Relaxing bath time accessories await on a rustic handmade stool. “Anytime I have the ability to add some type of stool outside of the bathtub it makes it more spa like,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A few rustic details sprinkled around this clean, white bathroom go far in warming up and making the room feel friendly. The shower niche houses a wee succulent along with toiletries. A rustic wood stool acts as a side table for the tub.
Designer Kristina Crestin spray painted the plastic Kartell gnome stool a custom blue color to complement the chartreuse tile shower. Since kids use this space most of the time, the client didn't want a ceramic stool.
Frosted glass walls close off this outdoor shower space while keeping the space bright. The long patio design leaves plenty of room outside the wet area for dry storage. A wood wall supports the hooked bronze shower head and offers a warm hue to the cool tones of the design. Stool create easy and mobile storage and seating options.
Designer Genevieve Gorder converted an outdated bathroom into a spacious and modern bathroom for her master suite on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation." A teak stool with a convenient storage shelf provides a place for shower necessities.
This bathroom's metallic teal-and-gold hexagonal wallpaper provides a bold accent to the neutral design choices showcased in the shower, including the taupe ceramic tile. A soft ottoman-like stool adds a natural touch and serves as a place to stash a towel while showering.
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.
A cherry red vanity adds a pop of color to this neutral bathroom. A decorative mirror hangs above the counter and ties together the frilly details: double shower curtains, a small stool and ornamental glass canisters.
A glass corner shower and window fixed bathtub leaves the floor space open in this elegant transitional bathroom. A penny tile finish is a textural contrast to the glass shower door. A standing stainless steel faucet curves over the tub highlighting the modern influence in the room.
This monochromatic bathroom is a bright and sunny white design. A white marble shower panel adds intrigue to break up the solid white wall. A siding effect on the bathtub and small tile flooring bring texture to the design. Two matching wood stools feature white dipped legs.