In the bathroom of this tiny floating home in Denmark, the epoxy floor transitions from whitish gray to submarine yellow. The black-and-white industrial laundry bin is by Vipp.
At an otherwise neutral-toned loft in Brooklyn, the bathroom features a pattern of gray and turquoise tiles that climbs from the floors up the walls.
At this Hawaiian home built on a lava flow, a curved tub room is wrapped in red tile from a Canadian company called Interstyle.
Sea green Heath tiles, which were hand-selected from boxes of factory seconds, enliven this midcentury renovation in Portland, Oregon.
In keeping with the red hot Arizona climate, the bathroom at this live/work space in Phoenix has shocking magenta ceilings, floors, and walls.
The prismatic bathrooms at this Madrid apartment renovation are a departure from the more subdued living spaces. “We decided to give them some color that would contrast with the main spaces," says the architect.
A sudden transition to pink greets visitors to the guest bathroom at this sustainable home in California.
At this family-friendly house in Australia, the bathrooms are tiled in bright blue mosaic to offset the rest of the home’s limited materials and color palette.