Artwork and accessories have no place in a room where materials and clean lines take center stage. White porcelain tile, cabinetry and countertops create a feeling of tranquility.
An easel-style shelf provides storage space for towels and toiletries. The dark walnut finish is repeated in a farmhouse-style bench and beveled mirror.
Glass doors provide a seamless transition from bathroom to shower stall. A small picture window floods the space with sunlight.
A single-setting showerhead directs water in a wave pattern that delivers a high-pressure showering experience while utilizing less water.
Two simple iron sconces illuminate the vanity top, clad in natural quartz. Nickel-plated knobs lend a touch of shimmer, and a bouquet of white cymbidium orchids with tacca leaves provide a subtle nod to island decor.
A dual-flush water-saving toilet is tucked discreetly in the room's far corner. Windows are dressed in sisal-style roller blinds for privacy.
Perfectly aligned with the shower stall seating, a vintage-style bench provides both seating and tabletop space to pile sculpted Turkish cotton towels.
The matte lacquer finish of cabinetry complements natural quartz countertops. An undermount sink keeps the look crisp and uncluttered.
A single-handle faucet in glimmering chrome pops against the monochromatic surface, its sleek design in keeping with the room's overall Zen aesthetic.
German-manufactured windows are both good looking and hardworking: models installed at HGTV Dream Home are energy-efficient and tested to withstand hurricane-force winds.
The windows' tilt-and-turn feature makes cleaning effortless.
\"This truly has a Zen feel: clean, peaceful and an escape from all the cares in the world,\" says interior designer Linda Woodrum. \"A perfect guest bathroom.\"