Bathroom with Quartz Worktops Ideas and Designs
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Katie Monkhouse Interior Design
Margaret Austin Photography
Studio 28 Interiors Ltd
A bespoke double vanity unit with handle-less integrated storage below. The large wall mirror has de-mister pads behind to prevent the mirror steaming up. Wall mounted spouts and contemporary wall lights mounted onto the mirror add the perfect finishing touch
Martins Camisuli Architects
Photography by Alex Maguire Photography This house had been re built over the past 12 years. We were asked to redesign the attic to create a new master bedroom with a bathroom and a walk in wardrobe.
Robert Rhodes Architecture + Interiors
Bedwardine Road is our epic renovation and extension of a vast Victorian villa in Crystal Palace, south-east London. Traditional architectural details such as flat brick arches and a denticulated brickwork entablature on the rear elevation counterbalance a kitchen that feels like a New York loft, complete with a polished concrete floor, underfloor heating and floor to ceiling Crittall windows. Interiors details include as a hidden “jib” door that provides access to a dressing room and theatre lights in the master bathroom.
Design Wonders By MaryAnn
Designer: Honeycomb Home Design Photographer: Marcel Alain This new home features open beam ceilings and a ranch style feel with contemporary elements.
Patsy McEnroe Photography
Custom double vanity with perfect pull-out storage for hair products and organization! Photos by Chris Veith
Gardner/Fox Associates, Inc
After renovating their neutrally styled master bath Gardner/Fox helped their clients create this farmhouse-inspired master bathroom, with subtle modern undertones. The original room was dominated by a seldom-used soaking tub and shower stall. Now, the master bathroom includes a glass-enclosed shower, custom walnut double vanity, make-up vanity, linen storage, and a private toilet room.
Boyce Design and Contracting
This stunning master bath remodel is a place of peace and solitude from the soft muted hues of white, gray and blue to the luxurious deep soaking tub and shower area with a combination of multiple shower heads and body jets. The frameless glass shower enclosure furthers the open feel of the room, and showcases the shower’s glittering mosaic marble and polished nickel fixtures.
Down-to-studs remodel and second floor addition. The original house was a simple plain ranch house with a layout that didn’t function well for the family. We changed the house to a contemporary Mediterranean with an eclectic mix of details. Space was limited by City Planning requirements so an important aspect of the design was to optimize every bit of space, both inside and outside. The living space extends out to functional places in the back and front yards: a private shaded back yard and a sunny seating area in the front yard off the kitchen where neighbors can easily mingle with the family. A Japanese bath off the master bedroom upstairs overlooks a private roof deck which is screened from neighbors’ views by a trellis with plants growing from planter boxes and with lanterns hanging from a trellis above. Photography by Kurt Manley. https://saikleyarchitects.com/portfolio/modern-mediterranean/
A Minimal Modern Spa Bathroom completed by Storybook Interiors of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Classic Home Improvements
This bathroom has a beach theme going through it. Porcelain tile on the floor and white cabinetry make this space look luxurious and spa like! Photos by Preview First.
Cherry Lane Residence accessible guest bathroom. Construction by RisherMartin Fine Homes. Photography by Andrea Calo.
BUILT Design Collective
photo credit: Haris Kenjar Original Mission tile floor. Arteriors lighting. Newport Brass faucets. West Elm mirror. Victoria + Albert tub. caesarstone countertops custom tile bath surround
De Meza + Architecture
An Architect's bathroom added to the top floor of a beautiful home. Clean lines and cool colors are employed to create a perfect balance of soft and hard. Tile work and cabinetry provide great contrast and ground the space. Photographer: Dean Birinyi