In this appealing bathroom, part of the master suite, designers opted for a clear-coated walnut vanity to bring warmth and sophistication to the space. They paired the wood with white marble called “White Haze" for the walls, countertops and floor as well as glittering accents of polished nickel.
This bathroom eschews traditional wood vanities in favor of modern simplicity: think a soaking tub and a shower with sleek glass walls. At the same time, a tile backsplash adds just a hint of character and charm.
Shauna fell in love with the cabinet, by Hooker Furniture, while the house was still in the blueprint stage and made sure it would fit in this small space. She had the legs removed to make it vanity height and a hole cut in the top for a sink. Two other twists on classics: damask-inspired wallpaper by Serena & Lily and a navy lacquer pagoda mirror from Shades of Light.
Officially, Shauna didn’t intend to put this Otomi wallpaper by Hygge & West all over the bathroom. But the real story is, she knew what she was doing all along. With the metal and glass table (from Urban Outfitters) that holds towels, this room feels like a spa—for labradoodle Rooney, too.
The black and white palette of this master bathroom gives a clean, timeless look. Visual interest is brought in via cool faceted tiles on the walls, adding depth without being overwhelming. The floors are concrete with a black matte finish.
The wood flooring in the sink area transitions to a sloped floor to accommodate the open shower, while a textured wall and a series of niches delight the eye while providing practical functionality. The open shower’s sensuous wall of texture is reminiscent of mid-century patterns.
A master bathroom featuring a walk-in shower with a seamless glass wall and a white acrylic freestanding tub. The wall tile in the shower contrasts beautifully with the white tile on the floor, and the grey flooring throughout the bathroom adds depth and dimension to this stunning washroom.
The square shape of this bathroom's black steel boundary wall is picked up by the small white mosaic tiles that line the shower. A more organic note is brought in via houseplants and cedar floor planking.
Tranquil Contemporary Bathroom With Walk-In Shower
This simple bathroom addition was for a homeowner on the run. With two small kids, the homeowner wanted to be able to throw the kids in the shower without hassling with a door and raised curb. This made for a fun and personalized space.
A floating double vanity pairs warm woods with bright white countertops, while marble is used to ground the space. The walk-in shower features soft green subway tiles, a glass divider and rainfall showerhead.