This bathroom was long and narrow, so the space needed to be opened up both functionally and visually, which was achieved by elevating everything off the floors. A black-and-white color palette with touches of gray keeps the design simple and clean, and dimension is added through a variety of textures—the marble subway tiles, mixed metals and using light grouting to juxtapose the black floor tiles.
The silver Ann Sacks Lux tile steals the show in this transitional master bathroom, immediately catching the eye and contrasting beautifully with the black flooring. Beneath the arched window, a freestanding tub adds a touch of drama and is perfectly positioned for basking in ample natural lighting.
Bold black wallpaper plays up the drama while a white pedestal sink saves space in this small bathroom. A geometric mirror, the same width as the sink, ties in with the graphic wallpaper and keeps the design in proportion.
With a single-vanity and shower, this guest bathroom is ideal for friends and family who visit one weekend. White subway tile and a black mosaic tile floor achieve an energetic yet sophisticated look that guests will love.
Don't miss a beat with this classic black and white bathroom. A TV mounted in the corner allows for uninterrupted TV viewing while getting ready in the mornings. A chic double vanity with marble countertops provides plenty of storage and space.
The shower in this bathroom features sleek, angular tile work and a crisp black and white palette. A vintage mirror adds a charming touch, a wood vanity lends an earthy feel and a swing-arm wall lamp is an unexpected element.
Designer Claire Paquin lent an industrial feel to this guest bathroom by installing a small vanity unit with exposed plumbing underneath the sink. The black and white hexagonal tile flooring, marble tile backsplash and chrome fixtures help build a modern look with a splash of a 1950s design.
Most people want a bathroom that looks, above all other things, clean! This space reflects that desire, using a classic black-and-white design that always feels sharp and pulled together. The brass sconce and fixtures are a current-day update to the chrome and silver that have dominated the market in past years. Drawers under the double vanity hold essential bathroom items, and an angular brass tray between the sinks displays flowers in simple crystal vases.
Craftsman-style cabinets are paired with sleek black countertops, while graphic black-and-white wallpaper creates a bold statement. A pair of beveled mirrors helps to reflect the light, visually enlarging the bathroom.
A mix of styles and colors create an eclectic environment in this spacious master bathroom featuring a glass shower and double vanity. Rich Rosedown Hickory flooring grounds the light-as-air space, while a series of windows flood the room with natural light. Three windows open to ventilate the space.
In a master bath designed for a couple, JamesThomas Design created a space with rich architectural detailing and a simple black-and-white color scheme. Above the his-and-hers vanity, the design team fixed mirrors in frames with a mirrored medicine cabinet between the two mirrors.
A second-floor sunroom was converted into this master bathroom, which required a bit of creativity in order to achieve enough privacy to make the homeowner comfortable. The dark grout ties in the black windows, and the white soaking tub coordinates beautifully with the white subway tile.