Classic tiles, from penny tile on the floor to subway tile in the shower, create texture in this all-white bathroom. A pair of matching clean-lined vanities are tucked into the nook with chrome sconces lighting the space.
To match the coastal feel of the rest of the home, a light blue double vanity is installed. The subway tile shower is designed curbless for a streamlined look, and soft gray and white tiles ground the master bathroom.
To match the coastal feel of the rest of the home, a light blue double vanity is clad in clean white countertops. A large mirror with contemporary sconces reflects the space and helps to visually expand it.
Almost invisible glass shower walls create a seamless view through the picturesque window from the rest of the bathroom and the soaker tub. A sleek double vanity pairs dark wood with charcoal gray countertops, and open cubbies keep towels handy.
Polished concrete floors and a wood paneled ceiling set the tone for an intriguing design in this master bathroom. Exposed plumbing adds an industrial vibe, while a freestanding tub lends classic charm.
Jessica Helgerson uses Daltile in a 3 x 6 white brick and chooses a thin-set rather than a thicker setting bed to cover the walls in this bathroom. For added detailing, she drops the ceiling around the exposed-leg vanity to create a little niche. The floor is a limestone hexagon pattern that adds visual interest.
Two separate vanities and a dressing table provide ample space for getting ready in this traditional master bathroom. Neutral tile grounds the space, while flowing curtains bring in a luxurious element.
The monochromatic foundation is infused with a variety of textures and materials, including the graphic-printed wallpaper, to create a visually enticing bathroom. A large mirror helps to expand the space and reflect light around the room.