Marble floors flow seamlessly into the marble walls, creating a cohesive design that is sophisticated and traditional. A glass door opens up to the walk-in shower area, which features a large soaker bathtub, open shelving and rainfall showerhead.
This beautiful spa bathroom combines unique details—like the orb-shaped chandelier and vertical skylight stripes—with classic elements for a refreshing, relaxing space. Gray tile smartly wraps around the shower and soaking tub; wide-plank wood floors and a sliding barn door bring a softening earthy touch.
This transitional-style bathroom uses a white tile shower along with white wainscoting to create a clean and fresh look. Light gray paint adds a touch of darker color while keeping the space light. The gray is echoed in the marble countertop on the dark wood vanity.
This lovely bathroom achieves a look that's both sophisticated and fresh. Gray subway tile backsplashes are a crisp backdrop for the walk-in shower and heavenly soaking tub, while a rustic barn door entrance brings softness to the space. Unusual vertical skylights flood the room with light.
An elegant mustard yellow mirror adds an element of surprise — in both style and color — to this transitional powder room. Soft blue-gray walls provide a timeless backdrop, and clean lines update the space.
This stylish bathroom features white subway wall tiles paired with a charcoal ceiling and gray traditional vanity. Black and white hexagon floor tiles add interesting texture, while chrome sconces on either side of the mirror provide a finishing touch.
Cool blue walls juxtapose against the warm terracotta floor tiles and rustic wood vanity and doors. Neutral tiles are used to create the walk-in shower, while an inset of blue tiles reflects the wall color.
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.
The interiors reflect a strong connection to history and place, drawing upon the past for inspiration. Custom, Pennville cabinets complement the simple, painted wainscot paneling and hexagonal mosaic floor tile. All of the vanities in the home were designed as free standing furniture.
Frameless glass surrounds the shower in this elegant, transitional master bathroom in Minnesota. A pair of mirrors tops the gray-painted dual vanity, and a freestanding tub completes the room's spa-like feel.
A custom cherry vanity tucks into the angular wall, making it a beautiful architectural feature rather than a design hindrance. The Piedrafina marble countertop and nickel finishes balance function, style and beauty.
This bathroom has everything guests need to feel comfortable: a vanity with two sinks, large drawers for extra linens and a glass-enclosed shower where they can wash up in the morning. A pretty pendant light adds interest to the room and makes the space as bright as possible.