Bathroom Wall Tile
Clean lines bring a soothing luxury-hotel vibe to a formerly tired and cramped bath. The rich, warm tones of the double-sided vanity and the ceramic tile on the floor create striking contrast with the white freestanding tub and frosty blue glass tiles on the
walls in this bathroom. A sculptural freestanding tub echoes the clean lines of its surroundings and was strategically located under a window that overlooks a wooded area.
Back-to-back vanities made of eucalyptus wood give the homeowners their own separate spaces. To maintain an airy ambience amid the dark wood, the vanity bases were kept open, with a lower
storage shelf and exposed plumbing. Frosty blue glass wall tile helps balance the dark tones of the vanity and a ceramic tile floor that's designed to resemble hardwood. The homeowners chose to wrap the entire room in the same tile treatment to create a seamless look.
A custom built-in has the look of a cabinet without taking up any floor space, and it offers ample
storage for towels, toiletries, and other necessities. This cabinet is recessed into the wall, providing the bathroom with a low-maintenance, stylish storage boost.
White-painted maple carts (one on each side of the vanity wall) balance the dark tones of the stately vanity. The carts' glass tops and high-gloss lacquer finish make them easy to maintain. The carts corral cosmetics and toiletries, and their portability makes it easy to slide them over to the bathtub if the homeowners need easy access to contents while soaking.
Glass Tile Shower Surround
The shower's clear glass surround further reflects the bathroom's seamless simplicity. Working in conjunction with the generous-size windows nearby, the steam shower's glass enclosure connects the bath with the outdoors. The glass allows natural light from the windows to shine through while providing a smooth transition to the tub.
A handy niche in the shower offers convenient
storage and a seamless, upscale look. This space carves out a place to keep soap and shampoo within easy reach.
Fixtures are an easy way to enhance appeal in a
bathroom. With a range of spray options, this showerhead provides an invigorating, spa-like experience. The continuation of the tiled backdrop creates a smooth transition between the shower and the rest of the room.
In this gorgeous bath, strategically selected surfaces create a light and bright atmosphere. An oversize mirror on one wall of the
bathroom helps create the illusion of a larger space while. Glass tile, applied to the bathroom wall and the tub surround, also reflect light and mimic the greenery and trees in the garden just outside the bathroom.
Though most people would expect to see a medicine cabinet rather than a window above a
bathroom sink, the homeowners opted to keep the window to preserve the light and the view. When they need a mirror, they simply open the door to the medicine cabinet to the right of the sink. An expansive countertop offers maximum storage and primping space.
Green glass tiles capture the essence of the contemporary bath's natural aesthetic. The variegated tile pattern contributes a custom look, while the soft sage green acts as a tranquil buffer to the crisp grout lines and tile shape.
Geometric shapes -- a square tub, rectangular tile and shelf niche, a round showerhead and controls -- are characteristic of contemporary design. A glass door helps this tub-shower combo feel open and inviting, while the tiled surround protects the
Simple lines and a subtle
color scheme visually enlarge the bathroom. Here, a sleek wall-mount faucet mingles with the modern simplicity of green rectangular tile. Located under an expansive window, the geometric basin adds a luxurious touch while retaining a spacious, uncluttered look.
A freestanding tub, modern fixtures, gorgeous tile, and a toilet room transformed this dormer-size
bathroom into a spa-like retreat. Floor-to-ceiling tile cloaks the walls for a striking focal point. The different hues of blue tile work together to complement the natural feel of the bath. Clean, modern lines add warmth and a little glamour.
Tile with Modern Flair
Rather than a traditional medicine chest, the homeowners opted for a mirror framed in the same dark-stained oak used for the vanity and
storage shelf. The mirror adds an upright sense of style that projects a clean, organized look. Repeated elements, such as the slab style of the mirror, sink, and vanity, make the bath feel stylish and cohesive.
Distinctive light fixtures make a style statement in the
bathroom. Modern wall-mount sconces dress up walls and add essential lighting to the vanity area. The brown stain on the oak vanity and storage shelf complements both the tile and the flooring.
Many materials play off each another for a sleek and sophisticated vanity. The modern vessel sink echoes the style of the tub and contrasts with the dark vanity. A wall-mount faucet frees counter space and adds a finishing touch to the vanity area. Behind the sink, a resin panel allows light to brighten the room, giving the vanity a spa-like feel.
Center of Attention
As the room's focal point, the soaking tub looks like a piece of modern
art at the center of the room. A new energy-efficient window lets in lots of light. Red oak flooring stained a rich, dark brown enhances the sense of warmth and connects the new room to the 1920s style of the home and its neighborhood.
Open & Inviting
It's hard to say which offers a more luxurious spa feeling, the tub or the shower. Blue mosaic tiles flecked with earth tones cover
bathroom walls for a stunning, over-the-top look that's visible through the shower enclosure. Glass shower doors achieve the natural, open feel the homeowners desired.
bathroom, the simple lines of the tub filler repeat those in the rest of the room. Here, blue tiles introduce color and pattern behind the tub, adding contrast and interest to the space while concealing bathroom plumbing.
A pocket door that matches the flooring separates the toilet from the rest of the
bathroom. Pale blue walls replicate the shade in the master bedroom and match the tile used in the rest of the bathroom, creating a cohesive master suite.
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