As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 20 square feet from a neighboring bedroom to allow room for a luxurious free standing soaking tub in this newly renovated master bath. Hanging above the tub, a black and white vintage-style portrait adds dramatic industrial flair to the neutral space.
In this industrial-modern bathroom there's a wooden bathroom vanity, that has double sinks with tall rectangular mirrors above each one. A glass shower surround allows the light from the windows to pass through and fill the room, while stone tile adds a soft natural touch to the space.
This bathroom is exactly what you might expect in a loft such as this: spacious and without division. An open shower with a bench, surrounded by subway tiles, is the highlight of the space. A double vanity with a huge mirror promises you'll never fight for mirror space again. The all-white palette assures a fresh, streamlined look.
The single vanity in this bathroom is actually an antique table repurposed into a bathroom staple with the addition of a marble top and modern chrome fixtures. The large mirror above the sink is surrounded by a frame of light and is flanked by symmetrically placed sconces — providing tons of light to increase the sense of size in the small space.
Inspired by the look of New York City buildings, designer Tomas Frenes used black subway tile with white grout, LED lighting that mimics the style of neon signs and a custom smoked glass window to create an urban style in this master bathroom.
As seen on Good Bones, Karen and Mina wanted to continue the elegant, industrial style into this bathroom, so they carried the reclaimed wood floor into this space. Brown accents keep the space neutral, while continuing to complement the design of the space. In the shower area, designers used subway tile arranged in a chevron pattern to add depth to the space and brighten this neutral space.
A moody color palette and industrial accents are used to echo the looks of New York City buildings in the master bathroom of an Atlanta townhome. A custom-made window overooking the living space below replaced an existing set of glass blocks. High-gloss subway tile reflect the stylish lighting. Wood-look tile alternates with black tile to create visual contrast.
As seen on Good Bones, Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak created an elegant bathroom from what was once a walk-in closet. The continued the reclaimed wood floors from the bedroom into this bathroom, and they use brown accents to create an elegant industrial design to match the rest of the house.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 20 square feet from a neighboring bedroom to allow room for a luxurious free standing soaking tub in this newly renovated master bath. In addition to the industrial fixtures and decor, a glass shower with a rolling door creates a contemporary look in this now bright and spacious room.
Double up - Doubling up on your sink space in your master bathroom has its practical side. If you share a bathroom, you’ll never have to bicker over the sink or how many shelves of storage you can claim and it also takes the room from neat to grand.
A moody color palette and industrial accents are used to echo the looks of New York City buildings in the master bathroom of an Atlanta townhome. High-gloss subway tile reflect the stylish lighting. LED lights on the mirrored medicine cabinet evoke the look of neon signs.
As seen on Good Bones, this home had no powder room on the first floor, so Mina and Karen added one. The vanity and mirror tie together to create that elegant, industrial style to match the rest of the home.