity, shower and bath areas.
Contractor Chip Wade of Elbow Room turns an attic into a breathtaking master suite with a sleek bathroom that opens up to the bedroom. The centerpiece of the room is a freestanding tub, which is flanked by matching his-and-her vanities. Behind the curtains is a large walk-in shower and extra dressing area, as seen on HGTV.com.
A wall-to-wall mirror reflects the natural light in this master bathroom, opening the space up and making it seem even larger! To contrast the crisp white walls, the designers brought in a dark, reclaimed wood vanity with his-and-her sinks and a caged chandelier in black. A round, metallic tub waits in the corner for when the owners need to relax before bed.
This large, black-and-white master bath is great for a couple who love a lot of space. A soaking tub sits across from a double vanity with plenty of counter, cabinet and drawer space. Black-and-white subway-style floor tiles add a touch of traditional appeal to the space. The bathroom opens up to the master bedroom, which has a coordinating color scheme, adding the sense of an even roomier area.
After taking up the space that was a hallway and powder bathroom, the designers were left with an open and accessible bathroom for the clients to function properly. Here, the spacious vanity makes getting ready in the morning easy and comfortable. By using the client's love for natural elements, the designers were also able to create an oasis complete with a pebble wall and bench, full body shower and marble wrapped air spa with light therapy. Additional features like a hidden shower drain and under cabinet lighting make this bathroom extra special. All of these elements contribute ease of use and life style in order for the client to successfully age in place.
This small powder room has big personality. The floating vanity opens up the space and allows the eye to move easily and enjoy the chic chevron flooring. The wallpaper's vertical pattern moves the eye up which makes the room appear larger. According to designer Susan Jamieson "the wallpaper looks like porcupine quills and is a playful and perfect juxtaposition to the chevron floor. It's really okay to mix patterns in small spaces as long as you create visual balance and keep the eye moving."