The smooth, polished concrete in the bathroom of this Brooklyn Heights home is a soothing shade of blue-green.
Naturally subtle tones predominate in this Houston bathroom, where Walker Zanger stone floors complement sanded concrete walls and dark mahogany cabinets topped by a slab of white marble.
An all-concrete structure in Viequez, Puerto Rico, uses sustainable practices, such as recycling gray water from sinks and showers to help irrigate the surrounding landscape of native hibiscus, banana, key lime, and ginger.
A Jutland, Denmark, house designed by Mette Nygaard and Morten Schmidt of the architecture firm Schmidt, Hammer & Lassen features a minimalist bathroom with concrete walls and flooring that's naturally lit with a Plexiglass skylight.
Danish design company Vipp lined the walls of this black-and-white bathroom with a bath module made of stainless steel and aluminum. The floor is concrete.
A 1960s condo in Houston features a zinc wall by local metalworker George Sacaris, who also did the bathroom. Raw and blocked concrete cover opposing walls and polished concrete spans the floor.