A monochromatic white color scheme leaves this airy bathroom looking even more spacious. A skylight and window let in natural light to further brighten the room and provide an outdoor view. A subway tile shower with white glass door is fixed across from the built in double vanity.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this master bathrrom is completely transformed with white tile, shiplap walls and navy paint. A ruffled shower curtain and decorative floating shelves add a lovely feminine touch to the room. Bright tulips pop against the navy wall paint.
This bathroom is exactly what you might expect in a loft such as this: spacious and without division. An open shower with a bench, surrounded by subway tiles, is the highlight of the space. A double vanity with a huge mirror promises you'll never fight for mirror space again. The all-white palette assures a fresh, streamlined look.
The open, walk-in style shower design leaves the bathing area looking and feeling extra spacious. Blue glass subway tile shines against the square, white bathtub base. A built in wall cubby provides easily accessible storage and keeps with the simplicity of the design.
A skylight and window let natural light in to highlight the bright, spacious design of this white bathroom. A full length mirror and glass door shower further reflect the light to accentuate the airy feel. Potted plants add natural color and connect the space to the greenery visible outside.
White floor tile, white shiplap and white shower subway tile create a bright foundation for this country bathroom. A deep navy hue tops the wall for a bold accent color. A ruffled white shower curtain gives a feminine feel to the design. Stacked floating shelves hold the finishing touches for functional and appealing decor.
White subway tile covers the walls of this large shower. The wall above the rain shower head stops short of meeting the ceiling to let extra light into the space. A built in wall cubby provides easy storage and a small corner seat increases comfort.
In the bathroom, a teal shower adds a pop of color to the otherwise black and white space. The teal subway tile adds a bit of modern flair, updating the space, but the traditional elements of the Tudor style, such as the black and white penny round tile help to tie this bright shower in to the rest of the space.
Marble subway tile gives a cool and calm finish to this shower interior. A double shower head set up is positioned for water coverage over the floating seat and in the standing floor space. A built in cubby provides easily accessible storage.
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.
Black drawer and cabinet handles create a small contrast to the monochromatic white design of this bathroom double vanity. Separate mounted mirrors with sconces above put the finishing touches on the vanity spaces. Facing the vanity a glass door walk in shower opens into a subway tile interior.
White subway tiles and a glass door help to make this walk-in shower feel even larger despite the low ceilings. The tan floor tiles and built-in bench give contrast to the bright white walls, adding more interest to the space.
A reclaimed factory window serves as the shower door in this country cottage. The striking black and white color palate keeps the bathroom feeling modern and fresh. A small window in the shower lets in just enough natural light.
Use differently shaped and textured tiles in a shower to create a eye-catching geographic display, as seen here with the backsplash and mosaic tile floor. But keep the color palette similar to avoid making the space too busy.