An all-over white palette paired with dark brown hardwood floors gives this bathroom a crisp, modern look. Black and gray mosaic tiles created a block pattern on the white shower walls, while a gray roof-like structure separates the space, allowing the bathtub to seem divided from the other areas of the bathroom.
This renovated master bathroom has fresh white paint, windows, his-and-her vanity and vessel sinks, a modern mirror and light fixtures, creating a spa-like bathroom. A spacious white-tile shower is in place of the old bathtub to make room for a door to the relocated master bedroom.
Designer Jennifer Duneier mixes chrome, brushed nickel and glass fixtures seamlessly in this contemporary bathroom. Large white tiles and clean-lined chrome vanity enhance the modern design elements, giving way to a graceful freestanding tub.
The monochromatic white palette shows you don’t need to add color to the walls, countertops or floors to make a bathroom stylish, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build. The Atlanta firm renovated the outdated bathroom, removing the heavy tilework from the walls and creating a clean, modern bathroom with open shelves. They also opted against extras such as crown molding.