Architect Paul Syme designed custom dark-stained walnut storage units that prevent clutter and help keep the bathroom in this Toronto home effortlessly minimal. The wall-to-wall mirror, Corian counter, and cedar-framed window only add to the effect.
The ever-changing play of sunlight brings a bright burst to this Cararra marble-adorned bathroom in a Los Angeles home.
When architects Pamela Butz and Jeffrey Klug began renovating the master bathroom of a nearly 120-year-old home in Brookline, Massachusetts, they discovered completely rotted floors and other damaged structural elements. Thankfully the new setup, dominated by a palette of white and teak, makes the earlier chaos feel like a distant memory.
For the bathroom inside a renovated Hollywood bungalow, architect Noah Walker used a simple palette of gray and white tile, black countertops, and stainless steel fixtures. The window provides the room's only embellishment: a stream of natural light that makes it easier to "pay attention to the details," as Walker puts it.
The contrasting black and white tiles in this Montreal apartment are nicely offset by more rustic salvaged items.
When renovating an early-20th-century apartment in a historic neighborhood of Lisbon, architect José Andrade Rocha made an effort to brighten the space. White tiles—hydraulic ones on the floor and "biselado" (meaning "beveled") ones on the walls—make the new bathroom feel tranquil and warm.
In a renovated San Francisco Victorian, a bright and inviting master bathroom was made from what used to be a cramped kitchen.