Clad in yellow pine, the master bedroom in the tiny RV cabin feels warm and welcoming. The attached bathroom features a double vanity and separate toilet room, ensuring the space feels anything but cramped.
This bathroom from HGTV Green Home 2012 features an adjacent room for toilet and bathing. The double sink vanity with large center drawers provides a functional design for couples as well as ample storage space.
Small white tile covers this bathroom floor and continues up the wall for a texturized and cohesive design. A glass room dividing wall separates the large, open shower space. A floating sink and floating toilet fit the modern look and leave maximum space available for moving through the room.
This modern bathroom layout abandons the traditional separation of toilet and shower in favor of merging them into one long, narrow wet room with frosted glass panels to preserve privacy. Dark wood floating cabinets make up the sleek vanity with dual sinks to complete the minimalist design.
Designers reclaimed part of a guest bathroom to give this master bathroom a luxurious wet room with a soaking tub and shower. The expansion also opened up space for a double vanity and separate alcove for the toilet.
The stunning master bathroom, with marble throughout, features separate areas for the vanity, toilet, bathtub and shower, giving the space a spa-like quality. A light color palette keeps the traditional room feeling fresh and chic.
One of the home's six bathrooms, this space boasts a traditional tub, a glass-enclosed stall shower and a separate room for the toilet. White subway tile wraps around the space, keeping things light and airy while contributing some glossy texture.
In a spacious bathroom where a glass-enclosed shower is separate from the room's vanity and toilet, an aquarium has been added so that one part of it is visible while in the shower and the other part is visible from other parts of the bathroom.
This beautiful bathroom boasts a neutral color palette to keep the room feeling open and inviting. A sliding door separates the toilet from the rest of the space. Neutral tile covers the floor and continues onto the shower walls, and wood details complete the timeless design.
Designed for a brother and sister with very minimal, modernist sensibility, this bathroom layout makes it easy to be used by at least two people at the same time. Separate rooms for the shower and toilet, touch-release custom oak cabinetry and a clean white backdrop complete the design.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the small, cramped bathroom has been converted into a luxury spa bathroom for the family. The white subway tile behind the toilet and sink give the room a bright look, while the grey tile in the shower area breaks up the monotony, adding warmth and separating the glass shower area from the rest of the space.