An attached bath gives the owners room to cool off after a long day by the water. Smooth gray tile surrounds the spacious tub, adding subtle interest to the white walls, while sconce and recessed lighting further the clean design.
This earth-toned master bathroom features a quiet corner bath area complete with surrounding windows and a floating bench. Matte floor tiles and neutral stacked stone walls add to the natural feel of the space, while a glass enclosed shower continues the look with glossy taupe tiles and a brown mosaic accent strip.
Cool blue-gray marble tile extends from the quartz countertop to the ceiling in this pretty, transitional kitchen. Metal cabinets surround the cooktop, creating a high-contrast focal point. The custom range hood is made from live-edge walnut.
A stand-alone cabinetry piece gives this master bath a more formal, traditional look than the outdated “honey-oak” cabinetry that was previously in the space. With plenty of floor space to display something decorative, designer Rachel Kate selected a tile medallion for the area and designed coordinating borders in the shower and bath surround.
A freestanding bathtub with brass fixtures sits beneath a “fireplace" cutout surrounded by turquoise-hued tile. Custom cabinetry offers towel storage, and a built-in wine rack sets the stage for a luxurious bathing experience. Cork plank flooring is durable and easy to clean.
Ceramic tile mimics the look of weathered wood, creating a backsplash that perfectly complements this modern kitchen’s rustic-industrial vibe. Hot-rolled steel panels form the cabinetry that surrounds the cooktop, and a custom hood is made from live-edge walnut, warming up the space.
Tall, sheer curtains can be released to enhance the privacy in this lavish bathroom. An accent wall featuring a frosted glass panel divides the bathing space from the rest of the bathroom. The large, circular tub is surrounded with a stone countertop and mosaic tile foundation.
The gray and white color palette in this contemporary master bath gives the room a clean, airy feeling. A frameless glass enclosure keeps the streamlined shower in view, and white subway tile is accented by gray mosaic tile on the floor and inside a functional niche. White marble surrounds the shower, and floor tile is laid in a tight herringbone pattern for added interest.
The last little bit of island luxury in this home: a tub fit for royalty. With its bright yellow stool and a petite yet regal looking chandelier, this bath is exactly what anyone would want to soak in after a long day. Surrounded by miniature tile in a calming blue, this Brooklyn bathroom has a definite European vibe.