The varying neutral tones seen throughout the small mosaic tiles in this contemporary bathroom tie together the dark stone countertops and medium-grained wood cabinets. Large neutral tiles used on the floor and within the shower area provide a soft balance throughout the space.
The guest bathroom features walls lined in blackened steel diamond plate, cement tile floors and a cement floating sink designed by Andrea Michaelson. The open shower creates a spacious feel. The contemporary design style with industrial modern touches carries throughout the home.
Asian-Inspired Master Bathroom with Purple Accent Wall
This contemporary master bathroom has an Asian aesthetic with screened doors and bamboo accents. Black tile lines the shower, and stainless steel accents are apparent throughout the space. A splash of purple on the vanity wall provides a hint of color in the otherwise neutral space.
This spacious black and gray contemporary bathroom seems to go on forever, with a large shower and double vanity leading to a separate area, which features a large black jacuzzi tub and red chandelier.
When looking to update existing cabinet door fronts without major costs, keep in mind that glossy black and glossy white paint instantly modernize almost any style door front, resulting in a much newer look. In order to properly refinish old cabinet door fronts, first, remove them from the casing, marking the back of each door front and the inside of the cabinet with painter's tape marked with coordinating numbers. Next, remove the existing finish with fine-grit sandpaper and wipe away dust with a damp cloth. Add an even coat of primer to the front and back of each door front as well as the fascia of the cabinet casing. Lastly, use a professional-grade, two- or three-inch angled brush to apply two coats of a high-gloss latex paint, as well as a clear coat of polyurethane. Keep the space well-ventilated for 24 to 48 hours to allow fumes to subside.
Small Yet Striking Bathroom With Herringbone Tile Walls
Originally constructed in 1909, this small master bathroom could not be expanded in terms of space. By embracing dark, moodier colors and installing gleaming tile surfaces and chrome finishes, the room was given a larger personality.