Bathrooms 330 Ideabooks

Design Basics to Help You Think Through a New Master Bath
Spacious master bathrooms have become one of the most considered spaces in home design. These often luxurious settings provide a refuge from hectic schedules and a place for pampering. In these spaces we can be assured privacy in an increasingly public...
Budget Bathroom Beautifiers
The bathroom is perhaps one of the most important rooms in the house, but it never seems to get the respect it deserves. We spatter it with mud after rainstorms and leave heaps of wet towels on its forgiving floor. It’s time we give the bathroom...
7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Bathroom
Wet towels and dirty clothes dumped on the floor, the sink littered with products, soap scum caked on every surface … In the daily rush to get out the door, the bathroom often fares the worst (and that’s not even mentioning the really grubby stuff)....
Bath of the Week: A Lovely Update for a Victorian Tub
The owners of this barely touched Victorian home were clear about two things: They wanted a proper shower, and they wanted a modern bathroom. Eliza Hart of Hart Wright Architects...
From Canning Porch to Beautiful Vintage Bath in Oregon
When Obbie and Connie Atkinson bought their farmhouse in Eastern Oregon, they knew it needed a new bathroom. Their home...
Room of the Day: A Bland Bath Goes Bold
The DC Design House (the foremost decorator showcase home in Washington D.C.) is set to open on April 13. Before the latest rooms are revealed, we take a look back at one of our favorite spaces from years past....
The Funniest Bathrooms on Houzz
I know it’s immature, but bathroom humor will never stop cracking me up. I keep a stack of funny books in my guest bath, including My Life in High Heels, by Loni Anderson; a vintage copy of Barbara Walters’ How to Talk to Practically Anyone...
Room of the Day: Wings, Wind and Water Inspire a Bathroom
When Sara Baldwin’s family built a house outside of Eastville, Virginia, in a pine forest on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay, it only made sense that she would design the bathrooms. Baldwin is the owner of New...
Bathroom Workbook: 12 Things to Consider for Your Remodel
Let’s say you live in an older house, something that was built prior to the 1980s. The bathrooms were, at the time the house was built, state of the art and everything your parents and grandparents wanted. But we’re in the 21st century now, and...
12 Gorgeous Black and White Bathrooms
I’m a sucker for a black and white bathroom. In New York City, where I live, you’ll find plenty of vintage beauties, decked out with traditional...
Old Hollywood Style for a Newly Redone Los Angeles Bath
When actress Renée Felice Smith booked her first regular series role on CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles, she moved from New York to Los Angeles, bought her first house and enlisted the help of Laura Schwartz-Muller, principal at Four...
Bathroom Workbook: 8 Elements of Contemporary Style
Knowing your style isn’t always cut and dried. For example, your home’s current style might not be the one you would have given it if you’d had the choice. Perhaps you purchased things that were practical and fit your budget, instead...
A Seattle Family Bathroom Gains Privacy and Polish
There’s nothing like water leaking from your shower stall down to your kitchen to bump up your renovation timeline. This young couple had completed extensive renovations on their 1908 Seattle home, but had saved the full bathroom they and...
Room of the Day: Brass Warms a Brownstone Bathroom
Sure, unlacquered brass has been making somewhat of a comeback in the U.S. recently, but for Shanti Crawford, the trend never went away in the first place. The co-owner of Indigo and...
15 Creative Touches to Perk Up the Bathroom
All hard surfaces and fixtures, the bathroom is often the blandest room in the house, but it doesn’t need to be that way. Because it’s usually small, the bathroom is actually quite easy to spice up — a splash...
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