Simple surfaces and natural materials lend a warm contemporary look to this 187-square-foot addition. A soak in this leafy, light-filled master bath makes you feel like you’re at a luxurious spa resort. Walls of glass open the bathtub corner to a private garden.
Tranquility beckons in this spa retreat, thanks to low lighting, an earthy palette, and sliding doors that open to a courtyard.
Sandstone tiles form the tub platform and continue into the courtyard; a step made of organically shaped black locust wood eases the transition from indoors to out.
In this master bath, the windows open to allow cooling breezes, and the air-jetted tub is ready to relax in. The custom-built cabinets and sea-green stained concrete vanity countertops complement the tile glass mosaics and floor tile.
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From its vaulted ceilings to its tile floors and terra-cotta walls, this bathroom was made for pampering. The elevated tub is surrounded by marble and is accessible from three sides.
The tiled, ultra-roomy shower boasts dual faucets, multiple shower heads, and high-set windows that filter in natural light.
Sage green and sunny yellow paint wrap this narrow bath in 18-inch-wide horizontal stripes. Pedestal sinks with wide-set lavatory fixtures in satin nickel, mirrors in bamboo-style frames, and contemporary lighting complete the space.
A marble floor, pearly mosaic tiles, and a concrete countertop turn this master bath into a luxurious spa-style space. The clean lines and muted colors create a tranquil atmosphere.
This vintage tub and eye-opening tilework reflect a retro spirit. Vivid green and turquoise subway tiles echo the color scheme of the rest of this beach house.
The homeowners cut costs dramatically in this guest bath renovation when they decided to keep the freestanding porcelain sink and white tile.
Instead, they focused on cosmetic changes and more affordable options: splashing the walls with a sunshine hue, incorporating chrome accents, and hanging a toile shower curtain and window valance. Such elements make a big impact with minimal expense.
Designer Mona Hajj placed this bathtub before a wall of windows to impart elegance and a sense of retreat to the room. The sculptural shape and paneling wall surrounding the tub impart old-world elegance
This bath is a masterful mix of textures and materials, a combination of subtle colors and bold ideas. His-and-hers vanities are tiled with elegant Italian marble in a warm, copper hue, and stainless steel is tacked along the edge of the countertops for a contemporary look. Stained concrete adds an aged appearance to the floors, while mirrors make the small room live large.
The designer used a limited color palette and took advantage of natural light in this simple, strong architectural design. The tub is covered in small marble tiles, as is the matching partition that wraps around the back and makes an elegant screen for the shower.
Framed shell prints decorate a wall in this powder room. The classic seaside elements of the bathroom -- horizontal paneling, exterior shutters, shell décor -- leave no doubt you’re at the beach.
Designer Cathy Kincaid established a look of feminine refinement in this spacious master bathroom. Classic elements abound in the space, including a mirrored vanity, tufted ottoman, recessed tub, porcelain urns, silk lampshades, and a checkered tile floor.
In this master bath, the hand-painted green walls are reminiscent of Venetian plaster. His-and-hers sinks occupy opposite sides of a peninsula countertop.
The blue-green wall color of this master bathroom soothes and refreshes. The sheer size of this bathroom makes it luxurious, while thoughtfully chosen accessories and artwork give it a polished presence.
In this master bathroom, designer Amelia Handegan used earthy tones and patinas to create a restful retreat. Sheer curtains moderate the abundant natural light, contrasting window trim accentuates the room's timeless qualities.
This bath features reproductions with turn-of-the-century designs. Classic tile treatments give it timeless style, while modern amenities place it firmly in the present
Beautiful blue-and-white Mexican tiles and arched details give this room a distinctly Southwestern flair. A built-in tiled soaking tub, placed in an alcove, looks out over the back yard. To keep the tile the focal point of the room, the other aspects of the design are quite simple. The long, colorful rug is a nice counterpoint to the Mexican tile.
Small, strategically placed colored panes bring in light without sacrificing privacy and provide space for soap, flowers, and art in this bathroom. Covered in warm gray plaster, the walls' tone contributes to the sense that this is a sanctuary.
The dominant element in this master bath is a platform tub that occupies its own light-filled, glass-tiled bay beside the twin vanities. The broad, tiled platform stairsteps up to the tub. The window offers a private view from tub level.
Daylight floods this master bath, thanks to a glass ceiling over the shower and glass interior partitions. A skylight is centered over the room, partially masked by open grids of maple that are flush with the ceiling.
The two pedestal sinks in this 1908 bathroom leave most of the new limestone floor exposed, accentuating the room's volume. The 8-foot-wide room retains the original medicine cabinets and claw-foot tub. Formal white molding contrasts vividly with rish azure walls.
Open shelving in the bathroom displays a collection of jars and figurines. The focus on green gives the space a bright personality.
Tip: Try buying all your bath and shower products by the color of the packaging. It will give your bathroom an instantly unified look.
Celadon-colored plaster provides a soothing backdrop for this all-natural bath. The tub is a modern version of the furo, a classic Japanese soaking tub. The floor is paved with radiant-heat flagstones.