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.
This spacious master bathroom allows for the convenience of a separate sit down make-up vanity. A large soaker tub sits in front of a beautiful wall of handpainted tile and arched windows. Soft neutrals are used on the cabinetry, walls and flooring to create a restful spa-like retreat.
This contemporary bathroom with wraparound vanities and separate shower and tub areas embodies a calm, Zen-like elegance. The medium blue walls against the deeper brown tones of the cabinets, mirrors, and doors blend for a cohesive look, and the dark walls of the shower stall give an unexpected touch of drama.
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.
The bathroom in this master en suite makes the most of its limited space. The vanities in the space face each other and are separated by a hanging mirror to best utilize the space, while the bedroom and bathroom space share a wall for the television and fireplace, making both amenities accessible in either room.
This bathroom reinvents traditional materials, like marble, into a contemporary style. White and gray marble flooring continues into the shower and up the shower wall. Separate small, black vanities are topped with matching marble. A black framed mirror and small mounted cabinet break up the white painted walls. A neutral rug with purple stripe warms up the floor.
This room divider not only separates the master bedroom and sitting area from the bathroom, it also doubles as a headboard. "By adding a cantilevered shelf to the other side of the headboard, I was able to create a makeup vanity in the bathroom area, says Kimberley Selden, designer and owner of Kimberly Selden Design Group, Toronto, Canada.
Neutral floor tile and vertical gray half wall tile in the shower join the thin blue and green backsplash tile border and the gray and white countertop for a pleasing mix of texture and finish in this bathroom. A glass door separates the shower from the vanity, perfect for the light and airy look of the design.
A luxurious soaking tub with a marble surround is the ultimate place to relax and unwind in this master bathroom. Shutter-style doors open up to a private garden, adding to the appeal of this elegant space. Beautifully carved his and hers vanities feature a mirrored storage closet to separate the spaces, and a tray ceiling above the bathtub completes the design.
This calming, neutral-toned bathroom takes advantage of beautiful picture windows that make nature the work of art in the space. The clawfoot tub sits in front of a glass tile wall, and the toilet is hidden in a separate area behind a wood door. A relic stone vessel sink sits atop the custom wood vanity, and baskets underneath store necessities.
Two separate spaces were combined into this spacious two-person bathroom that incorporates only what is truly needed - a clutter-free, sophisticated and purposeful space. Dark wood vanities, marble countertops and a floor rug add weight to the white space. The dressing table mirror was suspended with chains over the window, creating privacy while still allowing natural light to filter in.
The dressing room features the adaptation and repurposing of vintage Birdseye maple cabinetry circa 1950, obtained at an estate sale. Originally a built-in bedroom set, Designer Lauren Levant separated and rearranged the pieces to create the dressing room's closets as well as a new double sink vanity for the bathroom. She raised the clothes armoires onto a new continuous platform she built and lined with LED light for dramatic and efficient shoe storage around the full perimeter of the room. Between some of the armoires, Levant added hanging rod sections and accessory sorting solutions.
SPG Architects’ Casa Torcida, located in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica, uses rich woods and a soft palette in the bathroom, reflecting the abundant flora and fauna native to the property. A frosted glass divider separates the toilet from the rest of the space, which features a jetted tub and an open wood vanity with double sinks. The house is completely “off the grid,” using a water-reclamation system to retain rainwater for use throughout the house. In addition, the house has a solar hot water system, which provides hot water for most of the year.