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Modern Powder Room with Artful Mix of Tiles
With one wall composed of black, oversized octagonal tile, another wall with an organic freeform tile design and a floor with patterned marble tile, this small and modern bathroom is a treat for the eyes. A floating vanity and modern wall-mounted toilet echo the geometric lines of the tile. Brass accents give the room a little bit of glam.
Modern White Bathroom with Mirrors and Open Shelving
Expand your mirrors. In this bathroom, Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta surrounded an existing recessed medicine cabinet with sheet mirror on the top and both sides, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design. This glamorous extra is easier and more affordable than it looks and makes the room appear much larger.
Incorporating other textures into your bathroom design will add interest, contrast and allow metallic accents to shine. This bathroom balances the sleek industrial look of polished silver and oil bronze with warm timber floors, exposed brick walls, glass and a beautiful light fixture.
An ultra-modern sink basin topped by a fun modern mirror gives a lot of look to this small powder room. Oversized black octagonal tile creates a dramatic backsplash. The mirror reflects the freeform, organic design on the opposing wall. Overall, the effect is fun, funky and whimsical, yet luxe.
Down the hall, a door opens into a cool, two-toned bathroom. A long wood vanity keeps extra towels and toiletries on hand for guests, while a shower with built-in shelves only increases the space's functionality.
On the other side of this bathroom, guests will find a gorgeous, glass-enclosed shower. As if the feature didn't look luxe enough, it also comes with a special rain shower head and an eye-catching tile backsplash.
Though small in scale, this bathroom is big on texture. The treatment behind the vanity and in the shower mimics the look of ocean waves and so has a calming presence in the space. Meanwhile, a basin sink with two faucets allows the kiddos (or visitors) to brush their teeth together.
Although often described as unusable space, underneath the stairs can be used as storage, or even a bathroom. Instead of carving into valuable kitchen square footage, a powder room finds its place under the stairs and out of the way.
An all-white palette and reflective surfaces give this New York bathroom a crisp, clean look. Subway tile with a subtle sheen form a wainscot on the walls and encircle the tub-shower combo, while glass shower doors visually expand the small space.
A rustic timber wall and custom rusticated vanity mixes with sleek marble tile in this cozy bathroom. A freestanding tub is petite, maximizing space, while the walk-in shower features frameless glass that extends to the ceiling, giving the illusion of more space. Custom curtains draw for privacy.