Blue, green and white mosaic tiles create a unique design in the shower that reminds one of ocean waves. Disguised in the design, a shower nook stores all of your essentials, and a solid white bench is available to rest and relax if need be.
This glass enclosed shower features large neutral wall tiles paired with brown square floor tiles. Brown mosaic tiles are positioned behind a small built-in shelf, providing a perfect spot for storing shower essentials.
A geometric tile pattern accents the shower's back wall and is repeated above the black marble countertop at the vanity. A thick wood frame with large nailhead finish frames the vanity mirror. Pearl colored marble tile surrounds the shower nook with a cream and neutral curtain finishing the space.
Penny tile flooring from Ann Sacks provides a great size contrast to the larger subway tile look of this sleek, contemporary shower. A built-in nook allows for seating or storage, and a mounted removable shower head can easily be maneuvered in the space.
Linear neutral tile is paired with pebble tile floor to create a spa-worthy walk-in shower. A built-in bench provides a seat, while a nook offers storage space. Purple towels add richness and color to the room.
Classic tiles, from penny tile on the floor to subway tile in the shower, create texture in this all-white bathroom. A pair of matching clean-lined vanities are tucked into the nook with chrome sconces lighting the space.
A floor-to-ceiling walk-in shower in the master bath features custom tile work with three lights when natural light is unavailable. The double vanity as well as a shelving nook between the mirrors offers plenty of storage space.
The blue double vanity in this bathroom features nooks to store towels and cabinets to store all other bathroom essentials. Neutral subway tile with a small blue tile border creates the backsplash and the walls and floor of the shower.
White marble tile, gold fixtures and high-contrast black trim create a distinctive, snappy shower in this custom-built, family-friendly bathroom. A niche with a turquoise tile backsplash ties in with a fireplace nook across the room.
A narrow nook built into this master bath features small glass shelves to store makeup, nail polish and other small necessities for the bathroom. The reflective vanities, countertops and large mirrors visually expand the space and highlight the ocean-inspired shower in shades of blue mosaic tiles.
A commode nook sits off the main area of the master bath, at the end of the room behind one end of the shower. “No one likes to see the toilet when you walk into a space, and you’re also providing privacy,” explains build manager Dan Faires.
Every inch of this small Manhattan loft is put to use, with stairs featuring built-in storage units below and a built-in nook that houses the main bath and shower. The apartment is crafted like a piece of furniture, with hidden and transforming spaces for things and people.
An open double rainfall shower creates a spa-like environment in this crisp, white master bathroom. Tiled half-walls are topped with glass to create a divider from the rest of the bathroom, while still maintaining the light, open feel. A shallow nook between the two showerheads provides much-needed storage, while on the opposite side, a large soaker bathtub is the perfect spot to relax.