64,086 Chrome Finish Bathroom Design Photos

Nunley Custom Homes
17 Reviews
Hall Bath
Ideabooks1,227
Questions4
One of the nicest finishes I've seen with the 1/2 wall tile finish. A traditional method for finishing a small bath with a very updated look/feel
Exposed chrome sink trap.
Cabinet Finish
“Wall color for bedroom” — lkay77
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Chimney Corners Remodel
Ideabooks3,676
Questions5
What is the wood species for the veneer on the vanity millwork in this image and is it finished in a natural finish or a stain? Thank you.
These are dark finished sconces. They usually come in brighter metal finishes also such as: chrome/brass/brushed nickel, etc. I DO NOT recommend nickel as nickel does tarnish even if the salesperson says they
“width is good,” — percylemming
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Aldine Avenue
Ideabooks5,868
Questions9
Thanks for the kind words. The back wall in the shower is a 4" x 16" ceramic black tile in a gloss finish. The other walls are done in the same tile but in white.
Grey color scheme contrasts nicely with the bright white and chrome fixtures
Cabinet and Counter Finishes
painted cab finish...Cabinet Finish
“Stunning” — devraeve
Angie Keyes CKD
3 Reviews
Elegant Master
Ideabooks15,168
Questions17
What is the finish on the towel racks, faucets and light fixtures ? Are they the same finish? Is it ok to mix?
I was thinking of using sating nickel or chrome on the faucets and towel bars and possible oil rubbed bronze for 2 ceiling lights. Would it be better to keep them consistent?
Cabinet Finish...like vanity finish
“Countertop storage” — myhoriatiko
Brownhouse Design, Los Altos, CA
9 Reviews
Brownhouse Design
Ideabooks3,042
Questions9
Bar liner can be used to finish edges as long as one side is glazed
brushed nickel with polished chrome
finish around sink area
don't like the finish
Cabinet finish
“Cupboard door design” — bmwblue
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Hudson Loft, NYC
Ideabooks6,683
Questions13
From Wetstyle, glossy or matte finish. Above counter installation. ...
of the glass should reach at least 76 inches (193 centimeters) above the floor. You may want to coordinate the height with the tiles or other wall finishes, or with the height of the windows and doors in the room."
of the glass should reach at least 76 inches (193 centimeters) above the floor. You may want to coordinate the height with the tiles or other wall finishes, or with the height of the windows and doors in the room.
“bathroom” — tiffanymckiver
Rustic Bathroom
Ideabooks20,235
Questions11
how was the finish on these cabinets done? its wonderful!
chrome bath fixtures
Cabinet finish...wall finish
“countertop” — kimvg123
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
Ideabooks11,019
Questions10
I just asked another question about the tile - but found the answer so sorry about the repeat questions. I'm curious if the bathroom floor was finished differently so it wouldn't be slippery? The entire look is fantastic!
the floor was not really finished differently in the bathroom but is not slippery- concrete is porous enough not to get extremely slick
The client's husband did quite a bit of work on the house, including much of the finish work, such as building this bathroom vanity from reclaimed oak. The bathroom wall tiles are porcelain cut from Stonesource, and the floors are simple polished concrete. Makeup mirror: Jerdon; big mirror: Restoration
“Metallic tile” — jerrod1000
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