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.
Large-format limestone tile continues from the vanity area into the shower, tying together this transitional bathroom. Light gray subway tile adorns the top half of the shower, giving it a timeless appeal.
To give a family in Santa Monica, California, the multipurpose guest house/screening lounge they’d dreamed of, the design team at Spazio LA turned to an unexpected place: the four-car garage. "We converted half of the space while leaving the other half as a two-car garage," said the designers. "The space now includes a full screening room, a bar-kitchenette, a full bathroom and a Murphy bed for overnight guests."
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.
Classic tiles, from penny tile on the floor to subway tile in the shower, create texture in this all-white bathroom. A pair of matching clean-lined vanities are tucked into the nook with chrome sconces lighting the space.
This contemporary bathroom features a bathtub with a clean-lined surround that flows seamlessly into the shower. White subway tile shower walls create a clean, timeless look, and a stained glass window adds an unexpected punch of color and pizzazz.
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.