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Clean, white geometric vessel sinks contrast the concrete countertops in this bathroom. The result is a room that feels modern yet industrial with a bit of warmth from the wood-framed mirrors.
A dark, geometric vanity becomes the main focal point in this simple bathroom. The vanity’s unique design gives the piece a sculptural quality that is truly unique.
In this small bathroom, gray, horizontal tiles work to add subtle visual interest and make the space feel larger. Floating the toilet and vanity also helped to free up visual space. White accessories and espresso-colored wood helps this bathroom feel like an upscale spa.
Dark stone tiles contrast clean, white porcelain sinks and a freestanding bathtub in its own separate space. Straight lines from the stone tiles and walls pair nicely with rounded sink basins and the curved tub.
A wall of linear mosaic tiles creates the effect of wallpaper from a distance. A dark wood vanity with a floating counter and open shelving gives the space a one-of-a-kind look. A rectangular vessel sink sits on top of the vanity for a modern touch.
Carrara marble tiles dress up the vanity wall as well as the inside of the glass-enclosed shower. A cool gray paint color was inspired by the mix of tile and helps the white accessories stand out. Features such as a vessel sink, simple soaking tub, and floating vanity help this marble bathroom have a modern air.
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This cherrywood vanity was the inspiration for a contemporary bathroom renovation. The addition of large, beige tiles leaves the bathroom feeling clean. Cherry cabinetry and paneling helps to separate the bathroom and add dimension.
Stone mosaic tile on one wall of the shower is the stand-out feature in this itty-bitty bathroom. The grain of the bamboo vanity goes with veining in the large gray tiles on the remaining walls. The same gray stone is used on the floor but laid in an intricate herringbone pattern.
An intricate floor made up of small, marble tiles creates a mosaic that makes this bathroom unique. The marble continues on the walls where veining adds color and movement. A sleek and simple vanity uses open-shelf storage to store towels.
Teak wood, limestone, and green glass tiles come together to form a bathroom that is a relaxing place to retreat after a long day. The sharp lines of the room lend a contemporary feel to the space that utilizes simplicity. A whirlpool with a cascading waterfall spout is a main feature that gets noticed.
Paneled teak walls echo the feel of a boat that inspired this bathroom design. Caged sconces on either side of the sink enhance the maritime feel and add a much needed dose of light. The table-style vanity is a custom creation and has a stone-composite top that pairs beautifully with shiny chrome legs.
Polished marble countertops have a dramatic impact against white cabinetry. Tiny mosaic tiles of different colors and size cover the walls, while on the floor, hexagon tiles create another interesting pattern. The use of white helps to break up the space and give the eye a break from all of the tile work.
Heavily veined marble floors give this bathroom a sophisticated and chic look, especially when paired with espresso-colored wood. Blue glass tiles adorn the walls in a vertical pattern that feels fresh and edgy. Clean lines from the bathtub and vessel sinks give the space a sense of simplicity and ease.
A variation of stone makes this bathroom feel relaxed yet not bland. Dark stone with horizontal veining covers the vanity wall, while lighter stone highlights the tub wall. A teak vanity is paired with a sculptural vessel sink that adds curves to this mainly geometric space.
A spacious walk-in shower divides two matching vanities and creates a sense of flow in this bathroom. Various neutral tiles cover the back wall of the shower, while marble helps to enclose the piece. Dark wood helps to ground the otherwise airy space.