Opposite the shower in the master bathroom, a tub is tucked neatly in the private corner of the space. To highlight this fixture in the space, designers included teal Spanish tile around the top of the tub and around the base to create separation between the tub and the floor while adding a decorative flair.
This double slipper copper tub takes center stage of the master bathroom with amazing views of a mountain and surrounding lands through the picture window. Antler-printed drapery panels and a pair of pendant lights soften the space.
This bathroom is full of beautiful colors and patterns: painted and glazed tiles make up the backsplash and countertop. The sink is painted ceramic and the mirror has a delicate painted pattern as well.
The variances in the travertine wall tiles and hand-crafted mosaics add character and interest to this southwest-style bathroom. A gold-framed mirror and enchanting sconce lights add a touch of elegance to the space.
In renovating this 1970s-style bathroom, designer Lori Carroll with Lori Carroll and Associates opted for a transitional modern look. She mixed stainless steel shelves with Southwestern tile, and replaced the dated pink tub with an oversized shower.
Decorative Southwestern tile frames the mirrors above the furniture-style vanities in this gorgeous bathroom. Spiked red candlesticks pop next to the wood vanities, and a striped rug adds subtle color.
This beautiful and luxurious Southwestern design features a white clawfoot bathtub perfect for relaxing and enjoying the outdoor view. Potted plants bring natural color and life to the room, while spiked red candlesticks add personality.
The master bathroom looks especially grand with its hand-carved mirrors, elongated vanity with his-and-her sinks and bathtub defined by stone columns. A small, antique stool sits directly by the tub, giving the owners a spot for towels, books or a glass of wine.
Natural light showcases the beautiful and inviting clawfoot tub in this southwestern spa-like bathroom. Potted plants bring in natural color while tall red candlesticks make a bold and fun decorative statement. The reflective quality of the spherical light fixture adds an enchanting detail to the design.
In this bathroom renovation, Arizona designer Lori Carroll didn’t want to depart too drastically from the home’s overall style. She intentionally incorporated elements, like the tile from Daltile, that fit the home's Southwestern design, but provided a transitional modern update.
Wanting the guest bathroom to look cohesive with the rest of the house, the designers outfitted the space with a textured mirror, a clay-topped vanity and artful accents. Two iron sconces, as well as a light fixture overhead, keep the space bright for morning and evening routines.
A great paint color completely transforms a room. Designer Erica Islas uses a tangerine hue to complement the dark blue tiles of this Spanish-inspired bathroom. Try Olympics's Honey Toast to achieve a similar look.
The master bathroom's shower feel luxurious thanks to a custom tile job including a detailed border and inset for toiletries. It is equipped with both a rain shower head and hand-held shower head so no matter your preference, you're sure to get squeaky clean.
By installing these tiles from Daltile in the shower, Arizona designer Lori Carroll was able to add color and style to this transitional Southwestern bathroom. By taking out the tub and adding a large shower, Carroll was also able to open up the space.