More stories about bath

  • Bath: Common Ground

    While the kitchen is the top-floor living hub, the master bath is service central for lower-level sleeping quarters. To conserve space and energy, Olberding devised a smaller-scale bath that cleverly packs in laundry equipment and ample storage.

  • material witness

    A conventionally rugged material like stone doesn't usually play a lead role in a contemporary palette. But Davis wanted the house to blend into, rather than dominate, the wide-open landscape.

  • secret passage

    If guests didn't know about this 650-square-foot mezzanine, they'd never look for the discreet floor-to-ceiling pivot door that accesses the master suite and nursery. Step inside the private realm, and a travertine-clad bathroom reveals itself beyond. The

  • asian appeal

    An affinity for Japanese design united architect and clients and yielded this serene soaking space.

  • clear choice

    Like the kitchen, this master bath renovation looks like a million bucks but cost a fraction of that. A pared-down palette and tricks from tradesmen cut costs but not corners. It all started with the homeowner's request for a bigger window. Alter suggeste

  • pointed counterpoint

    The rejuvenated Brewhouse's hard-edged aesthetic is echoed in the bath, where polished surfaces stand in contrast to the chunky interior stone walls. Like the kitchen/living room relationship, the bath is largely open to the adjoining master bedroom.

  • long hall

    Designer, developer and homeowner Sean Bell works around multiple obstacles to design a bathroom for a Seattle home.

  • work out

    Incorporating commercial trends in the home kitchen is one thing, but Adamstein and Demetriou didn't stop there.

  • bachelor bath

    Troy Adams describes the client for this Los Angeles master bath remodel as “a dream customer” who gave him carte blanche to create a “cool spalike concept that was also masculine.”

  • austerity powers

    Normally, Kogan would have extended the rich wood floors from the rest of the house into the master bathroom, “but in this case,” he says, “the clients wanted sterile and extreme.” What they got was a polished, durable oasis of white Brazilian marble that nearly blankets the room without...