This earth-toned bathroom features a spacious sink with a long rectangular basin and dual chrome faucets. A brown mosaic tile backsplash is paired with dark wood cabinetry and shelving, while a wall-to-wall mirror shows off the corner window that allows natural light to flood the space.
The fun, whimsical color palette continues from the kids' room into the bathroom. The large mirror reflects the colors in the space, making the bathroom appear larger, while a chic, modern vanity adds a touch of style that will grow up with the kids. Drawers provide storage, while a shelf gives the family easy access to linens and artwork finishes the space.
This rustic yet luxurious bathroom includes marble countertops as well as a double-sink vanity, glass-enclosed shower and whirlpool bathtub. An exposed-beam vaulted ceiling provides a finishing touch to the space.
Marble abounds in this luxurious and dramatic master bath. White marble sheathes the walls, while darker marble tiles adorn the floor and the cozy-yet-grand bathing niche. A freestanding tub teams with dual sinks and separate shower to create an indulgent retreat in space-starved New York City.
This transitional bathroom features a bright blue double vanity with a white countertop and wall-to-wall mirror. A pendant light hangs above each sink, while brown wood-look ceramic tiles cover the floor. The mirror's reflection shows off a large walk-in shower with glass tile and a rainfall showerhead.
Marble sheathes the floors and extends onto the tub deck and shower wall of this contemporary master bathroom. Large wrap-around windows provide spectacular views of the ocean beyond. Water from two waterfall faucets appears to pour into the tub from the ocean itself.
This bold pink bathroom borrows colors from the custom-made shower curtain and places them throughout the rest of the space in carefully chosen accessories. A single vanity offers plenty of counter space for trinkets, as well as much-needed storage underneath.
Deep brown cabinetry features clean, contemporary doors with bronze knobs and brings out the brown accents of the cream countertops. To save some money, Cowles builds a frame around the existing mirror rather than buying a completely new one.