Whether you’re looking for master bathroom ideas or guest bathroom ideas we’ve assembled our top bathroom design tips and advice to help you create your dream room on any budget.
A marble bathroom separated from the bedroom by only a glass wall is not for everyone. Many people feel that privacy lacks in these spaces but they have the power to undress you of preconceptions. This beautifully lit marble bathroom in this Lake House designed by architect Igor Sirotov serves as inspiration for those who prefer an open contemporary design.
There’s a reason tile is often the material of choice in the bathroom: it reflects light it’s durable it’s easy to clean and it freshens up the space. We’ve assembled a list of bathroom tile ideas to help you get started.
Define zones in the room by using a different tile in the shower. You’ll want to use a tile that has a water-absorption rating of less than 3 percent (lower than what’s recommended for the floors) and has good traction (a coefficient of friction that’s greater than or equal to .60).
Small bathrooms may seem like a difficult design task to take on; however these spaces may introduce a clever design challenge to add to your plate. Creating a functional and storage-friendly bathroom may be just what your home needs.
When it comes to adding color to a vanity you have two options: add color to the top or the base. Consider picking one and keeping the other surface neutral for balance. Colorful bases can often be a DIY project and work best on large vanities with cabinet space or shelving. For the countertops your best bet is to select a colored marble or granite.