Mosaic tiles take a delightful twist when installed vertically instead of horizontally, which is more common. Tones of blues and neutral create a soothing, upscale feel in this transitional master bathroom. A Carrera marble countertop on the vanity adds additional richness and interest to the space.
The bathroom design feels like a serene haven with a delicate white and light gray color palette. The double metal washstand, marble honeycomb mosaic tile, glass shower doors and claw-foot soaking tub scream pure elegance.
Light walls and a white vanity keep this small bathroom feeling bright and open. Patterned gray and white tile provides a lovely backdrop for the mirror and complements the light marble countertop. Elegant metallic accessories add a subtle touch of glamor.
A soft gray palette gives this bathroom a spa-like atmosphere, making guests feel like they're at a resort when visiting. A glass-enclosed shower with the same tile as the rest of the space makes the room feel larger, and patterned tile on the floors adds interest underfoot.
Elegant, iridescent mosaic tile trims the mirror and custom vanity, providing texture and shine in this timeless all-white bathroom. The clean white walls and soft marble floors keeps this space feeling airy.
Feel a sense of luxury in this custom laundry room. The space is filled with soft white designs, from the counter-to-ceiling tiled walls and cabinets above and below the marble counters with an under-mount sink.
This master bathroom was completely gutted and reoriented. The ceiling height was raised to make the room feel large, and then light colors were used to match the rest of the home and create a coastal feel. Soft gray and white tiles ground the space and add style underfoot.
Soft gray walls, marble flooring and a furniture-style vanity create an elegant spot for guests to freshen up. Heather Scott Home & Design removes the wall-mounted cabinet above the toilet, making the space feel much larger and brighter.
In the en suite of the eclectic master bedroom, designers chose a wall tile that added texture in the space. The brown tile on the walls in the shower and bath tub spaces has a sort of "underwater" feel, creating a softer space and a focal point for the bathroom. In the shower, brown and tan stained glass tile complement the bold wall choice, while a lime green patterned rug ties this master bathroom space into the master bedroom.
Soft tones, a floating vanity and sleek subway tile give this stunning contemporary bathroom an updated, soothing feel. Using a glass wall for the shower and bathtub creates the impression of space while subway tile installed vertically gives visual separation from the sink area.
This bathroom stared out with a huge roman raised tub, orange floral wallpaper, and a dark enclosed shower. We removed the tub surround and added a free standing tub, We softened the space by adding floor to ceiling drapery behind the tub. This created privacy as well as some softness to all of the tile and hard surfaces in this room. The walls got a textured wallpaper that added some subtle color and another texture to the space. The shower was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.
Bright red accent pieces and dark navy details pop against the bright white design of this bathroom. A thick wood frame around the circular mirror over a shiplap wall brings a southern, country feel to soften the room. White subway tile covers the shower interior with a cutout shelf for convenient storage.
To match the coastal feel of the rest of the home, a light blue double vanity is installed. The subway tile shower is designed curbless for a streamlined look, and soft gray and white tiles ground the master bathroom.