In the bathroom, Ana Claudia shows off her unique talent for picking just the right tile for a space. White subway tile looks uber-cool laid both vertically and horizontally for maximum whimsy. Warm brick adds sophistication to the bathroom design. And modern brass his-and-her mirrors finish off the space, giving it a modern feel. The mix of aesthetics works perfectly in this forever family home.
This petite guest bathroom is high on style, with a playful mix of tile that defines different elements of the space. From the geometric black-and-white floor to the horizontal lines of the white-tile shower to the bold pop of yellow penny round on the backsplash, the combination is whimsical and fun.
Luxury marble tile creates an almost seamless look on this classic white bathroom with complimentary mosaic tile floor. Mixing these two tile materials adds texture and depth to the monochromatic space.
Assorted white and gray bathroom accessories including a solid lacquer tray, covered jar, pump lotion dispenser, tissue holder and lacquer cotton holder offer attractive, easy-access storage for grooming essentials.
Tile can not only be beautiful, it can be functional as well. Here designer Becky Sue Becker uses natural stone in warm tones to create a single bathing space out of two. Connecting the shower and bath with one streamlined look creates the idea that it is its own defined oasis in a spacious master bath.
This grand master suite is made for luxury and comfort. The neutral color palette gives the space a sense of harmony while the Calcutta marble floors give the room an exquisite touch. The bathroom also features built in storage space with every surface and plenty of natural light through the open windows.
This transitional bathroom has a recessed nook for a free-standing tub. A built-in alcove with a mosaic tile backsplash adds visual interest to the wall while also keeping bath time essentials handy. Overhead, recessed lighting keeps the space bright and open.
A number of approaches enabled the bathroom to feel bigger – installation of a new pocket door eliminated congestion and replacing the tub with a curbless shower removed physical as well as visual barriers. The sleek wall-mounted toilet conserves floor space with its tank built inside the wall.