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Mid Century Modern Contemporary design
Mid Century Modern Contemporary design
Cabinets and Beyond Design Studio
Mid Century Modern Contemporary design. White quartersawn veneer oak cabinets and white paint Crystal Cabinets
Huge 1960s master gray tile gray floor and double-sink bathroom photo in San Francisco with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, an undermount tub, an undermount sink, white countertops, a niche and a floating vanity
Mid-century Modern Rambler in Richmond Beach
Mid-century Modern Rambler in Richmond Beach
Polymath Properties LLC
Example of a large mid-century modern master porcelain tile and blue tile porcelain tile and white floor bathroom design in Seattle with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white walls, quartz countertops, a hinged shower door, white countertops and an undermount sink
2016 Commercial Office Common Area
2016 Commercial Office Common Area
Oliver Construction LLC
photos by Jen Oliver
Bathroom - contemporary bathroom idea in Chicago
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Baths
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41 West
Example of a transitional bathroom design in Miami
1 Bathroom Becomes 2
1 Bathroom Becomes 2
Cabinet Designers, Inc
Inspiration for a mid-sized cottage master white tile and subway tile light wood floor and beige floor bathroom remodel in New York with furniture-like cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink and black countertops
Custom Amish and KraftMaid Cabinetry- Antique White and Dark Walnut
Custom Amish and KraftMaid Cabinetry- Antique White and Dark Walnut
Concepts The Cabinet Shop
Kitchen: Custom Amish Cabinetry, flush inset, shaker door style with small bevel inside edge. On the perimeter it is Maple, Antique White. On the island it is Maple, Dark Walnut finish. Countertops are Grantie. The color is called Giello Ornamental Light. Master Bath: Amish Custom Cabinets, shaker door style with small bevel inside edge. Vanity top is Granite called White Persia. Half Bath: Amish Cabinetry, shaker door style, with a custom paint color. Vanity top is Granite. Laundry Room: KraftMaid Cabinets, door style is called Lyndale, standard overlay with Grayloft Paint Finish. Countertop color is Color Quartz, Starlight. Bath 2: KraftMaid Cabinets, the door style is called Northbrook Thermofoil with a cream finish. The vanity top is Granite. Bath 3: KraftMaid Cabinets, door style is called Lyndale, standard overlay with Grayloft Paint finsih. Vanity top is Granite
Wentworth Spectacular Home
Wentworth Spectacular Home
Creekside Cabinets
Waypoint Cabinetry. Design by Mindy at Creekside Cabinets and Joanne Glenn at Island Creek Builders, Photos by Archie at Smart Focus Photography.
Inspiration for a small transitional 3/4 beige tile and black and white tile medium tone wood floor and brown floor alcove shower remodel in Other with beaded inset cabinets, gray cabinets, a two-piece toilet, beige walls, an undermount sink, a hinged shower door and gray countertops
Camberdale
Camberdale
Romanza Interior Design
©Blaine Johnathan Photography
Example of a transitional white floor freestanding bathtub design in Tampa with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, gray walls, an undermount sink and gray countertops
Pinelane
Pinelane
Minotti Design
Inspiration for a contemporary 3/4 single-sink bathroom remodel in Miami with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink, quartz countertops and a built-in vanity
Black and White Bathroom
Black and White Bathroom
Joselyn Rendon Interiors
Black and White Bathroom Interior Design Project
Elegant bathroom photo in Los Angeles
Master Bathroom
Master Bathroom
Landmark Construction Crew
The master bathroom of this new home construction included the installation of glass shower door, marble shower tiles, bathtub, bathroom windows with white trim and marble bathroom flooring.
Keowee Springs Retreat
Keowee Springs Retreat
Gabriel Builders Inc.
Will Keown
Example of a mountain style bathroom design in Other
Wicker Park Bathroom
Wicker Park Bathroom
Chi Renovation & Design
Our Chicago design-build team used timeless design elements like black-and-white with touches of wood in this bathroom renovation. --- Project designed by Skokie renovation firm, Chi Renovations & Design - general contractors, kitchen and bath remodelers, and design & build company. They serve the Chicago area, and it's surrounding suburbs, with an emphasis on the North Side and North Shore. You'll find their work from the Loop through Lincoln Park, Skokie, Evanston, Wilmette, and all the way up to Lake Forest. For more about Chi Renovation & Design, click here: https://www.chirenovation.com/
Guest Bath
Guest Bath
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
Trendy gray tile gray floor alcove shower photo in Chicago with flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, gray walls, an integrated sink and a hinged shower door
Parade Home
Parade Home
Slate Ridge Homes
Bathroom - rustic bathroom idea in Other
Optima Project
Optima Project
Alexander Enterprises Constr. & Dev. Company, Inc.
Bathroom - contemporary gray tile medium tone wood floor, brown floor, single-sink and wallpaper bathroom idea in Phoenix with gray walls, an undermount sink, gray countertops and a floating vanity
Hollywood Hills - Hollywood Glam
Hollywood Hills - Hollywood Glam
Deirdre Doherty Interiors
Meghan Beierle O'Brien
Inspiration for a transitional multicolored floor freestanding bathtub remodel in Los Angeles with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink and white countertops
Farmhouse Master Bath in Barrington Hills
Farmhouse Master Bath in Barrington Hills
Advance Design Studio, Ltd.
This 1930's Barrington Hills farmhouse was in need of some TLC when it was purchased by this southern family of five who planned to make it their new home. The renovation taken on by Advance Design Studio's designer Scott Christensen and master carpenter Justin Davis included a custom porch, custom built in cabinetry in the living room and children's bedrooms, 2 children's on-suite baths, a guest powder room, a fabulous new master bath with custom closet and makeup area, a new upstairs laundry room, a workout basement, a mud room, new flooring and custom wainscot stairs with planked walls and ceilings throughout the home. The home's original mechanicals were in dire need of updating, so HVAC, plumbing and electrical were all replaced with newer materials and equipment. A dramatic change to the exterior took place with the addition of a quaint standing seam metal roofed farmhouse porch perfect for sipping lemonade on a lazy hot summer day. In addition to the changes to the home, a guest house on the property underwent a major transformation as well. Newly outfitted with updated gas and electric, a new stacking washer/dryer space was created along with an updated bath complete with a glass enclosed shower, something the bath did not previously have. A beautiful kitchenette with ample cabinetry space, refrigeration and a sink was transformed as well to provide all the comforts of home for guests visiting at the classic cottage retreat. The biggest design challenge was to keep in line with the charm the old home possessed, all the while giving the family all the convenience and efficiency of modern functioning amenities. One of the most interesting uses of material was the porcelain "wood-looking" tile used in all the baths and most of the home's common areas. All the efficiency of porcelain tile, with the nostalgic look and feel of worn and weathered hardwood floors. The home’s casual entry has an 8" rustic antique barn wood look porcelain tile in a rich brown to create a warm and welcoming first impression. Painted distressed cabinetry in muted shades of gray/green was used in the powder room to bring out the rustic feel of the space which was accentuated with wood planked walls and ceilings. Fresh white painted shaker cabinetry was used throughout the rest of the rooms, accentuated by bright chrome fixtures and muted pastel tones to create a calm and relaxing feeling throughout the home. Custom cabinetry was designed and built by Advance Design specifically for a large 70” TV in the living room, for each of the children’s bedroom’s built in storage, custom closets, and book shelves, and for a mudroom fit with custom niches for each family member by name. The ample master bath was fitted with double vanity areas in white. A generous shower with a bench features classic white subway tiles and light blue/green glass accents, as well as a large free standing soaking tub nestled under a window with double sconces to dim while relaxing in a luxurious bath. A custom classic white bookcase for plush towels greets you as you enter the sanctuary bath.
Clearmont Contemporary Master Bath
Clearmont Contemporary Master Bath
More for Less Remodeling
We completed this bathroom remodel in January 2016. Before photos are on our website. We built this custom vanity console with Walnut because the original cabinet maker was 8 weeks out and the bathroom was already demoed when we were hired.
Coastal Cottage
Coastal Cottage
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Example of a bathroom design in Minneapolis
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A bathroom remodel can make a huge impact on your homes comfort level, not to mention its resale value. As you research bathroom ideas and browse photos, make sure to save any bathrooms that catch your eye, then figure out some of the common features that seem to recur throughout. Keep in mind your space limitations, desired materials and general bathroom remodel costs before committing to a major (or minor) project.

How do I determine my bathroom layout?

Bathrooms can be tricky to lay out, especially when they’re tight on space. If your family doesn't take many baths, don't feel the need to include a bathtub — you can use that extra space for a double vanity or large storage cabinet instead. Walk-in showers are also one of the more popular bathroom ideas, though they take up space, while bathtub and shower combos combine the best of both worlds. If you have a large family, consider separating the toilet and shower from the sink so multiple people can get ready at once.

Lastly, be cognizant of the National Kitchen and Bath Association planning guidelines so that you and your bathroom designer can plan a safe and functional layout that meets both your needs and regulations.

How can I add more bathroom storage?

Vanities are getting bigger and bigger every year, and for good reason — bathroom storage is in constant demand. Because of this, think about ways that you can add more to your space. A lot of successful bathroom ideas feature an oversized or double vanity, while wall-mounted cabinets and medicine cabinets are helpful too. If space is at a minimum, recessed or built-in designs can help save precious elbow room while adding enough spots to stash your toiletries. Organization is key for space-saving bathrooms, so within any cabinets or shelving you add, incorporate drawer organizers, trays and bins to keep smaller accessories in check. As you look through bathroom pictures, try to keep an eye out for how each one incorporates storage into its design; you’re better off with too much than not enough!

What materials should I use in my bathroom design?

Because the layout and storage options are pretty standard, interesting materials and finishes are key for helping any bathroom remodeling project stand out. Tile comes in a wide variety of colors, patterns and styles, and installing a colorful tile backsplash, floor or countertop can help liven up otherwise dull spaces. Stone and granite are ideal shower material choices for people who hate cleaning, as they require little maintenance and don't have grout to deal with. And last but not least, don't forget the hardware! Cabinet pulls, shower heads and faucets come in a variety of finishes, which allows you to add bits and pieces of personality into bathroom designs of all styles. And if you're new to Houzz, don't forget to check out our coupon and promo codes on bathroom furniture and decor.

How do I decorate my bathroom?

No remodel is complete until the finishing touches have been added — in this case, the bathroom decor. In this particular room, the term decor can be used rather loosely; even a toilet paper holder can add to the style of the space if chosen correctly. Pick bathroom mirrors, lights, fixtures with finishes that reflect the look you are trying to achieve, and match or coordinate soap dispensers, toothbrush holders and wastebaskets for a cohesive feel. If you’re lucky enough to have extra counter or wall space, add some artwork or a decorative vase with fresh flowers. For those that aren’t looking to do a full renovation, smaller scale bathroom design ideas can be achieved by simply swapping out some of your old accessories and changing the color scheme with new linens or paint. Don’t be afraid to combine similar yet different bathroom decorating ideas to create a look that’s completely unique to your home.

For kids bathroom design, consider bright colors and unique patterns, but also keep in mind that children do outgrow trends pretty quickly, so steer clear of fads. Safety is of the utmost importance in a kid’s bathroom, so make sure you have things like tub mats, faucet covers and a cover clamp for your toilet (depending on age). Plenty of bathroom remodeling ideas accommodate both children and adults in the design, so go ahead and have a little fun with yours!


Whether you want inspiration for planning a bathroom renovation or are building a designer bathroom from scratch, Houzz has 1,914,106 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Hayes Construction Corporation and Interior Style by Marisa Moore. Look through bathroom pictures in different colors and styles and when you find a bathroom design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful bathroom photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.