new bathroom in master bedroom suite
I like the blue tile in the shower. I like the soft glow of the beige curtains for a curbless shower, instead of cold, industrial glass. I like the coziness of the towels folded in the vanity, and I like the gossamer curtains hanging in the window. I like the way the tile near the vanity seems elevated and is a different pattern from the mosaic tile in the shower. I like the inset for shampoo bottles etc in that stunning blue tile in the shower. Love the way the light comes in from the doors to the outside, and would love to find a way to reflect light into my shower ... since it is an interior bath with no windows. I'm thinking skylight and mirrors, but I don't think it will come out quite the same. Still, this picture gives me inspiration and hope.
Beautiful color of a blue brick tile. Should help a small bathroom stay light and bright, without having to stick to beige and neutrals. I like seeing the dark wood color of the floor contrasted with the white tub. This blend of three colors ... white, espresso brown, and baby blue, turns out to be very pleasing.
I love the glass countertops with glass pedestal sinks and the warm cinnamon color of the drawers for storage. I think a vanity like this will help my bathroom feel larger.
We might put in a glass partition between the shower and the vanity, very similar to this. But if we can do it with a fabric curtain instead, that would be really nice.
I love the idea of wood flooring in a curbless shower. It looks like the water will just flow to a drainage system underneath.
Love the wood, and the way the counter top goes all the way back, behind the shower.
This shower has a frameless piece of glass next to the vanity, similar to what I want to do, if we can get a fabric curtain to work out.
Fold-out bench in the shower.
I want to create an open shower in a small space; this is about the size of shower we will have. But won't those towels get wet when you turn the water on? Better move that basket before you take a shower. :)
This is about the same dimensions as the shower we want to do.
Blue tiles in the shower.
Shower next to the vanity. Love the blue tile.
soft colors and open airy feeling for small bathroom
wood panel on ceiling, open airy feeling for a very small bathroom, I'm guessing. I wonder if the toilet is just to the right of the photo?
It's a very small shower that looks and feels more spacious than it really is. Does it have mirrored walls? Also I love the wooden bench.
Combination bathtub and show that looks elegant, next to a vanity ... without looking too cramped. With a window behind the bathtub. I also like the built in shelf next to the bathtub. We might be able to use this bathtub idea.
love the blue tile, the arched entry way to shower, and the curvaceous bath tub.
Modern 5 x 8 bathroom.
Skylight in the shower.
I don't like the colors or the diagonal pattern in the tiles. yuck! But I was thinking of using glass and mirrors in this way, to make the bathroom feel bigger. Maybe with some blue tiles, and white trim ... this could look nice. Hopefully.
I love the unusual combination of mint green, white, beige, and scarlet red. Also love the whimsical wooden stool in the shower ... it looks like a tree trunk!
Yes! This is what I was planning to do. I wanted to use one interesting color of tile, both inside the shower and outside in the bathroom, and a glass partition, and mirrors, and a window for natural light ... to make the room feel bigger.
Fantastic idea to continue the floor material up the tub, making the room look larger. WONDERFUL. Also I love that this one uses brown, ivory and neutral shades without looking cliche / boring. I think it must be the interesting tiles on the walls, jazzing up the place.
Air bubble soak tub by Kohler to fit in 5 foot wide, 3 wall alcove space
Toto soaking tub with air bubbles and built-in heating system. Only 5 feet wide.