Combined Bath And Toilet Designs & Ideas
The walls and floor are tiled in Italian Carrara marble.
AV Architects + Builders
AV Architects + Builders Location: Great Falls, VA, United States Our clients were looking to renovate their existing master bedroom into a more luxurious, modern space with an open floor plan and expansive modern bath design. The existing floor plan felt too cramped and didn’t offer much closet space or spa like features. Without having to make changes to the exterior structure, we designed a space customized around their lifestyle and allowed them to feel more relaxed at home. Our modern design features an open-concept master bedroom suite that connects to the master bath for a total of 600 square feet. We included floating modern style vanity cabinets with white Zen quartz, large black format wall tile, and floating hanging mirrors. Located right next to the vanity area is a large, modern style pull-out linen cabinet that provides ample storage, as well as a wooden floating bench that provides storage below the large window. The centerpiece of our modern design is the combined free-standing tub and walk-in, curb less shower area, surrounded by views of the natural landscape. To highlight the modern design interior, we added light white porcelain large format floor tile to complement the floor-to-ceiling dark grey porcelain wall tile to give off a modern appeal. Last not but not least, a frosted glass partition separates the bath area from the toilet, allowing for a semi-private toilet area. Jim Tetro Architectural Photography
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
MAKE Design Studio
Butter Lutz Interiors, LLC
C.P. Hart Bathrooms
A walk in shower is featured in the Cleveland Terrace.
Copyright Chronicle Books. Room by Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler. Photography by Debi Treloar
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
Jenn Hannotte © 2013 Houzz
Dona Rosene Interiors
Photography by Robert Peacock.
Robin LaMonte/Rooms Revamped
Small 9x9 master bathroom designed with a big style. featured in the october/November 2013 design NJ magazine. Marisa Pellegrini
William Beauter and Jess Mullen-Carey
Sigma Construction UK
Photography By Pawel Regdosz © SigmaLondon
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Photos Courtesy of Sharon Risedorph