White marble tile lines the entirety of this spa shower creating a luxurious effect. A built-in bench and ledge provide convenient surfaces to store shower accessories. A bamboo mat offers a soft cushion for feet during extra long, indulgent showers.
Transitional Master Bathroom With Black Pennytile Floors
To make the master bathroom feel a bit more modern, designer Kerra Michele Huerta brought in a sleek glass shower door, a clean-lined vanity and black pennytile floors. The vanity has space for towels underneath and so helps the bathroom stay clutter-free.
From the cubic pattern on the floor to the sharp line of the chair rail, this Brooklyn bathroom is a study in crisp geometry. The clean black-and-white color palette is uninterrupted, and traditional elements like the footed, furniture-style vanity and subway tile walls keep the area grounded.
Light and Bright Transitional Bathroom With Glass Enclosed Shower
Natural light illuminates this transitional bathroom with a glass enclosed shower that shows off the gray tile shower walls. A white stone vanity countertop provides a fresh look, while herringbone natural hardwood floors add a finishing touch.
This transitional-style powder room looks larger than it is thanks to a tall mirrored backsplash. The glossy marble floor is complemented by the striking marble sink, which has open space beneath, contributing to the space feeling roomier than it actually is.
The master bath's larger vanity, with solid maple drawer fronts painted bright white, includes a 40-inch-wide by 30-inch-high medicine cabinet with anodized aluminum construction and a durable rust-free and chip-free finish.
A double vanity lends ample counter and storage space to this bathroom, decorated in a soothing white and cream color scheme. The wallpaper, depicting fish swimming in the sea, adds a subtle coastal feel to the space.
By tucking the curved freestanding tub into a corner by the window, designer Joan Suzio was able to capture space for the walk-in shower. A niche recessed in the wall is a tidy spot to place shampoos and soaps to keep them off the floor or bench. Although a curbless shower with zero threshold was desired, the curb helps keep water off the bathroom floor.
For this small, neutral-toned powder room, designer Debbie Talianko commissioned a seascape mural in sandy colors to blend with the nautical theme of the home. A medium wood vanity and matching mirror above the sink add warmth to the decor, and brushed nickel fixtures complete the look.