The master bathroom soaker tub is the focal point of this bathroom. Rich hexagon tiles on the bathtub surround complement the light teal wall color creating a soothing oasis. The large Roman shade provides extra privacy and complements the other colors in the room.
This colorful bathroom features vibrant teal walls and a traditional Mediterranean tile backsplash. A neutral stone vessel sink sits atop the granite countertop, while a brushed bronze faucet adds a finishing touch.
Rich, dark browns and a vibrant teal blue combine in this midcentury modern bathroom. The bathroom's striking color palette evokes thoughts of the Caribbean sea, making the space feel like a refreshing escape.
To make the most of the space in the master bathroom, designers set the shower back into the wall so as not to take up too much square footage. To highlight this fixture, teal tile outlines run the perimeter of the shower, defining the space.
This bright, white bathroom includes dark brown and teal accents to give it more personality. A modular, dark wood vanity floats above the floor, offering plenty of counter space for getting ready in the mornings. The tilework on the shower wall and behind the vanity add visual interest to the stylish design.
A continuation of the master bedroom’s focus on quiet luxury, the master bathroom in the HGTV Green Home 2011 boasts two separate islands and an adjoining master closet. It has a spa-like feel – outfitted with slate-like porcelain and glass-mosaic tile – but makes savvy use of space.
To provide some contrast to the mostly white bathroom, dark teal accents can be found adorned to the wall and featured in the countertop's accessories. A modular dark wood vanity floats above the floor, with a brown and white backsplash that adds visual appeal. The large walk-in shower is separated from the rest of the space with a solid glass divider to keep the design bright and open.
In the guest bathroom, a neutral color palette anchors the space, making it bright and open. To warm the space up a bit and tie this room into the rest of the home's design, teal Spanish tile accents the space, outlining the room's fixtures, creating depth and dimension in the space.