You could get the look of these costly acrylic cabinets at a fraction of the price by alternating white and black high-gloss paint. Designer Laurie Haefele of Haefele Design adds that using hardware that screws into cabinets or no hardware at all would be significantly cheaper than the recessed drawer pulls she used. This bathroom is a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner.
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.
Mosaic tile creates a striking graphic display behind the streamlined bathtub. Sleek white countertops are paired with patterned cabinets for a modern vanity, while the mirror is suspended in front of windows allowing in natural light. Large neutral square tiles are used on the floor and walls, creating a cohesive, calming atmosphere.
A sleek wood vanity spans an entire wall in this large bathroom, providing plenty of space for two. Gorgeous white marble tops the vanity for a fresh, clean finish, and a potted orchid adds a lively touch.
Design challenges for this bath included incorporating a lot of storage in a relatively small bathroom, removing a drop-ceiling and integrating good lighting without the benefit of a natural light source. Two large storage towers provide plenty of space for toiletries while double sconces and recessed lighting illuminates the room.
In this contemporary bathroom's redesign, a bulky round tub was replaced with a rectangular tub for clean lines and a better use of space. A storage niche beside the tub was designed to fit a small basket, but it turns out the homeowners' dog loved it so much, they decided to leave the basket out.
Down the hall, a door opens into a cool, two-toned bathroom. A long wood vanity keeps extra towels and toiletries on hand for guests, while a shower with built-in shelves only increases the space's functionality.