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Parisian Glam
Parisian Glam
Timber Trails Development Company
Bathroom - transitional bathroom idea in Chicago
Hawthorne
Hawthorne
Fry Homes
Transitional gray tile gray floor and double-sink bathroom photo in Cincinnati with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink and white countertops
Caulfield
Caulfield
Tara Lenney Design
Example of a trendy bathroom design in Dallas
Beautiful Master Bath
Beautiful Master Bath
TEC Construction & Development
This beautiful master bath is part of a total beachfront condo remodel. The updated styling has taken this 1980's unit to a higher level
Mid-sized transitional master gray tile and porcelain tile porcelain tile walk-in shower photo in Miami with recessed-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, a two-piece toilet, gray walls, an undermount sink, quartz countertops and a hinged shower door
1616 Catalina Bay - Granbury, TX - Couto  Homes
1616 Catalina Bay - Granbury, TX - Couto Homes
Couto Homes
Inspiration for a mediterranean 3/4 white tile and porcelain tile ceramic tile tub/shower combo remodel in Dallas with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, granite countertops, a two-piece toilet and green walls
Luxury Spa Master Bath
Luxury Spa Master Bath
A&E Construction and Design Center
Master Bath Retreat! By removing the over sized corner tub and linen closet, we were able to increase the shower size and install this gorgeous soaking tub for our client. Enough space was freed up to add a separate water closet and make-up vanity. Additional storage was created with custom cabinetry. Porcelain wood plank tiles add warmth to the space.
Mill Valley Modern
Mill Valley Modern
Dorman Associates, Inc.
This small infill lot allowed for a home that builds on the traditions of Mill Valley hillside houses. Floating flat roofs that become roof decks and courtyards are carved out of the hillside. The project is a spacious 1,650 s.f. distributed on 4 levels each with Southern exposure, capturing light and warmth all year round. Photo Credit: David Livingston
Tudor Renovation
Tudor Renovation
The Fox Group
Elegant master white floor bathroom photo in Salt Lake City with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink and white countertops
Kenwood Avenue I | Lakewood
Kenwood Avenue I | Lakewood
New Leaf Custom Homes
Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in Dallas
La Fornella
La Fornella
Lisa Gabrielson Design
Bathroom - farmhouse bathroom idea in Atlanta
MASTER BATHROOM - Porcelain White Marble Tile, Gray Hexagon Shower Floor
MASTER BATHROOM - Porcelain White Marble Tile, Gray Hexagon Shower Floor
Custom Surface Solutions
Custom Surface Solutions (www.css-tile.com) - Owner Craig Thompson (512) 430-1215. This project shows a master bathroom remodel with porcelain 12 x 24 white and gray veined marble on walls and floors, custom multi-shelf shower niche with marble shelves. and gray hexagon penny tile shower floor.
Shoreclub Residence
Shoreclub Residence
Tammara Stroud Design
Alcove shower - large contemporary 3/4 white tile black floor and porcelain tile alcove shower idea in Seattle with flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, white walls, an undermount sink, white countertops, quartz countertops and a hinged shower door
Master Bath with frameless shower, soaking tub, double vanity and water closet w
Master Bath with frameless shower, soaking tub, double vanity and water closet w
The Wiese Company
Large transitional 3/4 mosaic tile floor, multicolored floor, double-sink and shiplap wall alcove shower photo in Boston with recessed-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, black walls, an undermount sink, a hinged shower door, white countertops and a built-in vanity
A Great Answer to a Bad Design
A Great Answer to a Bad Design
Bridgewater
The new owners were looking forward to living in their new home with an open floor plan, tall vaulted ceilings, and great views. It featured a large Great Room with two big French Doors separating the Dining Room from the Master Bedroom. But after only a few months they identified a major design flaw: Each of the French Doors had ten glass windows with two large windows above each door. (Check out our before and after designs, traffic flow diagrams and photos of this project.) Glass windows and doors allowed sound and light from guests or the TV in the great room to easily sneak into the bedroom. With unique work and sleep schedules (he’s a pilot, she’s a registered nurse) this design wasn’t working. Then there was a traffic flow design flaw: The Master Bedroom had a second entrance from a hallway. To get into the bedroom from the hallway you needed to walk down another claustrophobic hallway. To get from the Master Bedroom to the Master Bath begin at the most remote corner of the bedroom and down a hallway between two closets. Once inside the bath, a huge triangular Jacuzzi dominating the space. So, from a privacy and traffic flow perspective, this home had some major design issues. When Craig Weber first met with the owners, he listened to their ideas and concerns. The owners trusted Craig to come up with the most efficient and most effective solution to this design dilemma. He offered a solution that resolved the bed-bath traffic flow problem, offered some bedroom room privacy, and updated the bath. First, the two French Doors and windows were removed. A new wall was built with sound-absorbing materials, making the Great Room and Dining Room more comfortable spaces for entertaining while creating the bedroom privacy the owners craved. Solving the Bedroom/Bath traffic flow problem began with removing the two existing closets. The bath door was relocated next to the hall entrance, and then a new walk-in closet was added adjacent to the hallway entrance. The solution offered easy access to and from the bath, closet and hallway without a hint of claustrophobia. The Master Bath underwent a major transformation designed for convenience and comfort – especially during long, cold Minnesota winters. Most everything from the former bath was torn out, beginning with the giant Jacuzzi. A new bathtub that is wider and deeper than the standard size was installed with brushed Nickel fixtures. It’s the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine and candles. Warm floors are a Minnesota “must have.” The bath’s new ceramic floor features in-floor electric heat. Getting in and out of the tub is easy and comfortable. The new walk-in shower again features in-floor heating and a place to sit. The most interesting feature of this shower may the custom ceramic tile installed with unique patterns. A new vanity Cambria Bradshaw countertops features two under-hung ceramic sinks with matching brushed Nickel fixtures. Tall ceilings and three glass windows near the ceiling flood the room with natural light. A new energy-efficient window frames an ornamental stained glass window created by the owner’s father – a great personal touch. A quiet place to sleep. A private dining room for entertaining. A Master Bath to die for. And easy traffic flow. The owners couldn’t have been more delighted with the outcome. And Lilly, their cat, loves it too.
High-End Renovation: Bathroom 1
High-End Renovation: Bathroom 1
Joy Street Design
Printed wallpaper, marble, and high-end finishes abound in these luxurious bathrooms designed by our Oakland studio: Designed by Oakland interior design studio Joy Street Design. Serving Alameda, Berkeley, Orinda, Walnut Creek, Piedmont, and San Francisco. For more about Joy Street Design, click here: https://www.joystreetdesign.com/
Atlanta Sliding Barn Doors
Atlanta Sliding Barn Doors
You're Unique, LLC
Mirror sliding door for master bath
Bathroom photo in Atlanta
Traditional Bathroom- Frameless Shower Doors
Traditional Bathroom- Frameless Shower Doors
U.S. Frameless Glass Shower Door
www.usframelessglassshowerdoor.com
Example of a mid-sized classic 3/4 gray tile, white tile and porcelain tile mosaic tile floor alcove shower design in Newark with raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a one-piece toilet, white walls, an undermount sink and marble countertops
Green Pond Lake Bungalow
Green Pond Lake Bungalow
Rachel Savage Design Management LLC
Bathroom with blue vanity, satin gold hardware and plumbing fixtures
Sauna - mid-sized modern porcelain tile sauna idea in New York with shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, gray walls, quartz countertops, white countertops and an undermount sink
Westlake Home; Owners Suite
Westlake Home; Owners Suite
House of L
Jason Miller, Pixelate Ltd.
Bathroom - small traditional master multicolored tile and ceramic tile porcelain tile and beige floor bathroom idea in Cleveland with beaded inset cabinets, blue cabinets, a one-piece toilet, beige walls, an undermount sink, quartz countertops and a hinged shower door

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.

What are the bathroom renovation trends for 2021?

2020 brought a focus on master baths as a sanctuary for rest and relaxation. A resurgence in freestanding tubs, a modern mix of textures and styles, and updated lighting are all common bathroom remodeling trends. Learn more here: bathroom design trends in 2021.

What should I do with a small bathroom?

Small bathrooms are all about use of space, if you family does not take many baths consider a walk-in shower to give room for more storage for a double vanity. Also consider recessed designs to give you more elbow room. Get more small bathroom design ideas.

What are the bathroom style trends for 2021?

Updating your old and outdated bathroom design to a modern mix of styles is a top priority for many homeowners. Modern bathrooms are now on top but transitional and contemporary, tied for second among homeowners in our study. See the full list: Popular Bathroom Styles.

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 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 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.

>How do I decorate a kids bathroom?

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 1,958,934 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Tammara Stroud Design and House of L. 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.