The 20 Most Popular Bathroom Photos of 2018
Houzz users who saved bathroom photos they loved in 2018 were drawn to everything from daring wallpapered accent walls to clean, white tile. Here’s a countdown of the 20 most-saved bathroom photos of the year. Which bathroom ideas would you most want in your home?
The tub is the star of this Maryland bathroom. The team at Bethesda Builders framed the showpiece (Kohler’s Escale freestanding bathtub) with windows, giving the bright space a natural retreat vibe. In the foreground, luxurious white surfaces enhance the effect.
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With its muted blue cabinets, bright white quartz countertop and antiqued bronze mirrors, this Oregon bathroom balances farmhouse charm with clean, contemporary lines and colors. The teams at Adapt Design and Rockwood Cabinetry warmed the space with wood accents to counter the custom vanity (painted in Gibraltar by Sherwin-Williams), the subdued greenish-gray walls (Sherwin-Williams’ Sea Salt) and the textured shiplap (Sherwin-Williams’ Pure White).
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Vancouver, British Columbia-based design firm Kalu Interiorsignited an unexpected layer of energy in this bathroom by incorporating a sleek built-in fireplace above the modern freestanding tub. A mix of finishes elsewhere in the room — natural polished marble floor and wall tiles, basketweave tiled fireplace surround, metallic towel warmer — create contrast.
With its custom shower enclosure, brass fixtures, basketweave floor tiles and dramatic expanse of colorful wallpaper, this San Diego bathroom has a lot going on. The bold lines of the furniture and the softness of the lotus garden wallpaper work together to capture the adventurous spirit the homeowners were going for when they enlisted CM Natural Designs to dream up the one-of-a-kind space.
A minimum of frills doesn’t have to mean boring. This serene bathroom pairs a warm custom vanity in redwood salvaged from the project site with a gleaming countertop and tile. To protect the window tucked into the shower from water damage, the team from Jennifer Tulley Architects used a vinyl roll-down shade.
The claw-foot tub alone makes this posh bathroom stand out. Add in antique-style mirrors, sizable chandeliers, of-the-moment gray cabinets and a flood of natural light and the room is even more striking.
Utah-based design firm Studio McGee used a pair of distressed silver leaf mirrors and an antique brass double sconce set against a deep greenish-gray accent wall to make this bathroom feel open and airy.
The master bathroom addition in this 1930s Spanish-style home features a black-and-white color palette accented with pops of warm brass and natural wood. Touches like the patterned shower floor tile give the room even more personality. The team at Sato Architects sought to create a contemporary oasis without sacrificing historic charm.
From the peek of palm trees through the windows to the stacks of fluffy white towels, glass-enclosed shower and wood-look custom vanity, Coda Construction’s contemporary design exudes a relaxing spa vibe down to the last detail.
A wall clad in dark gray porcelain penny tile sets the scene in this Ohio bathroom. The detail carries over in the floor and niches of the oversize, multihead shower, while a dark vanity and gray floor anchor the room. The delicate chandelier that LEAN Home Remodeling incorporated above the freestanding tub adds an element of lightness.
This Celtic Custom Homesbathroom celebrates its farmhouse style with a healthy dose of white shiplap and an exposed timber beam overhead.
Signature Designs Kitchen & Bath transformed what was a compact corner bathroom into this sprawling full master, complete with a large walk-in closet. The double vanity area, framed in herringbone glass tile backsplash, was carved from the existing bedroom and closets. On the floor, understated hex marble tile adds dimension, while brass plumbing fixtures keep things feeling current.
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With just a narrow glass shower panel dividing the vanity area from the tub in this contemporary Australian bathroom, the room feels wide-open. Matte black fixtures, vessel sink, subtle gray herringbone wall tile and a burst of natural greenery in the corner give the bathroom by GIA Bathrooms & Kitchens a laid-back tranquility.
Creative bathroom tile treatments aren’t limited to shower surrounds, as this Nashville, Tennessee, bathroom by Grove Park Constructionproves. An eye-catching tile carpet ties into the dark cabinetry and mirror frame, giving the room a sense of balance and cohesion.
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The striking narrow vanity mirrors in this Illinois bathroom not only draw eyes to the soaring ceilings, they also echo the crisp lines seen above the bathtub and in other corners of the room. The project by Timber Trails Development Co. also features a custom vanity and a dramatic black chandelier.
Patterned tile like that seen in this Los Angeles bathroom has surged in popularity in recent months. Here, Soko Interior Design paired it with a contemporary freestanding tub, classic subway tile and a wood open shelf to create a space that’s both stylish and approachable.
Designer Jenna Sue describes the aesthetic of this guest bathroom as “natural romantic vintage boho.” And with the vintage-buffet-turned vanity, shiplap walls, wood details and tone-on-tone palette, she hit the rustic, ethereal style on the head.
Gold-framed mirrors, chrome faucets and brass-tone cabinet hardware blend seamlessly in this Los Angeles home designed by JDP Interiors.
This year’s most-saved bathroom photo embraces choices homeowners and pros are loving right now, such as the blue cabinetry and patterned cement tiles, while keeping other key elements timeless, such as the matte white shower tile. Etch Design Group upped the glamour with golden champagne vanity pulls, gold shower fixtures and a layout that lets the charming octagonal window shine.
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