Bathroom Pictures From HGTV Smart Home 2015

A universal design bathroom caters to the first floor, offering smart storage and a spa-inspired experience.

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Universal Design

Serving the downstairs as well as the guest bedroom, this state of the art universal design bathroom is made to work for everyone, regardless of age, size and capability.

Unobstructed Porcelain Views

A full glass shower provides clear views of elegant and polished floor to ceiling porcelain tile and spa-like amenities.

Sleek and Stylish

Chrome hardware with a mirror-like finish creates an extravagant statement in the bathroom and contributes to the smooth and clean atmosphere.

Handheld Shower Head

An adjustable handheld shower spray provides maximum flexibility and proves an important feature for a universal design bathroom.

Sunlit Shower Space

Large and spacious, the porcelain tile shower is equipped with a grab bar, wall niche, built in bench and adequate lighting for an overall convenient shower experience.

Take a Seat

A built-in shower seat looks sleek and compact but also provides an element of comfort and enhances the spa-like experience.

Farmhouse Spa Amenities

Stacked soaps, towel and a milk glass vase are added spa amenities and stay true to the farmhouse theme found throughout the rest of the home.

Efficient Hanging Shelves

Clever hanging storage maximizes space in the universal design bathroom. “We had a situation where the floor and all of the walls are tiled and no place to put anything you need to have in a bathroom, so we came up with this shelving idea that David Brown built for us that is modern looking, clean, simple and it really feels perfect in this room,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.

From: David Brown

Floating Farmhouse Sink

A large rectangular floating sink coincides with the modern minimalistic bathroom décor.

Vintage Touches

Chrome faucet and handles combine a vintage design with practical sleek hardware.

Local Modern Art

Locally sourced artwork provides a source of contrast in the monochromatic bathroom. “We did a really modern piece of art on the wall because we wanted to keep it clean and cool,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.

Rustic-Inspired Porcelain Tile

Meant to imitate reclaimed oak, porcelain tiles display the rugged beauty of wood with the strength and durability of porcelain.

Organized Storage

An efficient use of space in the bathroom design is the key ingredient to keeping the space uncluttered and organized.

Weathered Seating

A rustic barn stool awaits outside the bathroom door as an added item of comfort, rounding out the essential amenities for a successful universal design bathroom.

Thoughtful Hardware

A chrome occupied door mount is a thoughtful feature for a multipurpose bathroom with the possibility of high traffic flow.

First Floor Hallway

“What we like about having the guest bedroom down here is that if there is someone in your family or a visitor who has a situation where they need the bathroom and cannot use stairs you have an area where they can sleep and have access to a bathroom. I think that’s really important and I think many people are looking at that now because it seems like we all know somebody who has a situation where stairs are really difficult,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.

Charming Catchall Space

Just before the upstairs ascent exists a landing space with convenient seating and charming storage for bathroom towels.

Plywood Storage Bench

A cedar-backed mirror mount and plywood bench tie in Texas overtones and break up negative space in the hallway.

Texas Themed Artwork

A triad of decorated wooden Texas plaques serve as a focal point at the base of the stairwell and pay homage to the Lone Star State.

Rustic Flooring

Reclaimed-inspired hardwood floors traverse the stairwell and into the kitchen and dining room, creating a sense of unity throughout the first floor.