As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the small, cramped bathroom has been converted into a luxury spa bathroom for the family. The white subway tile behind the toilet and sink give the room a bright look, while the grey tile in the shower area breaks up the monotony, adding warmth and separating the glass shower area from the rest of the space.
Open concept is the name of the design game in this house, and the bathroom is no exception. To keep the small bathroom from feeling closed up, the walls and ceilings have been painted white to reflect the natural light that rushes in from the bathroom's one window. The light in the space makes the room feel larger, while the mirror over the sink helps to reflect light and makes the space feel even larger. Finally, the glass shower in the space continues to create the illusion of extra space by not closing off the room.
Black trim on this wee bathroom's white roman shade has all the tailored elegance of a tuxedo. Paired with the room's playful use of pattern and interesting textures, it's a handsome way to finish off the space.
This bathroom isn't huge, but it has everything that's needed thanks to its thoughtful design: A luxurious soaking tub and a glass walk-in shower fill one wall and gray tiles add texture underfoot. The clean and sculptural light fixture draws the eye upwards.
Small Bathroom With Pedestal Sink and Glass Shower
With a pedestal sink, cabinet for linens and a stall shower all in the same spot, this bathroom really maximizes its small footprint. Patterned tile adds some interest to the floors, while still complementing -- rather than competing with -- the white subway tile backsplash.
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.
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.
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.
After the renovation, the master bathroom in the Gubelmanns's new home feels modern, functional and spacious, blending Alex's modern sensibilities with Fiona's more vintage taste to create the hip spa retreat feel that the homeowners wanted.
Calacatta marble enrobes this glass-enclosed shower, to showstopping effect. The built-in seat has a dual function: Not only does it provide a perch for grooming or relaxing, but it also shields bathers from the sink area.