To open up this bathroom, light gray marble subway tiles are used on the walls. A pedestal sink has a small footprint and floating shelves are added for necessities. The gold-framed mirror helps to visually expand the space.
This luxurious master bathroom features mirrored detailing on the vanity cabinets that reflect custom artwork on the opposite wall. The raised center of the room features a mica ceiling treatment, and a dropped crystal chandelier further dresses up the space. Curved-front vanities echo the lines in the plumbing fixtures and tile pattern. A neutral color palette emphasizes the classic details of the space.
This spacious master bathroom features a convenient makeup nook that has been positioned underneath a set of windows, offering natural light for easy makeup application. A gray and white backsplash decorates the wall behind the vanity.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy charmed her client with this bathroom transformation that used a monochromatic, unadorned design to achieve a spa-like atmosphere. Sometimes the less-is-more approach works magic for a small space.
Geometric wallpaper offers a bold pattern in a soft gray and white. A neutral single vanity granite countertop, an industrial-style light fixture and beach-themed framed prints make this powder room light and airy.
The entire dressing room and wet room feature a porcelain plank tile in a distressed wood pattern, readily sourced from a local home improvement store. Vintage Birdseye maple obtained from an estate sale was repurposed to finish the new vanity design.
This stylish master bathroom features a double sink vanity with white wood cabinets and a neutral Cambria countertop. A built-in countertop cabinet provides extra room for stowing away bathroom essentials, while recessed lighting illuminates the space from above. Black floor tiles add a modern touch.
Susan Brunstrum gave every detail of this master bathroom renovation her attention, starting with the shower, which contrasts so beautifully with the darker tones of the vanity and wall cabinets of the room. The large shower stall is tiled in cream and features a glass entrance door. The shower tile color matches the vanity countertop and the tile of the bathroom floor.
Textured tile creates a full-wall backsplash and a lovely focal point in this transitional master bathroom built for two. Checkerboard floor tile adds interest, and its diagonal arrangement visually expands the space. The ceiling fixture is by Currey & Co.
The beauty of a neutral space is its ability to morph quickly with a change of accessories -- in this case, grass-green towels and rug. And neutral doesn't have to mean boring -- touches such as the backsplash with circular tiles and a subway-tiled shower with cutout storage area make this bathroom quirky and unique.