For fun, this bright bathroom starts with a crisp black-and-white palette, then goes wild with different patterns: large hexagons for the walls, tiny mosaic tiles on the shower and zippy stripes on the floor.
This spacious contemporary bathroom, featuring a sleek freestanding tub and stainless double vanity, also boasts an outdoor shower. Just a few steps beyond floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and cleverly tucked behind a natural stone wall, this shower offers privacy and an open view.
Glass doors provide a seamless transition from bathroom to shower stall in this contemporary white bathroom. A small picture window floods the space with sunlight, making the bathroom feel open and airy.
This large shower features 18"x36" porcelain tiles laid in a brick pattern, creating a look of large slabs of polished stone that can be seen through the frameless glass. The architecturally designed toilet has full ceramic sides so that no plumbing lines are visible.
This master bathroom seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother was transformed by Team Drew. They replaced the old wallpaper with new paint, installed new floor and shower tiles and a new vanity.
The kid's bathroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014 combines durable neutral materials with bright, kid-friendly touches. An area containing the commode, shower and stainless steel hooks for clothing and towels can be closed off from the rest of the space. A glass door makes the space-saving shower seem larger.
Black Shower Provides Subtle Contrast in Soft Gray, Contemporary Bathroom
A black-tiled shower provides a subtle contrast in this otherwise neutral, contemporary bathroom. The shape of the modern vanity and sink is echoed throughout the space in the mirror, shower bench, window and even in the luxe light fixture.
Transitional Bathroom With Black & White Tile Shower
The shower in this bathroom features sleek, angular tile work and a crisp black and white palette. A vintage mirror adds a charming touch, a wood vanity lends an earthy feel and a swing-arm wall lamp is an unexpected element.