Photo By: Bob Graham, Jr. Photography courtesy of Hallmark Homes Group
Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography
Photo By: Design Styles Architecture
Photo By: Todd Douglas / Getty Images
Photo By: Eric Perry
Spa Bathroom with Freestanding Tub and Long, Contemporary Vanity
This spa-like bathroom shows its contemporary edge beginning with the long, sleek vanity Pure Vanity Design Interiors selected as a focal point for the room. The dark wood of the cabinetry harmonizes with the brown tones of the herringbone-patterned tile floor, while working with the lighter tones used for the rest of the room. Especially lovely is the half wall of light gray marble that wraps around the space and the free-standing, contemporary tub located adjacent to the vanity. The design here is simple, straightforward and functional for users.
The boy's bathroom features a simple white vanity with dual sinks and a rolling chair upholstered in a zebra fabric to sit and get dressed. A large frameless mirror presents a view of the shower, bathtub and colorful wall art behind the vanity.
Even the powder room boasts elegance. Large gray tiles cover the walls and floor, and a frameless mirror really enhances the space visually. Delicate pendant lights hang above the rich brown vanity with a thick, gray stone countertop.
While wall-mounted sconces are more typically used alongside the bathroom mirrors, substituting silver mercury glass cloche pendants adds an unexpectedly glamorous touch to the guest bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014. Silver accessories and an antiqued mirror add more sparkle.
Contemporary Bathroom With Gray Textured Wallpaper
This spacious bathroom features a single sink vanity with ample drawer storage and a separate makeup vanity. Neutral tile is used throughout the main bathroom and glass enclosed shower, while textured gray wallpaper adds a finishing touch.
An open, walk-in shower features a glass wall, charcoal gray tile and built-in tile bench. A pair of mirrors hang above the double vanity, which provides open and hidden storage. Soft gray tiles laid in a herringbone pattern ground the space.
The New York architectural firm Robert A. M. Stern Designs notches up that luxurious feel with Bendheim etched glass enclosures for this walk-in shower. Not only can you feel the texture of this lace-like design on both the inside and outside of the shower panels, you can also get a sense of movement under light. The best part: It's naturally resistant to fingerprints and stains, which makes this product a top choice for this high-traffic space.