302,307 traditional contemporary Bath Design Photos

Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove
Ideabooks16,369
Questions14
I Love this whole bathroom. What is the border on the floor? It does not look like traditional Carrara.
nice traditional bath with a modern twist
of transitional style? Share your thoughts in the Comments!More 'So Your Style Is': Traditional | Contemporary | Cottage | Eclectic | Industrial | Arts & CraftsMore:Transitional Style: A Bit of Modern and TraditionalTransitional Style: Light, Art and AccessoriesSeven Tips for Creating Non-Boring Neutral
“Drawers” — kbushay
Bruce Johnson & Associates Interior Design
2 Reviews
Johnson & Associates Interior Design
Ideabooks1,699
Questions6
This is what I'd call a truly transitional bathroom, and each element has characteristics that are traditional-meets-contemporary. The designer showed restraint but not fear when creating this unique mix of textures, materials, patterns and styles.
This is what I'd call a truly transitional bathroom, and each element has characteristics that are traditional-meets-contemporary. The designer showed restraint but not fear when creating this unique mix of textures, materials, patterns and styles. More:Vessel Sinks: Elegant Updates on a Classic FormPowder
“Wallpa” — gyamany
Structures, Inc.
Pure Luxe
Ideabooks16,267
Questions14
This transitional bath blends classic lines and profiles with streamlined detailing and pared-down accents. It wouldn't look amiss in a traditional or contemporary home, but it has its own distinctive appeal.
“love all the white also the floor” — festac
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Studio Marler
2 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks4,836
Questions8
perceived as gaudy by the time we'd all seen enough of it through the '70s and '80s, but now it's being used in sophisticated ways in homes from traditional to contemporary.
“could we do this on the tub and drop in a tub” — gstsuart
Upscale Construction
1 Review
Spruce Street
Ideabooks3,544
Questions5
Merging traditional and contemporary design effortlessly can be a daunting architectural challenge; this Presidio Heights residence became a highly successful melding of the two aesthetics.The Living Room, contemporary Kitchen and configuration of the Master Bedroom represent hallmarks of the overall
“clean and simple” — WJ DeMaio & Assoc Inc
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Bathrooms
Ideabooks1,945
Questions2
Round contemporary mirror over bathroom sink
You don't get a more unique use of white for a bathroom than this! To achieve the retro style, as well as keeping such contemporary lines, I've always known can be done, but have been able to actually see exactly how.
Sink shape and standing contemporary fixture
“Colors” — jadorelj
Maxwell & Company Architects
4 Reviews
Notting Hill
Ideabooks9,708
Questions6
size is perfect, clean, contemporary design - love the white subway tile
Make them feel modernThe uniformity of subway tiles makes them perfect for use in a contemporary setting, as they create a neat, geometric backdrop. The white accents, spotlights and plain wood finishes are the perfect compliment in this fresh, airy bathroom.
“Tiles” — catkeane
Alison Kandler Interior Design
7 Reviews
Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,569
Questions3
bathroom. To give the space some character, she played with traditional elements you might find in a farmhouse, like checkered floors, incorporating them in a new way. “It’s a checkered floor, but it’s made out of concrete and not in traditional colors,” she says. “I didn’t want it to feel too much like
dormer to give it that farm feeling. Little things like that go a long way.”See more photos of farmhouse bathroomsSee more bathroom styles: Traditional | Contemporary | Eclectic | Craftsman | Beachy | Asian
bathroom. To give the space some character, she played with traditional elements you might find in a farmhouse, like checkered floors, incorporating them in a new way. “It’s a checkered floor, but it’s made out of concrete and not in traditional colors,” she says. “I didn’t want it to feel too much like
“Makeup area, chair, colors. Tile work” — Gloria Mills
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