Bathroom Types in Photos

Browse photos of the different types of bathrooms, from spacious master baths to petite powder rooms.
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November 25, 2014

Photo By: Designer, Bruce Rosenblum

Photo By: Designer, Gail Drury

Photo By: Designer, Kenneth Brown

Photo By: Designer, Shane Inman

Photo By: Designer, Jennifer Jones

Photo By: Designer, Bonnie Sachs

Master Bathroom

Often designed to set a relaxing mood, the master bathroom is a full bath that adjoins to the master bedroom. In this master bath, designer Bruce Rosenblum used principles of feng shui to create fluidity throughout the space. He also incorporated natural elements, such as beach glass tile, to give the room a relaxing feel.

Contemporary Master Bathroom

Glass tiles, dark-stained wood and engineered-stone counters made to resemble concrete give this master bath a contemporary look and a spa-like feel. Design by Gail Drury in Glen Ellyn, Ill.

Full Bathroom

High-traffic spaces that often accommodate the whole family, full baths feature a tub, shower and ample storage. This clean and bright full bath is equipped with a large vanity that offers plenty of space to keep toiletries, plus open shelving above the tub to stow towels. Design by Gail Drury
From: Drury Design

Efficient Full Bathroom Layout

A shower/tub combo is a great space-saving feature for a full bathroom. This bathroom's shower and tub are enclosed with a frameless glass panel, making the space feel larger. The mirrored medicine cabinets provide extra storage space, while oversized lime-green glass tiles add pizzazz to the room. Design by Celia Berliner

Three-Quarter Bathroom

A three-quarter bath covers the basics: a toilet, sink and shower. Custom sconces and oversized crown molding add character to this three-quarter bath. Glass shower doors make the space feel open. Photo by Mayer and Bowden Photography. Design by Kenneth Brown

Three-Quarter Bathroom With Marble Tile

Floor-to-ceiling marble tile adds a touch of luxury to this three-quarter bath, while the frameless shower makes the space feel larger. The room also features a custom-designed vanity with tiled backsplash. Design by Shane Inman

Powder Room

Powder rooms may be small, but they can still make a big impact. The graphic wallpaper in this powder room adds dimension without overwhelming the space. Design by Jennifer Jones in San Francisco, Calif.

Mediterranean-Style Powder Room

This powder room has a Mediterranean feel and is visually appealing with different textures and vibrant colors. Design by Bonnie Sachs

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