Black subway tile makes a smart backsplash for this Art Deco bathroom (that's Marilyn Monroe approved). Upper walls are covered in heathered gray wallpaper, a strong contrast to the tiles' glossy finish.
Modern Bathroom With Walk-In Shower and Stone Surround
This modern small bathroom features large stone tiles on the floor, walls, countertop and walk-in shower surround. The neutral striated pattern of the stone contrasts against the ceiling and one white wall. The walk-in shower features clear glass walls, and the dark-brown vanity includes a modern faucet with trough sink.
In another guest bathroom, designers anchored the space in blue-gray vanity cabinets and a white countertop. This clean look helps to connect this space to the rest of the home's spaces. To finish off this bathroom, a gray and white marble floor and a gray and white tile border around the mirror add warmth to the room's design.
Dark Khaki Shiplap Backsplash Adds Color and Anchors Stylish Bathroom Space
Designers pulled the dark khaki color from the tile and used it to add warmth to the shiplap backsplash. This feature wall adds a splash of color and creates a balance between the busy pattern of the tile floor and the glamour of the copper fixtures.
A sturdy antique iron machine base contrasts with the bright, airy vibe in this bathroom for an unexpected, unique look. The round silver mirror and white vessel sink modernize classic elements like beadboard walls and a marble vanity countertop.
Having virtually no natural light to work with is one of the biggest design challenges when creating a basement bathroom. Add dramatic elements with texture that make the space feel less like a basement or more like a spa-like bathroom.