Seamless Transition

Seamless Transition

Foregoing the standard shower door is only the first standout element in this stunning shower. The space is separated from the rest of the bathroom by floor-to-ceiling glass panels. Inside the shower, an oversize showerhead, bench seat, and pebble-inset flooring create an ideal spot for relaxing.

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Shower Room

Shower Room

Consider borrowing space from an adjacent room to convert into a shower. This spacious shower is essentially its own room, tucked away from the rest of the bathroom. The black-and-white tile carries the vintage look, consistent with the shower’s surroundings in a circa-1900 Southern Colonial home, and covers the shower walls, floor, and in-shower bench.

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Old-Fashioned Glamour

Old-Fashioned Glamour

A unique wall-mount marble vanity offers the modern convenience of double sinks while reminiscent of vintage styling. Even though the room is a moody gray, the pair of round mirrors, chrome sconces, and acrylic legs accent the room like jewelry.

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Keeping an Open Eye

Keeping an Open Eye

A claw-foot tub and pedestal sink lend openness to this small guest bathroom. Vintage-inspired details, such as the hexagon tile floor, the column-like pedestal sink and substantial molding, give a nod to yesterday, and khaki walls above the tile impart spa-like serenity.

 

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Use the Right Hardware

Use the Right Hardware

Large D-shape door and drawer pulls make it easy for people of all abilities to gain entry into the storage areas they need. With such a wide variety of finishes, textures, and colors on the market today, finding hardware to suit your bathroom’s style is a breeze.

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Install Lighting

Install Lighting

Lighting is an important element of any room in the house. Add adequate lighting in the entry, vanity, and shower areas in your bathroom to illuminate them for all users.

 

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Ensure Adequate Floor Space

Ensure Adequate Floor Space

Make sure your bathroom has at least 5 feet of open floor space. The wide open area will allow people in wheelchairs to a make a 180-degree turn if necessary.

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Floating Fixtures Design

Floating Fixtures

“If you are open to a little less privacy, installing a wall-mounted toilet can turn a very divided space into a massive-feeling bathroom,” says Tracy Martin Taylor, owner of the Dallas-based design firm Eleven . Toilets typically are stowed in a water closet, concealed behind walls that chop up the space and kill sight lines. Sinks often are mounted atop bulky cabinets that gobble up precious real estate. By floating these fixtures on a wall, notes Taylor, you increase both useable and perceived space. Photo courtesy of Duravit

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Room With a View

Room With a View

Idee Chic Designs’ Natalia Smith took advantage of this home’s lake view by placing a frameless glass shower in front of it. Earth tones, pebbles at your feet and natural lighting add to the attraction of this open space. High-end body sprayers with both hand-held and stationary showerheads complete the spa effect.

 

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Bathroom Shower Design

Bathroom Shower Design

To open up this corner space and give the shower a larger feel, Southern California designer Genoveve Serge opted for a frameless shower that allows enough space for his-and-hers shower heads. Polished nickel fixtures and sandy-toned porcelain tiles complete this simple-yet-elegant look.

 

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