White subway tiles stretch halfway up the wall in this serene bathroom, providing subtle contrast against the light blue upper half of the walls. A clean-lined pedestal sink with a sleek faucet completes the space.
White subway tile wainscoting with dark grout adds a vintage look to this pale green bathroom. A furniture-style white vanity and clawfoot tub bring a touch of elegance to the casual feel of this space.
Mosaic tile floors add punch to this traditional bathroom, which has an overall clean, updated aesthetic. The dual vanity is footed, giving it the appearance of a piece of built-in furniture. Meanwhile, a pair of medicine cabinets and a tall center cabinet feature molding that ties in with the crown molding, and also with decorative tile molding that caps a subway tile wainscot.
A beveled subway tile wainscot wraps this double vanity, packing loads of design detail into a relatively small space. Three sconces offer ample lighting for the individual mirrors, which top a pair of under-mount sinks. Dark cabinets ground the space and give it richness.
The bathroom walls were painted light yellow with white beaded board wainscoting. New tile floors in a traditional pattern adds to the character of the room and a subway tile bathtub and shower were installed. A gray and white patterned towel hangs on a rustic hook.
This renovated mudroom includes a doggie-sized shower complete with white subway tile and a glass door. Gray herringbone tiles cover the floor, while newspaper wallpaper and black wainscoting add finishing touches to the space.
This bathroom off the guest bedroom pairs clean white tile wainscoting with soothing green subway tile for a natural, beach-inspired shower and bathtub. Soft brown tiles ground the space, while the vanity countertop and tub surround echo the earthy shade.
An all-white palette and reflective surfaces give this New York bathroom a crisp, clean look. Subway tile with a subtle sheen form a wainscot on the walls and encircle the tub-shower combo, while glass shower doors visually expand the small space.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines completely transformed the bathroom by removing all of the old and tile and wall panels. The walls were painted light yellow with white beaded board wainscoting. Two ornate wooden mirrors hang above his and her's vessel sinks installed on top of an old painted dresser. New tile floors in a traditional pattern adds to the character of the room and a subway tile bathtub and shower were installed.