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.
This modern bathroom might be small but shows a lot of style. Vertical subway tiles line the shower and tub, with gray and white geometric floor tiles below. The single vanity features a marble countertop and glass bowl vessel sink.
This master bathroom has a high window allowing light and privacy and a contrast of modern cabinetry with classic subway and decorative concrete tile. A floral floor pattern brings life into the all white modern design.
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.
To give this bathroom a modern vibe, white subway tile walls don't detract from the floating vanity and satin brass wall-mounted faucet. Brass is also accented throughout the bathroom in the light fixture, paper holder and decorative accents. The large mirror reflects the rest of the bathroom, making the space feel even bigger. Jumbo walnut wedge hooks add a bit of warmth and finish the space.
A floating vanity and spacious glass shower open up this previously cramped bathroom. Rather than splurging on stone slab counters, Brown Design Group cuts costs with a one-piece countertop and sink. A single glass-panel shower helps the room feel larger while saving on extra hardware for a swinging door. Large-format wall tiles make for a quick install.
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.
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.
Modern Bath in Neutral and Warm Wood Tones with Red Accents
Brown mosaic tile serves as a springboard for this bathroom's casual-chic design sensibility, while twin mirrors visually widen the space. The guest bathroom, from the 2012 HGTV Green Home, has beautifully finished wood cabinets and floors to warm up the room and red accents add a bright pop of color against white walls. The signature tile is a frosted glass micro-block in a tortoise shell-inspired shade. The upper-floor space also features interior windows opening to the adjacent tairwell.