Designer Vern Yip squeezes a lot of luxury into tight quarters in this Manhattan high-rise. To maximize the natural light streaming in from one lone window, Vern covered both the floor and main wall in Ann Sacks glass tile for its light-reflecting qualities. Because space is at a premium, the vanity features a slim, elliptical profile with 2 pivoting doors that swing out to provide plenty of storage for necessary toiletries.
In this sleek East Hampton bath, designer Joe Eisner used contrasting colors and materials in his storage-rich design. He says, “the canopy over the vanity is supported by a storage tower with drawer and open shelving on the left side. The mosaic wall to the right of the vanity separates the vanity from the shower enclosure. The L-shaped shampoo shelf cutout in the mosaic wall is referenced in the L-shaped cutout cabinet pulls of the white lacquer vanity cabinet doors.”
This master bathroom was created with layers of lighting for a naturally bright look. Adding a separate space for the toilet without the inclusion of a door gives an open feel. With many custom aspects incorporated into the design, such as the fixed-glass blue-green panel and the custom niche created for additional storage, this master bathroom has the feeling of a classy spa.
Chris' master bathroom was packed with pre-selected finishes decided on by the builder. In order to add designer appeal, he had the walls covered in a 6-by-24-inch porcelain tile that added architectural interest to the space.
A clean white vanity with a gray marbled countertop features six spacious drawers and a shelf underneath for storing towels. Patterned, neutral wallpaper and a marbled tile floor finish off the simple, yet beautiful design.
Storage in a contemporary bathroom is often a challenge. The furniture in the new Cape Cod bathroom series by Philippe Stark and Duravit includes this sleek vanity with concealed storage behind doors and open shelves on the side, so you have a stylish way to keep what you need close at hand.
A modern bathroom features clean lines and neutral tones, creating a sleek, masculine look. The gray tiled shower, pebble floor and seamless glass shower door complete the custom look of this bathroom. Pretty vases filled with flowers add a feminine touch.
This small bathroom needed more space. The tub was replaced with a shower and a large shampoo niche was installed to give extra space, about 3 extra inches of elbow room and it works beautifully! Every inch counts in a small bathroom.
A subtle, floral design on the bathroom walls adds pattern and texture to the design. A wood vanity with a thick, white countertop brings warmth to the space, and a circular mirror finishes the mod look.
Clean lines and crisp white tile give this elegant master bathroom a refined touch. The large modern soaking tub sits beside an expansive wall of windows, perfect for soaking up skyline views of the bustling city below.