Black Subway Tile, LED Lighting Create Urban Look in Bathroom
Inspired by the look of New York City buildings, designer Tomas Frenes used black subway tile with white grout, LED lighting that mimics the style of neon signs and a custom smoked glass window to create an urban style in this master bathroom.
This modern black and white bathroom is truly luxurious. The brass faucets, drawer handles and mirror frames provide a touch of opulence. The black honeycomb tile floor is echoed in the glass-walled walk-in shower. A double vanity provides sleek symmetry. But the true star is a stunning black and white freestanding soaking tub, a gorgeous spot to let the day's stresses soak away.
As seen on Restored by the Fords, the bathroom of Steve's personal apartment in Pittsburgh, PA. Steve and Leanne restored the industrial warehouse and created an urban apartment. Restorations included sleek black tile to give the bathroom a masculine feel.
The sophisticated design of this bathroom befits its urban setting: simple, spare but elegant. The marble flooring picks up the crisp accent of the black window frame and check out that tempting soaking tub.
White Urban Bathroom With Green Shower and Floating Vanity
For this small, loft-style powder room, HGTV Star contestant Crisermy Mercado took a minimalist approach and used a neutral color scheme with splashes of bright hues here and there. The floating vanity helps increase square footage and makes the space appear sleeker.
The master bath in this modern style Austin home offers a private outdoor space that feels like a hidden sauna. Two outdoor chairs offer seating with a private fence and view to the soaking tub through a large glass window.
Loft Bathroom With Brown Tile Ceiling and Marble Partition
A marble tub and shower are separated by a marble half wall for privacy while maintaining the open loft feel. Natural light from windows above reflects off the glazed tile ceiling, providing light for the bathroom area.