Modern Guest Bath With Marble-Topped Vanity and Backsplash
Keeping with the home's white-marble color scheme, this guest bathroom features a marble-topped vanity and shower with a marble backsplash. Both stone slabs add subtle movement and visual interest to this small bathroom.
This sleek master bathroom features a water-efficient toilet with a motion-controlled cover and lid, heated seat and foot warmer. Built-in speakers make it easy to enjoy your favorite music even when taking a shower.
Smart Storage in Small Bathroom Remodeling Project
Designer Todd Davis worked two smart space-creating solutions into this small San Francisco bathroom remodeling project. A built-in cabinet conceals storage for linens and toiletries without adding any visual clutter, while a small niche in the shower space offers a spot to leave soap and shampoo without taking up much real estate.
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.
Make a tile “area rug.” If you’re already switching out the tile on your floor, adding this decor detail doesn’t cost you any extra -- but it can go a long way toward bringing you the stylish bathroom you want. Designer Nancy Keenan of Harris Park Homes used the technique here to add visual interest and to tie the detailed tile work in the shower with the rest of the bathroom.
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.
This urban, industrial powder room features scarlet red walls to generate instant excitement and contrast with the surrounding fired metal panels. Novel, bare bulb fixtures dangle humbly from red cable, illuminating the surroundings with eclectic allure.
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.
Leather door pulls and patterned floor tile are among the many fun details in this modern, streamlined bathroom with a twist. The home's mid-century lines are reflected in the vanity and storage piece; meanwhile, modern details like the vessel sinks that rest opposite a soaker tub bring the space squarely into the twenty-first century.