12 Bathrooms: Ideas You'll Love
Photo By: Scott Mayoral
Designer Joseph Pubillones enveloped this small space in a serene palette of tiles and added mirrors for light and the illusion of space. (Photo by Daniel Newcomb)
The chartreuse- and pink-tiled steam shower housed in a floor-to-ceiling glass enclosure is the star in this contemporary bath by Joseph Pubillones. (Photo by Daniel Newcomb)
Posh Powder Room
An arrangement of calla lilies provides a welcoming contrast in this dramatic, contemporary bath by Christopher J. Grubb. (Photo by Scott Mayoral)
Classic and Clean
Designer Lori Gilder placed a wooden cabinet between pedestal sinks to create contrast, storage and counter space.
No need to share the mirror in this bathroom designed by Kenneth Brown. The large-scale mirror makes the space appear larger. (Photo by Michael McCreary Photography)
To build a luxurious bathroom, carefully consider the architecture. Invest in high ceilings, large windows and elaborate moldings. Linda Maglia designed this Tuscan-inspired space.
Designer Ammie Kim used a mix of materials to create a rich yet comfortable feel in this modern space. Natural stone wall tiles, marble floors and glass shower panels create clean lines. A double vanity with granite countertops blends with the tile, while smoke-gray cabinetry gives the space a punch of dark color.
Color Combo Cool
Can you spot the shower in this picture? Even with its bold color palette, the shower almost disappears between a private outdoor space and the vanity area in this creative bathroom designed by Lori Dennis. Glass tile on the backsplash and in the shower (big enough for two or more) adds playful color and excitement to the room.
Neutral colors, natural materials and a symmetrical floor plan contribute to the spa-like serenity in this bathroom designed by Kenneth Brown. (Photo by Mayer Bowden Photography)
A simple arrangement of fresh botanicals adds an ideal splash of color in this bathroom full of nature's influences, designed by organic bathroom.
This once-dingy bathroom was turned into an elegant space for less than $1,000. The homeowner used prefab cabinets, added molding and replaced hunter-green tile with marble. (Design by Rate My Space contributor mamma4x)
It's All in the Details
This bathroom is in Bali but you don't have to live in an exotic location to have a vacation-inspired bathroom. One stunning detail, such as a stone vessel sink, can be the start of a showstopper, take-me-away bathroom. (Design by Bobendana, Rate My Space)