Combined Bath And Toilet Designs & Ideas
Pett & Associates, LLC
Guest Bathroom Photo: Elizabeth Dooley
Carl Mattison Design
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Echelon Custom Homes
Aaron Leitz Photography
Serenity and space are evident in this condo bathroom. feature a clean, neutral palate of off-white and grey with a custom designed porcelain tile accent wall arranged in a bespoke pattern. White washed oak doors and lacquer surround the vanity with hues of neutral whites and grays, while an under mount porcelain sink with Caesarstone countertop and modern Hansgrohe plumbing fixtures finish the look. The recessed mirror completes the sophisticated bathroom design.
Gradient Architecture PLLC
The tub utilizes as fixed shower glass in lieu of a rod and curtain. The bathroom is designed with long subway tiles and a large niche with ample space for bathing needs.
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
When my client approached me with the task of making a full guest bath out of two adjoining closets that measured only 39 x 79 combined, I was curious to see what we could come up with. So pencil to paper, together we came up with a plan that works. Since we were faced with a very limited amount of space, I felt the first step was to get everything up off the floor to allow for a more spacious feel. A wall hung vanity, wall hung toilet and a curb free shower create a sense of space inside the room. A small bump out into the adjacent bedroom was necessary to allow for proper clearances for sink & toilet. Due to the limited space, a wet room concept was used, with the shower open to the rest of the room. Therefore all the materials specified can get wet without damage – porcelain, teak & tile. A small teak flip up bench provides seating in the shower. A teak shelf, medicine cabinet, and niches near the sink and in the shower provide additional areas for storage. A small towel bar on the front of the sink even provides a spot for a hand towel. Proper ventilation and lighting were very important in this small space, so a higher powered ventilation system was used. A combination fan/light and recessed lighting make sure the space is properly illuminated. The large format tone-on-tone tiles that cover the walls floor to ceiling were selected to help make the room appear larger. The smaller format floor tiles in a darker color provide contrast and a surer grip for safety. Kitchen design by The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn (Glen Ellyn, IL) Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD Photo by: Dawn Jackman For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
Eva Quateman Interiors
Werner Straube Photography
This guest bathroom has white marble tile in the shower and small herringbone mosaic on the floor. The shower tile is taken all the way to the ceiling to emphasize height and create a larger volume in an otherwise small space. large 12 x24 marble tiles were cut down in three widths, to create a pleasing rhythm and pattern. The sink cabinet also has a marble top.
Terracotta Design Build
Hannah Dee Interiors
Courtney Apple Photography
The bathroom draws on the style of the existing house, with rounded edges and mirror details. Contemporary and light materials tie the bathroom to the style of the extension. Photos by Tatjana Plitt
Eric Soltan Photography www.ericsoltan.com
Carlson Homes Scottsdale
In the Phoenix or Scottsdale metro areas? Call or email now for your free consultation: 480-443-9100 firstname.lastname@example.org Interior design: Cyndi Rosenstein Photo: Pam Singleton
14+CO Design Studio
Julie Florio Photography