Three-Quarter Bathrooms

A three-quarter bathroom's simple layout covers the basics: toilet, sink, shower. Interesting tilework and updated fixtures can dress up this mainly functional space.
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Photo By: Designer, Lauren Jacobsen

Photo By: Designer, Erica Islas

Photo By: Designer, Kenneth Brown

Photo By: Designer, Shane Inman

Photo By: Designer, Celia Berliner

Photo By: Designer, Amy Bubier

Photo By: Designer, Velvet Hammerschmidt

Photo By: Designer, Linda Maglia

Photo By: Designer, Vanessa DeLeon

Photo By: Designer, Trish Beaudet

Add Interesting Yet Subtle Texture

Clean lines and an open look bring a transitional style to this bathroom. The wall is all the same color and size tiles, but the bottom third is a bevel edge tile while the rest is flat tile, adding texture to the space. Photography by Terrance Williams. Design by Lauren Jacobsen

Bathroom Shelves for Open Space

The narrow trough-like sink saves space and makes this small guesthouse bathroom appear longer and larger. The shelves below the sink also add openness and storage space. The white pebbled floor provides texture, and the light-green shower tiles add a pop of color. Photo by Young-Wolff Photography. Design by Erica Islas

Add Classy Details for Character

Custom sconces and oversized crown molding give character to this bathroom designed by Kenneth Brown. The glass shower doors and counter-to-ceiling mirror keep the space open and make it appear larger. Photo by Mayer and Bowden Photography

Use Complementary Tiles for a Striking Space

This bathroom features a performance shower with floor-to-ceiling marble tile and a frameless shower. The bathroom, designed by Shane Inman, also has a custom-designed vanity with a tiled backsplash that complements the shower.

Refreshing Bathroom Colors

This spa-like bathroom consists of chamomile tea-color glass tiles that create a soothing and relaxing atmosphere. The colored tiles complement the white lacquer vanity and the mirrored medicine cabinet adds luminosity to the space. Photo by Becket Logan. Design by Celia Berliner

Tie Together Different Patterns

Silver-blue paint, black-and-white marble floor tile and subway wall tile add retro charm to this bathroom designed by Amy Bubier. Although this space incorporates many patterns, such as the vase and tiled floors, the simple color palette makes it work.

Upscale Finishes Add Luxury

Upscale finishes make this guest bathroom luxurious. A beautifully textured custom-made concrete countertop and shower bench are combined with wenge wood cabinetry, gray porcelain tile and large glass tile to provide a simple but multilayered space. Design by Velvet Hammerschmidt

Small Space, Spa-Like Feel

This bathroom, designed by Linda Maglia, is both modern and traditional with limestone counters and Carrara marble tiles. The white cabinetry and toilet balance out the darker shower tiles, giving the space a spa-like, relaxing feeling.

Use Patterns for Modern Space

Textures and patterns add visual interest to this modern space, while the clean lines of the fixtures allow the tilework and wood tones to become a focal point. Design by Vanessa DeLeon in Edgewater, N.J.

Elegant Prints

This traditional bathroom is sophisticated and stylish with an embossed silver-and-bronze wall covering that complements the decorative mirror and light fixtures. Design by Trish Beaudet

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