Cool gray marble wraps the spacious shower in this contemporary master bathroom remodel. Warm wood on the vanity pops against the cool palette and helps to ground the otherwise ethereal space. Brass accents provide chic contrast against the room's gray and white color scheme.
A mod white floating vanity pairs with a textured white backsplash and marble tile shower to create a crisp, clean aesthetic in this remodeled bathroom. Dual sinks and mirrors ensure plenty of space for two.
With all the crisp details of a subway station, but ever so much more elegant, this huge walk-in shower has room for two and houseplants on the side. Pops of pink in the form of toiletries are a sweet addition.
Texture is the key to this walk-in shower's cool appearance. Each surface has something different going on: textured tile, a stripe of blue, the floor's black mosaic tiles. A rippling wood stool is the final touch.
This master bathroom features a walk-in shower with a partial glass enclosure and taupe wall tiles. A pebble tile accent strip on the shower wall matches the floor, while the neutral tiles that are used within the shower are also used to cover the bathroom floor outside of the space.
Metallic mosaic tiles create a visual waterfall in this walk-in shower, the crowning achievement of the bathroom's remodel. White walls and a white countertop keep the rest of the room feeling crisp and fresh.
Make sure your bathroom will age gracefully along with you. If you’re going to remodel it anyway, you will never regret adding universal design features that accommodate users of all ages and physical capabilities. Typical UD features include handheld sprays, grab bars, wider doors and curbless showers. It’s a minimal expense to install these features during construction compared to adding them later, and modern versions look sophisticated and design-forward, as in this sleek bath from Greige Design.
This remodel was in conjunction with a few other projects in one residence, all in preparation for the arrival of a new baby.
The shower stayed in the same place, although the plumbing was moved. The toilet was moved to the opposite wall, and the sink was moved to the center of the bathroom. A freestanding tub was then installed on the opposite wall from the shower. Classic white subway tile on the shower walls and tub wall create a clean backdrop for the geometric pattern cement floor tiles.